Driving down a quiet county road outside of a small country town, where one white farmhouse leads to another, one can get lost in the beauty of things. Sea's of freshly cut hay reach into the horizon as the smell swirls through the open windows in the truck. You come up on a slow moving tractor and maneuver around as the farmer raises his hand to say hello. A sharp turn in the highway indicates the nearing of your road, you turn in and immediately the sound of crunching gravel under the tires fills your ears. The shaded narrow road is a welcome feeling, you're almost home. Located near the sleepy small town of Alton, Missouri, Booker Pond is an 80 acre parcel that sits back off the corner of County Road 202. Mostly timber with scattered underbrush, whitetail deer, turkeys, and other Missouri game animals all call this incredible property home. A quaint little pond provides refreshment for the wildlife, as well as a calm and cool place to relax under the shade of the trees on a warm summer day. An old home stands sentry on the northern end of Booker Pond, weathered and worn by hundreds of seasons passed. Solar panels provide a little creature comfort, though the home is mostly unlivable in its current state and will likely need to be replaced. The possibilities for the beautiful property are truly endless, and in this day and age, peace of mind is more important than ever. What better way to find that than at home at Booker Pond?