On the Market: Nearly 100 acres in the city

Eric Olson, SBJ EditorA $10 million, 94-acre parcel in south Springfield hit the real estate market this month.

The roughly L-shaped property wraps around the Sam’s Club and Academy Sports in James River Commons at South Campbell Avenue and James River Freeway. It also abuts the Springfield-Greene County Library Center property and fronts Campbell at the northwest corner of Weaver Road, where highway contractors are moving the intersection several feet to the north.

Listing agent Wally Nattinger of Coldwell Banker Commercial claims the property is the largest contiguous acreage available in the city limits. He just might be right.

100 acres for sale

The property fronts Campbell Avenue, between Weaver Road and James River Commons.

Another recent high-dollar land listing is the 17 acres at Battlefield Road and U.S. Highway 65, next to Jack Henry & Associates’ $9 million campus in east Springfield. That property hit the market in late 2010, and it’s still available, according to Plaza Realty & Management Services Inc.

Agent Lee McLean II originally listed the parcel at roughly $6 million, or nearly $350,000.

Nattinger’s listing in south Springfield, a largely wooded property, is priced at $107,009 per acre and is owned by the Ward Branch Trust, according to the Greene County assessor.

It is currently zoned single-family residential and sits adjacent to Iron Bridge subdivision.

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