Please peruse this site, all the pages and hopefully you will
see what we saw when we discovered Zoe Mountain.
Zoe Mountain is one of the most beautiful places I have
ever lived. In the beginning there were 120 head of cattle,
belonging to our neighbors and a whole lot of cow pods.....
and that's all. We both saw the potential. Ours was to
turn this beautiful mountain into a retreat for ministers.
Zoe Mountain is now available for YOUR dreams to
happen. I hope to instill in you YOUR potential for this
place. Your potential is limited only by your imagination.
Zoe Mountain Retreat has been a place for pastors,
evangelists, missionaries, teachers, and ministers of the
gospel to come for refreshing and restoration.
Whether you want it continue as a minister's retreat, a
quiet place for your home, a business opportunity, a
hunting retreat, or finally have that space you have
dreamed of for "home steading", "farming", a place where
the whole family can come for vacations or to rally your
family around with their own home, with 160 acres, the
possibilities are limitless and this is the place.
Zoe Mountain is a whole mountain with 160 fenced acres,
located on the Ozark Plateau. There are at least 3 pastures
on Zoe Mountain, for orchards, animals or building. The
top is 30-50 acres of pasture with the sides in gentle
sloping thick woods. The gentle slopes provide level places
for expanding living areas or dreaming potentials.
From the top of the mountain, looking South, the view is
as far as you can see. Looking to the North are more
mountains, (gentle rolling hills) full of lush woods and
Zoe Mountain will be excellent for the homesteader or
naturalist looking to do your own thing. There is room for
goats, chickens, cows, llamas, anything you want. The
gardening and building possibilities are endless.
A quiet place
Zoe Mountain Sunrise
He restoreth my soul; Psalms 23
|Our 36' motor home
on it's new concrete pad
"Come aside by yourselves....and rest a while"; Mark 6:31
|By the way, did I mention...."There are ALMOST NO mosquitoes on Zoe Mountain"?