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Vicky Crocker Realty is a top producing non franchised Real Estate office in the Mineral Area, that helps clients buy and sell property within St. Francois County and surrounding Counties. We are dedicated to achieving results and providing exceptional service. If you are in the market to buy or sell a home, we’ve helped hundreds of families reach their real estate goals.Whether you are buying or selling, contact us today 573-327-8300, we have full time agents eager to help you!

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Featured ProPerty oF the Week! #17096663 • $214,900

2109 Madison 244 FREdERiCKToWn Imagine yourself in this 3 bed, 1.5 bath home on Grounds Creek! Efficient layout featuring a spacious eat in kitchen that’s open to the adjoining living room. Valuable extra space is found in the mudroom & large separate laundry. Recent updates include fresh paint, vinyl flooring & doors. A newer Hardy wood furnace will keep utility bills exceptionally low. The home, 2 car detached garage & 35x70 pole barn with electric & water sit peacefully on 50+- acres with year round water. The property consists of open ground that could be used as pasture, and the remainder in hardwood/cedar forest offering superb hunting. A two acre food plot will keep the deer and turkey on the property as well.


We take our home design seriously. Just look at the dozens of television shows dedicated to home style, improvement and renovation. Remodeling has become big business, and not just out of necessity for homeowners. Rather we are choosing to update our homes to achieve a specific look and feel. Although designs and trends change over the years, most people will naturally prefer one particular design over another or maybe even a mix of a few.

TRusT The LocAL expeRTs

Your local interior designers are experts on home decor style, and they stay up to date on the latest trends. Their services can save you time, hassle and money in the long run. Most people assume they cannot afford a personal interior designer, but many actually charge rates that are quite reasonable and affordable. Although achieving a particular visual impact is the mainstay of interior designing, interior designers consider many factors that impact your comfort and safety. some of these

include lighting, space planning, organization and fire safety and codes, according to the American society of Interior Designers, as well as environmental impact. Be honest up front with your designer about your budget, priorities and personal style. They have likely handled projects similar to yours and are ready for your business.

hoMe DecoR sTYLes

educating yourself about the different home decor styles will help you identify your preferences. choosing your personal home decor style is important, because it sets the tone and atmosphere for your home life. Your style should be matched with colors and furniture pieces. This collaboration of carefully chosen color, fabric, furniture and art, as well as the small details, all contribute to the impact of the completed design. some of the primary design styles include coastal, Asian, contemporary, country, eclectic, english, shabby chic, traditional and ultra modern. consult with your local interior designer to see which styles match your personality.

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lassic French with a modern twist or country modern with touches of contemporary metal? It doesn’t matter which way your design arrow points as long as it ends with you feeling satisfied with your style.

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here are multiple reasons that your local furniture store is a great place to shop. Many of the businesses in your neck of the woods are owned by your neighbors and friends.

Not to mention, the quality products produced and sold by your local furniture shop can be second to none. There are multiple benefits of shopping locally, including the fact that your dollars can advance your community’s growth and help tap into your sense of community. Many local businesses can only survive with your consistent patronage, so make sure to chose local furniture and design services as often as possible.

LocaL EcoNoMy

Supporting local businesses puts money back into the area economy. That in turn improves the quality of life for every resident — including your family. In the long run, your business will mean more local jobs because independent local furniture businesses employ area residents to help them run their companies. Local retailers and distributors also carry a higher percentage of locally produced goods than chains, and that means americanmade products can easily make their way into your home.

QuaLITy ProducTS aNd SErvIcE

your local furniture business owners usually don’t mass produce their furniture, so the quality can be exceptional. They take

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the time and effort to truly create custom, well-crafted pieces such as popular outdoor wooden furniture or heavy, rich dining room tables. The owners also know the preferred styles of the locals. They

choose quality furniture that suits the local environment, such as coastal living or the countryside. Even if your style doesn’t fit the local flavor, they generally carry options for all tastes or can order

whatever pieces align with your preferences.


a lot of local furniture business owners are our neighbors, which means they invest their savings

and lives pursuing their american dream in your neighborhood. They play a key role in your community as they support local charities or serve on local boards. your support reinforces their efforts.


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Wine Country Homesites- Imagine building the home of your dreams in some of the most beautiful countryside Southeast Missouri has to offer. Wine Country Homesites is a new development located just minutes from Farmington in the heart of the peaceful, rolling hills of Missouri’s most awardwinning wineries. The gently-sloping terrain allows for a walk-out style construction. 360 degree views of the hills and woods are sure to make you feel like you are on vacation every time you pull into the drive. Your investment in a Wine Country Homesite will be protected by common sense building restrictions to assure the quality of your surroundings. Call Abe AuBuchon 573-631-0136 today for a personal tour of these beautiful properties!

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Ironton - $129,900

Park Hills - $135,500

2005 mobile home in private wooded setting on 11ish acres. Master bdrm suite with walk in closet, huge bath w/double sinks, garden tub and separate shower. Four bedrooms and bonus room could be a fifth! Formal living room, kitchen open to dining and family room with fireplace. Good view of the pond from the large windows and patio doors!

Newly renovated! New kitchen cabinetry and appliances; new flooring, some hardwood doors. Both baths have tub/shower combos and basement is plumbed for a bath. Attached garage with easy rear access.


Bonne Terre - $110,000 Well maintained, 2-story home built in 1915. Fresh paint, newer siding, furnace, air conditioning and water heater within the last 2-3 years. Original slate roof, fenced yard and wraparound porch. Large pantry, laundry on main level in half-bath. Walk-out basement, fenced back yard.




Farmington - $399,900

Farmington - $159,900

5 bdrm, 3.5 bath, ranch home on 1.1 acres. Hardwood floors, central vac, maple cabinets with granite counters, breakfast/ family room combo. Master suite has walk-in closet and 2 double closets, Jacuzzi tub, separate shower and double vanity. Lower level has 2 large bedrooms, family room, office, theater room and a full bath. 28x20 covered patio and sprinkler system

Totally remodeled in 2017; from the HVAC system, the dripirrigation septic system, new stainless-steel appliances, flooring and siding! Master bedroom with fireplace and half bath/laundry on the main floor. Upstairs are three more bedrooms. All on 2 acres!


Bismarck - $160,000 80-acre farm – very pretty, level acreage has fenced field. Some pasture and woods combined, wet weather creek runs through. Has been used for cattle and horses. Close to Buford Mountain wildlife area. Great hunting!!

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house filled with sunlight is cheery, warm and inviting — and it just makes us feel plain happy. natural light also reduces lighting energy consumption by 50 to 80 percent, according to the u.s. Green Building Council.

There are many ways to incorporate more light into your life. You just need to know where to look.


Windows and skylights are the most obvious ways to let natural light into our homes. of course, you need to consider any side effects of heat gain or loss and glare, but these can be controlled with energy-efficient glass. Your interior designer and contractor will consider placement and orientation in regards to how the windows relate to the sun’s movement. These simple strategies can help you enjoy the best of all worlds.

open ConCepT

The latest home trends favor open concept layouts. These larger spaces usually contain more and larger windows, so they are considerably lighter than older homes that often feature separated and enclosed rooms. open to some remodeling? Talk with your local construction experts about creating a design that takes out non-loadbearing walls to open up your place a bit. You can even add open-tread stairwells with an operable window or skylight at the top. These touches will provide a ray of new light throughout your home.

Blinds & CurTains

Blinds and curtains contribute to color, design and the overall look of a home. They also are important for privacy and safety. They also can control the amount and direction of natural light.

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Blinds come in a variety of materials, such as plastic or wood, and many colors and prices. There are vertical, horizontal and assorted pull down blinds.

Curtains are one of the finishing details of any room. some, such as sheers and valances, let in significant light to filter through, while others block out light

almost totally. With this kind of control, you can pick and choose when to brighten up your home.

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According to the U.S. Department of Energy, controlling moisture in a home can make the home more energy-efficient. Controlling moisture improves the effectiveness of air sealing and insulation, decreasing heating and cooling costs and helping to conserve energy as a result. The DOE notes that moisture problems can exist anywhere building components are below grade. This can include basements, crawlspaces and slab-on-grade foundations. Basements are notorious for moisture issues, but such problems can be prevented. Basement water leakage is most often the byproduct of water flowing through holes or cracks in the basement walls. Water also may wick into the cracks and pores of building materials such as masonry blocks, concrete or wood. Homeowners who suspect they have moisture problems in their basements should consult with a professional contractor, as the correct approach to fixing the issue may depend on a host of factors, including local climate, the style of construction and the existing insulation.

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Doe Run • $115,000 Drastic Price reduction!! Potential for Duplexes, storage Buildings or rental Houses. Nice 2 bedroom home with walk-out basement on 4 acres with two car attached garage, carport and two sheds for storage. Cozy and comfortable home with over 1600 sq feet of living area. Must see!




Bonne Terre • $199,900


Farmington • $437,775

A once-in-a-blue moon chance to own a unique home with 12 acres. Over 3,000 sq. ft. in this rambling ranch with plenty of wild life and greenery to view. Stunning setting!


Farmington • $139,900

Farmington • $69,900

Sprawling Mid Century Modern! Stunning views from this stunning home. Stone fireplace covers one whole wall. Kitchen looks out into the huge great room.

Home Sweet Home! Big Beautiful kitchen in this 3 bedroom brick ranch in established neighborhood.Wood Flooring throughout. Oversized 2 car garage. Corner lot. Covered 12x19 patio. Must see!

Super Cute and Super Affordable! Darling 2 bedroom bungalow in Farmington. Fenced back yard, detached garage & full basement Wood and laminate flooring thru-out. All appliances stay.




Farmington • $105,000

Seven Acres and 3 bedroom/2 bath modular home. Wooded acreage, wet weather creek and loads of wildllife! Convenient access to Hwy 67.


Park Hills • $93,900 Fantastic Investment property - 3 studio apartments, three 1 bedroom apartments, one 2 bedroom apt and 1 retail shop that could also be rented as an office.


Farmington • $27,500

Across from 18 hole Golf Course and St. Francois County Country Club is the Fabulous Village Green Subdivision. This 2 acre lot is on a cul-du-sac in the Farmington School District.


Desloge • $155,000

28 lots, platted & approved by city. City utilities available. Ready to start building.

Mary Hagan, GRI 573-701-1690 E-mail me at:

Farmington • $553,400

Frontage on Highway 67 and frontage and access on Flat River Road. Joins Farmington city limits. Utilities available. A natural for multiple uses. 8.47 acres more or less.


Farmington • $1,800,000

Historic Factory in Downtown Farmington - 75,000 Square Feet Modernized to house an indoor retail mall, several restaurants, hair salons, offices and banquet hall, elevator and ample parking.

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Farmington • $169,900

Super Neat and Clean Brick Ranch Style Home. Wood floors and open floor plan featured in this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with finished basement.

Mary Gilliam GRI, ABR 573-760-6480 E-mail me at:


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Desloge / $105,900

Farmington / $185,000

Bonne Terre / $389,900

Recently renovated 3 bedroom home with walk out basement. This brick home has old world charm and character along with many recent updates. The home has new central heat, air conditioning, all rewired including electrical box, new flooring in kitchen & bath and beautiful hardwood floors refinished in the remainder of the home.

You must see this spacious 5 bedroom, 3 bath home located in the well established neighborhood of Holiday Park! This lovely split level home has plenty of space for everyone and the layout provides ample storage through out. Upon arriving, you will be in awe of this beautiful brick front home with landscaping and attached 2 car over sized garage.

Beautiful two story home with detached garage and full basement. Entering the home the awesome 2 story entry (15x11) will take your breathe away along with the beautiful staircase. The main floor has a spacious kitchen with center island, pantry, separate dining room, den, hearth room with wood burning fireplace, large recreational room and main floor laundry.

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Bismarck / $152,500

Bismarck / $64,900

17067627 Bonne Terre / $429,900

MAKE OFFER! Looking for a business opportunity, look no further! 5,000+ square foot building previously operated as a bar, rental hall and liquor store. The property comes with new electric grill, double pizza oven, large smoker, 2 walk in coolers, new 6 burner gas cook stove, pool tables and much more. The property is currently licensed for alcohol and convenience store sales.

15 beautiful acres to build your new home. Every view from your new home will be picture perfect with amazing scenic view. This property is also great for horses, cattle, and other livestock.

This gorgeous custom-built home is conveniently located minutes from town and sits on 6+ acres! Enter the home and you immediately note the expansive ceilings. An abundance of windows, including transoms, surround you with natural light streaming off the handsome wood floors. The open floor plan includes a formal dining room and kitchen boasting custom stone work.

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Farmington / $169,900

Desloge / $55,000

Spacious home with 1890 sq feet on the main level which includes 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, family room, kitchen, separate dining room and all season room. Image the same square footage on the lower level where you will find an enormous recreational room, a large storage room and additional space for office or work out room.

Great opportunity to own a commercial building on corner lot in high traffic area!! This commercial property is all electric, has a bathroom that includes a shower and the parking area was recently paved. Don’t wait, CALL TODAY!!!

17056931 Terre du Lac / $229,000

Fabulous home on Lake Carmel in sought after Terre du Lac. If you are looking for a primary residence or a weekend get away home, call today to see this lake home on a double lot! Multiple families can enjoy time at the lake, as this home features 2 kitchens!! Walk out to the deck from your living room or master bedroom and relax and enjoy the awesome view.

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Farmington • $69,900

Affordable and Adorable! 2 Bedroom home charmer. Freshly painted interior. Wood floors. Insulated garage for storage or workshop has lean-to for more storage. Move-in ready home!


Park Hills • $145,000

Home Sweet Home! Story and half 3 bedroom/2 bath home on 2 acres. Main floor bath is updated with jetted tub plus walk-in shower. Open kitchen and living area. Center island/ breakfast bar. Wood flooring. Adorable and comfy home.



Park Hills • $44,900

Centerville • $139,900

Farmington • $124,800

Excellent Buy! Three bedroom home in Central School District. Attached garage, corner lot and priced to sell quickly. Whether looking for an investment home or looking for affordable place to call home, this is a must see.

Three bedroom, 2.5 bath home with rental/guest house. Wood flooring in the kitchen and dining rooms, newer roof, woodburning insert in fireplace, basement, main floor laundry and 11/2 Acre behind the home has frontage on the West Fork of Black River.

Brick 4 bedroom/2 bath home, barn with stalls plus 2+ car garage on almost 5 acres. Nice hobby farm that is fenced and cross fenced with 2 stocked ponds. Fresh pears right off the tree!



$549,000 • 14003877

$67,500 • 14022340

Fantastic location! Subdivision has city utilities, paved streets, and superbly located between two golf courses. Several lots available.

Unique find! 61 Wooded acres full of deer & turkey. Nice pavilion next to the private 17 acre spring fed lake. Electric on property plus an old well. Gorgeous building sites on this property.

Hunting, trail riding by horse or 4 wheeler, marketable timber plus many good building sites. 41.6 Acres...wooded with rolling hills.

Farmington $35,000• 16078650

Park Hills $6,000 • 17048238

Country Subdivision but not far from town. Perfect for equestrian enthusists. Property owners enjoy the common ground lake and riding trails. Beautiful site for your beautiful home!

Building lot - Ready for construction! Double lot. Priced to sell quick at just $6,000.

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Park Hills $130,000 • 17048246 80 Acres in St Francois County. Wooded property. Excellent hunting ground or fantastic building site. Central School District. Call for directions.

$13,000 • 16002006 Great price for 3 lots in a fantastic location! Excellent investment opportunity.

Park Hills $15,500 • 17067381

Park Hills $13,000 • 16044462

One of the few lots available in the Central School district. Perfect for a single family home. Investors, this lot would work well for a duplex.

Beautiful wooded lot in great country subdivision. 5 acres m/l semi-private.

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Serving several purposes, your vanity can come in many styles, colors and finishes. Pick out one that goes with the overall style of your entire bathroom while taking into account existing space and design work.


one budget-friendly option is to redo your existing vanity or a stock vanity by painting it and adding new hardware. Repurposing an old dresser into a vanity will add a vintage element and save money. For an unexpected bathroom vanity design, think outside the box. old work benches can even be converted into vanities. An open vanity in an unexpected color lends personality to a modern bathroom design. A wide variety of vanities are available at your local home improvement store. Choose one that speaks to your tastes.

SinkS & CounteRtoPS

You can’t have a great-looking vanity without a fully functional sink and beautiful countertop. For optimal usage, work with your contractor to add a double sink to your vanity — especially in the master bath-

room. this provides more space and functionality and can even allow you to place a makeup station between the sinks for separate and additional grooming space. As for style, the look of your countertop, sink and faucet is up to you. the choices for bathroom countertops include marble, granite, quartz and laminate. under-mount sinks disappear into the vanity for a modern look. Again, work with your local interior designer or home contracting expert to incorporate the best vanity for your space and style.

otheR ConSideRAtionS

A basic and practical addition to most vanities is the mirror above it. Large mirrors reflect natural light and make a room seem even more spacious. they come in a multitude of shapes, sizes and finishes. You can add storage to your vanity area by hanging a surface-mount medicine cabinet with a mirror. Vanities come in styles with drawers and shelving. Baskets on top can add additional storage. Creatively mix textures such as wood, marble and glass, as well as color, in your vanity area to create that special place to get ready in the morning.

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our bathroom vanity can be the first thing you see upon entering your bathroom, so its design and functionality are important.


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popular home decor trend is bringing nature back into the design of your entire house. it is not a new concept, however. humans have always loved the peace and comfort of nature.

There are multiple ways to welcome the outdoors into your home improvement project or new build design.


Choosing natural materials that go with your personal home decor style is the first consideration. Your local interior designer and home improvement experts can help you design your room around natural elements that appeal to your style. Natural materials can be used in almost every aspect of building or redesigning your home. Wood and brick are common for building. Cotton is a favorite for bedding and leather for furniture. Quartz and granite are good materials for countertops. Wood is still one of the most versatile elements, coming in a variety of finishes, species and applications. it also can be reclaimed and refinished from older buildings. if natural materials are too expensive for your budget, there are pre-engineered, laminate and veneer stone applications that offer the look of nature.

PlaNTs & VegeTaTioN

Plants and flowers are easy and relatively inexpensive natural additions to any home design. Many different varieties of plants and flowers can be grown indoors. a lot of potted plants and flowers need minimum care on our part, but their benefits to us are many.

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Plants filter the air we breathe while adding a living and colorful dimension to our design. Your local nursery or home improvement store will have many choices of plants and colors. This should be the fun part of your design.

ing. oTher NaTural on beautiful, sunny days, eleMeNTs mon way of letting more open the curtains on those sunlight is often overnatural light into your home. windows and let the sun and looked, but it is one of the Your local contractor and fresh air stream in to your easiest, cheapest and most architect can strategically home. beautiful natural elements. add ors place windows Natural daylighting is cheerful almost anywhere you desire and can change the mood of when building or renovatany space. adding windows is a com-

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#18006135 • 8033 Hwy M • MARQUAND

#18004504 • 106 Court Square • FREDERICKTOWN

3 bed, 2 bath home with a ton of modern updates while keeping the charm and character of days past. Main floor includes kitchen, master suite, additional bath, family, living room & laundry with 2 bedrooms upstairs. Newer water heater, HVAC & Hardy wood furnace. Relax outside on the wrap around porch and enjoy the beautifully landscaped yard or watch the cattle graze in the pasture. A 2 car detached garage, 24x40 workshop/man cave with 12’ lean-to & multiple sheds make room for your projects & storage. The farm includes 25+- acres pasture, 30x40 pole barn, additional well, waterer & spring. Property has frontage on Big & Little Creek with year round water. Paved road frontage and a short drive from Castor River, Clearwater, Wappapello & National Forest.

$102,900 This high visibility and traffic location will suit business owners or investor with endless options. Property offers two main street retail/ office spaces & two large 2-BR 1 bath apartments upstairs. Apartments feature spacious rooms with tons of storage & central HVAC. Some updates include newer windows, oak cabinets and countertops. Private parking also available from alley access. Three of the four units are turnkey and ready to start returning on your investment!



#16079672 • Tract 4 Hwy F & 72 • FREDERICKTOWN




14 acre wooded hunting/recreational tract adjoining National Forest in the Higdon/Seven Mile Ridge Area. Perfect for building a cabin and setting up camp with thousands of acres of public land right out your back door. Small tracts like this are hard to find so don’t miss this opportunity!

12 acres joining the city limits of Fredericktown. Frontage on Hwy 72 & Cap America Dr. All utilities on site or near by. Lots of potential for multi family or commercial use. Owner may divide, additional land available.

5.880 acre wooded tract with light restrictions. 1 single family residence, 1000 Sq. ft. minimum living area, shop houses and newer manufactured home on permanent foundation OK. Nice wooded setting only 5 miles from town. Tracts like this are hard to find so don’t miss out!

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50 +/- ACRES / 35x70 POLE BARN #17096663 • 2109 Madison 244 • FREDERICKTOWN

Imagine yourself in this 3 bed, 1.5 bath home on Grounds Creek! Efficient layout featuring a spacious eat in kitchen that’s open to the adjoining living room. Valuable extra space is found in the mudroom & large separate laundry. Recent updates include fresh paint, vinyl flooring & doors. A newer Hardy wood furnace will keep utility bills exceptionally low. The home, 2 car detached garage & 35x70 pole barn with electric & water sit peacefully on 50+- acres with year round water. The property consists of open ground that could be used as pasture, and the remainder in hardwood/cedar forest offering superb hunting. A two acre food plot will keep the deer and turkey on the property as well.

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