Tucked away in the beautiful Ozark Mountains on Table Rock Lake is the city of Kimberling, a quaint, small town just outside of the much larger city of Branson, MO. This peaceful city may be on the smaller side, but it has a lot to offer those with a particular taste for a laid-back, outdoor type of lifestyle.
There are many reasons to consider buying a home in Kimberling City. One of the main reasons is simply because the area is so naturally stunning and surrounded by all kinds of trees, mountains, wildlife, and flowers. Kimberling is the home to many upscale lodges and log cabins which attract those with an appreciation for the great outdoors. For people who always wanted to live somewhere with abundant fishing opportunities, a large and gleaming lake as part of the city, towering, majestic mountains offering hunting, camping and hiking galore, and much more, Kimberling has it all. Many locals own boats and spend their weekends out on the lake.
Though a small town kind of life can be very alluring for many, the convenience of a larger city is often appreciated. Thankfully, Kimberling City is part of the larger Branson, MO area and just a quick half an hour drive from the bustling, thriving city with all of its shopping, theaters, restaurants, and nightlife. This makes Kimberling City a great place for buying a home since regular trips into Branson can be easily made without living right in the thick of Branson itself.
Though Kimberling City itself may not be the hottest spot in the U.S. for finding a lucrative career, its proximity to Branson makes it possible for families to enjoy a peaceful, tucked away existence and still travel to Branson for jobs in every field without a long commute.
The average home cost in Kimberling City is just under $170K, making it a very affordable place to start a family and buy a first time home, or buy a smaller place to retire and enjoy a more intimate, smaller town community. The communities in Kimberling City are diverse in age with lots of younger families, middle aged couples, and retirement age adults.
As the city of Branson, MO continues to grow in popularity among tourists and people moving to Missouri in general, Kimberling City will continue to experience new growth as well.