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Welcome to Circle H Homestead, a place where the genuine care and love of its devoted owners resonate in every corner. A sprawling 28 +/- acre property featuring a beautifully remodeled custom manufactured home with a rustic log cabin addition to the north, vaulted ceilings that capture the essence overlooking the beautiful McKay Creek frontage. The property includes wheel line irrigation acres, a hay barn, corral, RV hookup, wood heated shop, and an outdoor patio with a relaxing hot tub. As you explore, you'll find that the details reflect not just meticulous design but a history of personal touches. Not far from the property is the town of Pilot Rock, where you will find a small community atmosphere with multiple stores, a gas station, excellent schools, and local services. This is more than a property; it's a home that has been cherished and thoughtfully improved over the years. From the cozy interiors to the practical conveniences, Circle H Homestead is a testament to a life well-lived, ready to offer comfort and warmth to its new owners. Welcome to a home that truly feels like home. ** An additional 118 +/- acres of vacant land featuring a homesite, adjoins this property to the south. For more details on this adjacent acreage, you can visit the Whitney Land Company website under "McKay Creek Buildable Acreage," or contact the Whitney Land Company office for additional information.** 46233 McKay Creek Road Pilot Rock, OR 97868 Map & Tax Lot: 1S33-00-05300 Account Numbers: 106010 1S33-00-05300 Account Numbers: 146264 Acres: 28.25 +/- Acres Zoned: AG-2 2023 Taxes: $1,534.90 Jurisdiction: CTUIR-Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Near By Towns: Pilot Rock, OR- 8 +/- Miles Pendleton, OR- 18 +/- Miles Hermiston, OR- 45 +/- Miles Tri-Cities, WA- 86 +/- Miles Portland, OR- 226 +/- Miles Boise, ID- 230 +/- Miles Access: Access to the property is from McKay Creek Road, a County maintained gravel road approximately 8 miles East of Pilot Rock, OR. Homesite: Circle H Homestead isn't just a property; it's a testament to years of care and love from its dedicated sellers. The meticulous attention to detail shines through in every corner of this home, a reflection of the passion and craftsmanship poured into its custom work. Each feature tells a story of thoughtful care and pride, making this not just a house but a cherished home, ready to embrace its new owners with the same warmth and character that has defined it through the years. 1986- Brand-Guerdon Model-Kingswood 1,404 +/- Sq. ft. 3-bed, 2-bath North Log Addition- Two Stories 796+/- Sq. ft. and loft has 624 +/- Sq. ft. The addition boasts a double-sided gas fireplace with beautiful hardwood floors, a distinctive brass step bar, and an entertainment space creating a cozy and stylish ambiance. Additionally, it includes a loft with a pool table and expansive views, adding a recreational and visually captivating element to the space. The vaulted ceilings in the addition add a touch of elegance, while the enclosed mudroom entrance enhances practicality. The heart of the home, the kitchen and bathrooms, have been updated, marrying modern convenience with classic charm. A brand-new pellet stove aids in the help of heating the home throughout. Step outside onto the concrete patio to the north, ideal for entertaining or simply enjoying the beautiful surroundings. A covered porch and overhang provide the perfect spots to unwind and take in the beauty of Circle H Homestead. Local Area Utilities: Electrical-Umatilla Electric Co-op Propane- Morrow County Grain Growers Garbage- Eastern Oregon Waste Management A phone landline would be the primary source of contact. No to limited LTE service is located at the home site. Wi-Fi: W-Tech link provides 4 Mbps or 8 Mbps plans in that area. Current monthly rates are $39 +/- per month for 4 Mbps and $63 +/- for 8 Mbps. Buyer to do own Due Diligence as to a service charge for bringing Wi-Fi to the home site. (If any). Water: 1- Creek; McKay Creek 2- Wells; 1-Domestic, 1-Irrigation Domestic Water Source: The domestic water is supplied from a well drilled on the property. The depth of the well is unknown. Static water level: Unknown. Gallons per minute: Unknown. There is currently no well log found for the domestic water source. Irrigation well: The supplemental irrigation well water is supplied from a well drilled on the property. The depth of the well is 175’. Static water level: 13’ Gallons per minute: 500+/- Varies on depth. The irrigation well is serviced by a 20 hp variable Frequency Drive pump. The pump was installed in 2017. Water Rights: The property has both primary certificated water rights with a priority date of 1979 and supplemental permitted water rights with priority date of 2015. These rights are for both surface and ground rights. Buyer to work with the Umatilla County Water Master as part of their Due Diligence on any and all water right findings associated with the property. Seller, The Whitney Land Company, or Real Estate Brokers make no representation as to the condition or ready and able use of any and all water rights related to the property. Under Oregon law, all water is publicly owned. With some exceptions, cities, farmers, factory owners, and other users must obtain a permit or water right from the Water Resources Department to use water from any source— whether it is underground, or from lakes or streams. Landowners with water flowing past, through, or under their property do not automatically have the right to use that water without a permit from the Department. With some exceptions, cities, irrigators, businesses, and other water users must obtain a permit or license from the Water Resources Department to use water from any source - whether it is underground, or from lakes or streams. Oregon's water laws are based on the principle of prior appropriation. This means the first person to obtain a water right on a stream is the last to be shut off during low streamflows. In water-short times, the water right holder with the oldest date of priority can demand the water specified in their water right without regard for the needs of junior users. If there is a surplus beyond what is necessary to fulfill the senior right, the water right holder with the next oldest priority date can take what is available to satisfy needs under their right. This continues down the line until there is no surplus or until all rights are satisfied. The date of application for a permit to use water usually becomes the priority date of the right. 2023 Operation: Primarily used as a hay operation. 25 +/- acres have been utilized to produce a variety of forage crops. Currently the fields are planted as follows: Orchard Grass- 25 +/- Acres Average year for the farm is 3-cuttings for a total of 6+/- tons to the acre. First cutting usually is after Memorial Day. Historically, the Seller has leased out the operation to a local farmer on an annual basis. Currently there is no lease in place for the 2024 crop year. Grazing: The owners have used the acreage for 10 to 20- cow/calf pairs for a five-month grazing period during the spring and summer months. Additional pasture was used with this property to aid in feeding. It is recommended Buyer do their own due diligence as to the correct stocking rate for the property. Pasture/Topography: The Property is primarily flat usable bottom ground as you would see next to a creek. Boundary Fencing: The property boundary is fenced with cross-fencing in spots on the property; Buyers are to do their Due Diligence to their own satisfaction with existing fences and boundary lines. Surrounding bordering land: The property is bordered to the North, South, and East by private landowners. The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation own to the West border. Wildlife: The property owners have seen a variety of wildlife on the property, including deer, elk, cougar, fox, coyotes, turkeys, and grouse. The owner speaks of the wildlife activity as one of the main joys of the property. "You are far enough out from town, and with the McKay creek below the property and natural spring ponds up the canyon, you see a bit of everything! It is beautiful and fun." Landowner Preference Tags: The property does not qualify for LOP tags as it does not meet the minimum acreage requirements provided from Oregon Fish and Wildlife. Nearby Recreation- (Additional Public Hunting and Fishing) McKay Reservoir: McKay Dam is located on McKay Creek, about 12 miles from the property in-between Pilot Rock and Pendleton. It was constructed to furnish a supplementary supply of water to Stanfield and Westland Irrigation Districts. This 1,200-acre reservoir permits fishing from Mar. 1 through Sept. 30. Available species include Rainbow Trout, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Sunfish, and Yellow Perch. Umatilla National Forest: Not far south from Pilot Rock, OR is the Umatilla National Forest, where you will find miles of forest roads that can be used to travel up to Ukiah, OR, and or beyond. The Umatilla National Forest is known for its wildlife and endless recreation, from wild mushroom or huckleberry picking, to the many hunting spots the public uses. Indian Lake: Indian Lake (Lake Hiyúumptipin)is operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and is located not far southeast of the property on the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Lake Hiyúumptipin (which translates as "grizzly bear devouring") offers a relaxing atmosphere to camp, picnic, fish, and or boat in the Blue Mountains southeast of Pilot Rock, OR. At an elevation of 4,200 feet, the Indian Lake Recreation Area lies near the crest of the Blue Mountains. Buyers must do their due diligence into licenses required by the tribe to fish and camp there.
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Found high in the hills of northeastern Oregon and near the headwaters of Coyote Creek by the small town of Tollgate, 30 +/- acres of mixed conifer stands provides a great opportunity to own an excellent timber tract. Owned by the same family for the past 60+ years and professionally managed throughout, this property has provided many hours of leisure mountain recreation while providing a return on investment. Timber management history, provided enhancements, and preservation of wildlife habitat, while logging and thinning, has improved the long-term forest health and vigor. Surrounded by Hancock Forest Management land on three sides and by other private and United States Forest Service land on the fourth side, the area is managed primarily for timber production. The tract lies on a relatively gentle west- facing slope above the North Fork of Coyote Creek. The land in this area is a series of low ridges and benches with deep soil and wet meadows. A natural spring provides an elk wallow on the property adding to the wildlife habitat. In 2017, approximately 1/3 of the timber tract was commercially sanitation logged for pest or disease control, while another 1/3 of the property was thinned for health management. The remaining 1/3 portion of the property has not been logged since just after World War II and currently has a good stand of merchantable timber. In 2021 approximately 1600 Larch and 700 Douglas Fir trees were replanted and continue to grow with a management plan in place. Identification: 3N 3700-00-00300 Account #120636 Location: Located near Tollgate, OR in the Coyote Creek Watershed area at the headwaters of Coyote Creek and southeast of McDougall Camp in Umatilla County. Access: The property is accessed primarily by USFS 3719, Coyote Ridge Road, and USFS 3718 Road, and are all weather gravel and rocked roads. There is a locked Forest Service gate that is approximately a quarter to a half mile from the property that stops general access driving into the area/property. Distances to other cities: Tollgate, OR - 3 +/- Miles Walla Walla, WA- 39 +/- Miles Pendleton, OR- 42 +/- Miles Acreage: 30.00 +/- Acres Improvements: There are no improvements on this property. Power-Water: There is no power present on this parcel. There is an elk wallow spring on this parcel not for human consumption. Terrain: The tract lies on a relatively gentle west-facing slope above the North Fork of Coyote Creek. The land in this area is a series of low ridges and benches with deep soil and wet meadows. Fencing: The property is not fenced. Recreation: Berry picking, Mushroom hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, camping, and hunting. Nearby there is Spout Springs ski area. Tollgate is known to many in the winter months for the miles of snowmobile trails that are groomed for local pleasure. Hunting: The varied habitat provides good forage and cover for big game, birds, and small mammals. Taxes: $55.76 Zoning: Grazing, Forest Soils: The major soil type is Limberjim-Syrupcreek complex, 0 to 15 percent slopes. Elevation & Rainfall: Elevation: 4,000 to 5,240 feet. Mean annual precipitation: 25 to 32 inches. Mean annual air temperature: 41 to 45 degrees F. Frost-free period: 70 to 100 days. County History: Umatilla County was created on September 27, 1862, out of a portion of Wasco County. Umatilla is an Indian term meaning "rippling water" or "water rippling over sand" and has provided the name both for the county and its major river. Lewis and Clark and pioneers traveling the Oregon Trail passed through the area. The gold rush of 1862 brought miners and stock raisers to the mountains and grasslands of Umatilla County. The county expanded after the coming of the railroad in 1881 and the area was open to the development of dry land wheat farming. The fertile land of Umatilla County gives a strongly agricultural base to the county's economy. Fruit, grain, timber, cattle, and sheep are important agricultural products. Recreation, primarily in the Blue Mountains, and tourism, most notably for the annual Pendleton Round-Up rodeo, are also important to the local economy. Mixed conifers on the property include: Grand Fir, Engelmann Spruce, Douglas Fir, Ponderosa Pine, and Western Larch. The 1950’s logging removed most of the Spruce, Douglas Fir, Pine and Larch. The new planting is intended to re-establish the natural balance.
Linn County - 26687 Pickett Lane, Lot#WP001, Sweet Home, OR
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Baker County - Baker City, OR
The Bowen Valley Ranch is located a couple miles South of Baker City, Oregon. Noteworthy, this ranch is close to town yet completely hidden from the city. Consisting of 483 acres, a combination of parcels include the Powder River, irrigated meadows and rolling sagebrush rangeland. The property is currently leased and imparts favorable opportunities for livestock. Water is consistent, soils are productive and views are noteworthy. Water is supplied through a combination of primary and supplemental water rights. All flood irrigation. The land has been in the family for many decades. There are approximately 203 acres of primary water rights and 165 acres of supplemental rights. Of note the ranch can utilize 128.7 acres of these supplemental rights from Phillips Reservoir “stored water” enabling a consistent water supply source throughout the growing season on most years. A ,2688 sq. ft. machine shed with power currently exists on the ranch. Sellers have received approval for three “Lot of Record’s” with the Baker County Planning department to allow for dwelling’s to be located on the property. Direct year-round access from Highway 7 provides the opportunity for peaceful country living with the luxury of shopping, health care and schools minutes away. If you are looking for a ranch with multiple home sites “pending county approval” with good views, productive soils and stored water rights, this property will certainly get your attention. **** The primary water rights totaling 203 acres are as follows: 145.9 acres of Powder River rights and 57.4 from Creeks and streams. The supplemental stored reservoir acres of water rights are 128.7 acres Phillis Reservoir with additional 36.4 acres of supplemental rights from creeks. These acres are not considered additional acres of water right acres but supplement the primary right acres they are associated with.
Klamath County - Swan Lake Road, Klamath Falls, OR
Premium Bird And Wildlife Conservation Land
Coos County - 63232 Flanasgan Road, Lot#WP001, Coos Bay, OR
Two Tiny-Home Cabins Overlooking The Bay
Umatilla County - 124 S Main St, Pendleton, OR
Prime retail location now available in one of Pendleton's main retail hubs. The building was renovated in 2018 with many improvements to include new HVAC, Power/ADA accessible doors, LED lighting, ACT ceiling, resurfaced facade and newly engineered parking lot. With Main St. frontage, this space is highly visible and has great income potential. Parking is available on site as well as street and cross-street parking for easy access. There is high local and surrounding consumer demand for a retail department store. Over 15,000 cars per day on nearby Dorion Ave. Lease Type: Modified Gross Term: Negotiable Rental Rate: $5.52/SF/YR or $7,820/Month Minimum Divisible: 10,000 SF Property Type: Retail Year Built/Renovated: 1906/2018
Douglas County - 0 Tiller Trail Hwy, Tiller, OR
160 buildable acres with abundant wildlife and water sources. Several level build sites and includes a small, off-grid hunting cabin. Replanted in 2019. Multiple springs and two branches of Elk Creek run through the property. Gated property with easy access from Hwy 227.
Umatilla County - 71083 Arabian Drive, Pendleton, OR
MUST SELL DUE TO MEDICAL ISSUES! HORSE PROPERTY-MINI RANCH. Imagine having your horse in your backyard with your own 48'x110' riding arena. Well, you can with this 4+ acre property overlooking McKay Reservoir and the valley! This property gives you the opportunity to ride safely on your own horse, raise your own beef, have fresh eggs. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2,390 sf(m/l), one level ranch style home which includes a large primary suite. 2 electric furnaces and A/C units plus the economy of 2 pellet stoves. 40'x60' barn with electricity and 4 matted stalls. 3 additional noble stalls with a feed room also with electricity and matted. This property also boasts a 20'x20' metal storage building, and additional 10'x16' insulated and heated building with 2 sinks with hot/cold running water. This building was originally used as a milk house for dairy goats (storage or other use). This property is Co-Listed with Cari Volger/CB Farley Company 541-377-5058
Umatilla County - Pendleton, OR
Rare opportunity to have your choice of potentially buildable acreage properties in the Pendleton and Cayuse areas. All of which have Blue Mountain foothill views. Some have adjacent power, while others will take varying efforts to obtain it. Parcel sizes from 22 acres to 81 acres range in price from $95,000 to $260,000. All have some tillable soil.
Umatilla County - 67794 Hwy 395 S, Pendleton, OR
East Birch Irrigated Property Price: $999,000 Overview: Discover the notable East Birch Irrigated Property, a turn-key operation located on 100.25 +/- deeded acres just north of Pilot Rock, OR. Impressive water rights from East Birch Creek and an irrigation well allow water distribution throughout the irrigated production acres to grow various forage crops annually. This contiguous tract has been owned, developed, and operated by the same family for the past decade. The property features two houses, irrigated acres supporting diverse forage crops, rangeland, and two waterways that meander through the middle of the property. The hay ground stands as a testament to the property's exceptional attributes, providing a profitable return on investment. Enjoy the benefits of rural living and abundant wildlife within easy reach of Pilot Rock—a small timber town offering a close-knit community, various stores, a gas station, excellent schools, and local services. 67794 Hwy 395 S Pendleton, OR 97801 Map & Tax Lot: 1N 32-00-014600 Account Numbers: 118059 Acres: 100.25 +/- Acres Zoned: EFU FEMA Flood Zone: Yes 2022 Taxes: $3,643.35 Jurisdiction: Umatilla County, OR Near By Towns: Pilot Rock, OR- 3+/- Miles Pendleton, OR- 12 +/- Miles Hermiston, OR- 39 +/- Miles Tri-Cities, WA- 81 +/- Miles Portland, OR- 220 +/- Miles Boise, ID- 234 +/- Miles Access: Access to the property is from Hwy 395 South down a long private gravel road approximately 3 miles North of Pilot Rock, OR. Homesite: Main House: 1999 Fuqua Triple Wide- 1,820 +/- SqFt; 3bd-2bth w/garage The main house has been well taken care of, with multiple updates. Enjoy the patio decking to the north of the house that overlooks the property. The main house's front yard is landscaped in a hybrid English Garden style with various medicinal herbs, edible fruits, and berries. The side and backyard were designed with the homesteader in mind, with many raised beds watered by drip irrigation for vegetable gardening. A detached two-car garage is also south of the main house, adding additional storage and somewhere to park a car. Newer Updates: -Vinyl flooring -Tile in the bathroom and kitchen -Forced air throughout-new Furnace and AC unit -New water softener -New PEX plumbing on the west side from laundry room to bathroom. -Plumbed propane for both fireplace insert and behind the range in the kitchen -New on-demand tankless water heater -Drip Irrigation for flower/vegetable beds Second Older House: 1930 Stick built 1,100 +/- SqFt; 2bd- 1bth House The older second house on the property embodies the classic charm of a 1930s 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom bungalow, characterized by its beautiful wooden floors, elegant baseboards, and large windows offering views of the estate. Equipped with electric baseboard heat, an electric hot water heater, and a propane gas heating stove, the house also features a built-in hallway cabinet and a newer metal roof. While historically utilized as an office or multi-purpose space, it requires some attention. The foundation in the southwest corner has incurred damage, and the overall interior requires some repair and modernization to restore full functionality. Adjacent to the second older house lies the shared backyard with the main house, which has an irrigated orchard producing peach, cherry, plum, apple, and medlar fruit trees, further enhancing the property's appeal. Local Area Utilities: -Electrical-Pacific Power -3-Phase power is at the property. Seller estimates power bill during the Irrigation months May-Sept. is usually $5k-$8k. The remaining power costs are $50-$100 in the off-season. -Propane- Morrow County Grain Growers -Two tanks are present on the property. One 500-gallon tank services the triple wide and one 250-gallon tank for the older house. It’s estimated that each tank is filled annually. -Garbage- Eastern Oregon Waste Management -Cell Service- Covered and available -Wi-Fi: Pendleton Fiber Optic or Windwave- Buyer to do own Due Diligence as to a service charge for bringing Wi-Fi to the home site. (If any). Water: 2- Creeks; East Birch Creek, Stewart Creek 2- Wells; 1-Domestic, 1-Irrigation Domestic Water Source: The domestic water is supplied from a Well drilled on the property. The depth of the well is 105’. Static water level: 29’ Gallons per minute: 75 +/- This well has been shocked by the sellers annually. Irrigation well: The supplemental irrigation well water is supplied from a Well drilled on the property. The depth of the well is 450’. Static water level: 28’ Gallons per minute: 1,000+/- Varies on depth. The irrigation well received a new 60hp pump in 2020 with a variable frequency drive to aid in control over flow output. Natural Springs: The property has three natural springs on the southwest portion that produce sufficient water to help aid in riparian wildlife habitat and clean water for livestock in the summer months. Water Rights: The property has both primary certificated water rights with a priority date of 1890’ and supplemental permitted water rights with a priority date of 2005. These rights are for both surface and ground rights. Buyer to work with the Umatilla County Water Master as part of their Due Diligence on any and all water right findings associated with the property. Seller. The Whitney Land Company or Real Estate Brokers make no representation as to the condition or ready and able use of any and all water rights related to the property. Under Oregon law, all water is publicly owned. With some exceptions, cities, farmers, factory owners, and other users must obtain a permit or water right from the Water Resources Department to use water from any source— whether it is underground or from lakes or streams. Landowners with water flowing past, through, or under their property do not automatically have the right to use that water without a permit from the Department. With some exceptions, cities, irrigators, businesses, and other water users must obtain a permit or license from the Water Resources Department to use water from any source - whether it is underground or from lakes or streams. Oregon's water laws are based on the principle of prior appropriation. This means the first person to obtain a water right on a stream is the last to be shut off during low streamflows. In water-short times, the water right holder with the oldest date of priority can demand the water specified in their water right without regard for the needs of junior users. If there is a surplus beyond what is necessary to fulfill the senior right, the water right holder with the next oldest priority date can take what is available to satisfy needs under their right. This continues down the line until there is no surplus or until all rights are satisfied. The date of application for a permit to use water usually becomes the priority date of the right. United States Department of Agriculture-Farm Service Agency: Production Acres: Farm-5289 Tract-11390 According to the United States Department of Agriculture-Farm Service Agency, form 156EZ indicates the property has 75.73 Tract Cropland Acres. Historically, the Seller has used the property for range production for livestock grazing. 2023 Operation: Primarily used as a hay operation. 75 +/- acres have been utilized to produce a variety of forage crops. Currently, the fields are planted as follows: Pure Alfalfa- 12 +/- Acres Pure Orchard Grass- 18 +/- Acres Mix of both Alfalfa & Orchard Grass- 33+/- Acres Fallow- 12 +/- Acres (West side)- usually grain hay. But not seeded for 2023. The average year for the farm is three cuttings for a total of 6+/- tons to the acre. The first cutting usually is after Memorial Day. Currently, the Seller is responsible for all aspects of the operation, including irrigation, spraying, fertilizer, etc. Then the Seller has the hay custom cut and bailed by a local farmer. The typical fertilizer that is applied for all the acres is approximately 6.5 tons (13,500 lbs) or about $6,500.00 annually. Grazing: The owners have used some pasture for two cow/calf pairs for meat purposes for the sellers. Pasture/Topography: The Property is primarily flat useable ground. Most of the property is hay with limited ground as homesites or creek beds. Boundary Fencing: The property has shared fences with all neighboring properties except for the west field along the railroad tracks. Surrounding bordering land: Private landowners border the property on all sides. Wildlife: The property owners have seen a variety of wildlife on the property, including deer, coyotes, turkeys, pheasants, and grouse. The owner speaks of the wildlife activity as one of the main joys of the property. Landowner Preference Tags: The property is located in the Columbia Basin Unit and qualifies for two (2) Landowner Preference (LOP) tags under the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife guidelines. These tags are only eligible for Antlerless Deer, Antlerless Elk (Additional rules may apply-see the ODFW Big Game Hunting Regulations book or call the local Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife located in Pendleton, Oregon, at 541-276-2344. Personal Property Conveyed within the Full Purchase Price: Conex storage Garage shelving Stainless steel Kenmore Pro stove with convection oven Stainless steel Kenmore Elite Refrigerator Stainless steel Bosch Dishwasher Window fixtures and curtains Garden, orchard, and raised bed drip lines Irrigation 15hp Pump & Trailer Wheel lines & movers Handlines Pipe Trailer Irrigation Couplers, Hoses, Openers, et al. Repair parts, gaskets, nozzles, sprinklers, et al.
Baker County - Baker City, OR
The Payton Ranch is located in Baker Valley between Baker City and Haines. The property consists of 113.55 acres. It has excellent views of the Elkhorn Mountains. There are approximately 82.9 acres of water rights. Water is plentiful and the soils are productive. Water is supplied by a combination of Primary and Supplemental Water rights. All flood irrigation. The land has been in the family for generations. Sellers have received approval for one “Lot of Record” with the Baker County Planning department to allow for a dwelling to be located on the property. Powerline runs through the ranch. The ranch has consistently had 30 head of livestock year-round while putting up 150 - 200 tons of grass hay annually. Direct access from Highway 30 to the ranch. If you are looking for a potential home site with good views, productive soils and strong water rights, this property will certainly get your attention.
Jackson County - 2805 Cobleigh Road, Eagle Point, OR
Welcome to Ruby's Ranch, a rare find consisting of 120 +- acres with Big Butte Creek running approximately 1/2 of a mile through the ranch and a suspension bridge spans the creek giving access both sides. Additionally there are 2 seasonal creeks and pond. This rustic gem has been lovingly cared for for nearly 50 years by the ranches namesake, and is home to an extensive list of wildlife including Bald Eagles, Salmon, Steelhead, Cutthroat Trout, Deer, Elk, Turkey, Geese, Bear, Cougar and more. This natural setting has been left wild with a few exceptions, the timber pockets have been virtually untouched for decades and the ranch is bordered by over 7000 acres of BLM yet is only 40 minutes from downtown Medford and the airport. If you truly love the outdoors, wildlife and end of road privacy you owe it to yourself to make an appointment to come experience this beautiful ranch. Please note this is NOT A DRIVE BY and will require an appointment in advance.
Douglas County - Black Oak Drive, Lot#WP002, Roseburg, OR
Buildable Lot With Amazing River And Mountain Views
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