FOR SALE 33 Acres of PRIME Arizona Outback Real Estate
Price: $159,000 - HUGE PRICE DROP FOR FAST SALE!
This 33 acre parcel is the last phase of Indian Hills Estates, a 520 unit manufactured home subdivision.
A majority of the preliminary work that is part of every...
1,428+/- Acres offered in 10 Tracts Ranging in Size from 2.5+/- to 319.5+/- Acres Secluded Lodge Style Country Home Potential Building Sites Pasture Tillable Land Grazing Creek Woodland Wildlife Hunting & Recreation Northeast of Eau Claire Northwest of Wausau Onl...
Riverfront Sale! 2.1 acres with frontage on the Elk River AND bordering Pisgah National Forest for ONLY $44,900! Other properties include barniminium bordering a mountain creek and large acreage up to 67 acres in size!
100+ Acres of gentle rolling Post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Highway frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential - gated community, retail, winery, or create a one-of-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country impr...
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Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Grant County Oregon
This property has views of the John Day valley it also over looks the John Day airport. It has many uses with different zoning. This property zoning are as follows, multiple use range, Primary Forest, and Rural Residential. It also has a couple of springs on the property. Some good home sites with great views of the mountains and the valley. It truly is country living minutes from down town John Day and Canyon City.
Jered RhodenCascade Sotheby's International Realty
HUNTING, GRAZING, Recreational, Timber property. CAMP CREEK flows through this 241 acres and there are 49 acres that is irrigated with 1888 & 1905 water rights. ODFW has developed riparian areas along Camp Creek with head gates for easy irrigating, four fenced pastures and creek crossings for the cattle. ODFW maintains the fencing for the riparian areas. US Forest Service on 3 sides and only mile on a gravel road to the Middle Fork of the John Day River. Home to Elk, Whitetail, Bear, Turkeys and Steelhead in the creek. This is a perfect recreational getaway. Buildable w/power on the East side and in an area of shallow wells. 2 LOP tags and with the natural cover, water and lots of feed, the big game love to hole up here. There is a pond
Dan FoxCascade Sotheby's International Realty
$200,000320 acres0 S Fork Rd, Dayville, OR97825 - Grant County
320 acres near Dayville, Oregon. 2.5 hours from Bend, OR. Great recreational parcel that may be build-able with Grant County planning approval. Hunting, hiking, four wheeling, year-round access, springs for stock water and game also eligible for LOP tags in Ochoco unit.
John KnipeKnipe Land Company, Inc.
$4,500,0004,500 acresJohn Day, OR97845 - Grant County
Located in the John Day Valley of Eastern Oregon, John Day, Or.
Approx. 4500 acres
John Day River flows approx. 1.5 miles through it
Early water rights, complete package available
605 acres flood irrigated meadows
Owner says will run 250 pair, bulls, replacements inside, very easy to
Usually puts up 1,000 tons of hay, depends on flexibility of grazing
more cattle or cutting more hayvery, very flexible management
Excellent ranch to winter stock....mild winters
Both southern and northern exposures, early and late feed
Mild winters, warm summers...best in Oregon!
3 homes, 2 newer ones
corrals, calving barn, horse barns, shop
620 acres of managed timber
Progressive juniper removal
Good populations of elk and deer
Andy WilburnWilburn Ranch Brokerage
$2,400,000553 acres5 Beds | 2 Baths | 3800 sqftKimberly, OR97848 - Grant County
Cupper Creek Big Game and Birding with Equipment
This trophy turnkey ranch consists of 553 acres. It is located west of Monument, Oregon approximately 8 miles. It is also 228 miles east of Portland, Oregon and 254 miles west of Boise, Idaho. The town of Monument also has a 2100 asphalt runway for small planes.
Water: There are several year round springs and ponds on the ranch. Cupper Creek provides water and shade to the birds, elk and deer during the summer months. One spring is being used to provide water for the lodge. Close to the lodge is a pond that is utilized for some irrigation around the structures but also is stocked with Small Mouth bass. Annual precipitation for Monument, Oregon is 14.53 inches.
Wildlife: This ranch bo
Bear Creek South
Location: This property is located approximately 4 miles west of Prairie City, Oregon. It is east of Portland, Oregon 282 miles and west of Boise, Idaho 180 miles.
Acreage: 1497 deeded and 240 acres BLM inside property fence lines.
Water: Bear Creek runs along the east side of the property for 2 miles. This is a year round creek. There are 9.4 acres of water rights out of Bear Creek along some of the small meadows that run parallel to the creek. A few springs can be found throughout the property that could be improved and used for livestock and wildlife.
Terrain: The property varies greatly from the bottom to the top. The low land consists of sparsely treed with Juniper and large openings and transitions to the center wh
End of the Road
This property is located in Grant County, Oregon and consists of 800 acres deeded and 1/3 interested in an adjacent 960 acre parcel. Cummings Creek is located between Mt. Vernon and Dayville, Oregon lying on the north side of highway 26. The road goes 7.5 miles to the 800 acres. It is at the end of the road and there are no easements on the property. USFS lies on the north side with the road going into that. Coming from the north it is a difficult road to get to the land on the USFS road.
The land is steep in areas but accessible to 4 wheelers and side by sides. The owner said he has never had to pack an animal out but has used his 4 wheelers every time. There are a lot of old logging roads in good shape th
Location: This property is located approximately 13 miles North and West of Mt. Vernon, Oregon. It is east of Portland, Oregon 280 miles and west of Boise, Idaho 201 miles.
Acreage: 480 acres deeded
Water: There are two major springs that Ive found on the property. One located in the south portion and one in the north. Fall Creek is a small creek that runs year round for over mile and provides water for cattle and wildlife.
Terrain: The property is mountainous with varied terrain. 60% of the property can be run by either ATV or UTV. Several draws run through the property giving lots places for animals to hide. There is a large ridge that is on the eastern portion running down into the draw where Fall Creek runs.
Andy WilburnWilburn Ranch Brokerage
$295,000160 acresBear Creek South, Prairie City, OR97869 - Grant County
Mountain Top 160 acres
Location: This property is located approximately 9 miles North and West of Prairie City, Oregon. It is east of Portland, Oregon 282 miles and west of Boise, Idaho 180 miles.
Acreage: 160 deeded
Water: There is a small spring in the north.
Terrain: The property is mountainous with varied terrain. Open and scattered Juniper and Pine on the top while the east portion of the property has mostly pine and fir. 90% of the property can be ridden on by either ATV or UTV.
Wildlife: This is an excellent hunting area for both deer and elk. Sign can be seen all over the property. This property also qualifies for 2 buck LOP tags and 2 bull LOP tags. The hunting unit is East Northside.
Overview: This property is clos
Location: This property is located approximately 14 miles North and East of Prairie City, Oregon. It is east of Portland, Oregon 292 miles and west of Boise, Idaho 180 miles.
Acreage: 320 acres deeded
Water: This property is the head waters for Isham Creek. There is an area that is 20X20 yards that approximately 50 gallons per minute comes directly out of the ground. Its an amazing thing to watch. This provides great year round water for both livestock and wildlife. It may be possible to create a pond with the water that is there.
Terrain: The property is mountainous with a few large draws that cut through it. It is very thick with mostly young fir, pine and Western Larch. There are many old logging roads througho