Just imagine dying and going to heaven early on this 1,272+/- acre tract that is a great recreational hunting opportunity located along the Saline River just four and a half miles south of Rison, AR on AR State Highway 79, just one hour from Little Rock. This tract is an ide...
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...
DVR LAKE RANCH-LOGAN, NM
State: New Mexico
Property Type: All native grass ranch for livestock grazing/hunting/recreation
Acres: Total Acres 22,639.44 acres more or less (as represented by Seller)
The fields of Umatilla County, Oregon, contribute to a farming economy that's the 21st biggest in the nation. Recent internal listing data showed the average price of farms for sale in Umatilla County ($356,250) was less than the statewide average for Oregon farms for sale. The average size of farms for sale in Umatilla County (7,183 acres) was greater, however, than the state average for Oregon farms for sale. Farms for sale in Umatilla County totaled $4 million. Browse all Umatilla County farms for sale on Lands of America to find the farm, cattle operation, hobby farm or other farm property that's right for your future commercial or lifestyle needs.
Land for sale including Farms in Umatilla County Oregon
This Deeded 34,497+/- acre working cattle ranch is nestled in the Blue Mountain Range of Northeast Oregon.
In conjunction with the additional 27,000+/- acre forest service grazing allotment, the 61,497+/- acre operation has historically maintained 500 Mother cows, 1500 +/- yearlings, 300 feedlot and 450 Bred heifers annually. Bordered on 2 sides by National forest, the ranch is non contiguous by design; primarily sectioned North and South by adverse elevations and climate. It's not uncommon to dry feed only 3-4 months a year. This ranch is undoubtedly affected by the warm Pacific storms that march up the Columbia River Gorge, providing a much longer growing season than most of Eastern Oregon and other areas of the country. Ranchers a
Garrett ZollerLand and Wildlife
$12,960,00016,200 acresUkiah, OR97880 - Umatilla County
The Buckaroo Ranch is located in the foothills of the Blue Mountains of Oregon and overlooks the North Fork John Day River valley. Consisting of approximately 16,200 total acres, the topography is primarily gentle with an abundance of meadows, creeks, and draws. The ranch is 25+/- square miles in size and has a strategic location as both a private hunting preserve and a recreation tract with long-term forest investment opportunity. Due to its proximity to the North Fork John Day River and Camas Creek, fishing opportunities for trout, steelhead and salmon are excellent. The Bridge Creek Wildlife area, managed as a wintering area for elk by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, is nearby. The ranch's ridgetop location provides seclusion
Jim Whitney, CCIM, BrokerWhitney Land Company
$4,500,000737 acres3 Beds | 2 BathsPendleton, OR97801 - Umatilla County
The Birch Creek Irrigated Farm contains approximately 737 deeded acres of which 549 acres are irrigated under center pivots. 115 acres are dryland crop enrolled in the CRP program and 62 acres are rangeland. The property includes a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom main home, a 32'x56' machine shop, an 80'x180' steel building, and a 2 car garage with a storage room. Includes freestanding solar feedback panel. Deer and bird hunting available. Broker owned. #LA01316
Premium Vineyard location opportunity. Located adjacent to Jon Cockburn Ranch Vineyard for Zerba Cellars. Property includes water rights. Soil type Athena silt loam. Elevation ranges 1125 to 1450 more or less.
Mark GrantJohn J. Howarrd
$3,310,0003,450 acres1 Bed | 1 Bath60506 Government Mountain Road, Milton Freewater, OR97862 - Umatilla County
A short drive from Walla Walla, Washington (25 minutes) and Milton-Freewater, Oregon (20 minutes), bordered on 2 sides by forest service and BLM land, the Ranch offers 7 parcels that comprise 3450 acres of pristine meadows, timbered ridges, canyons, trout streams and ponds.
The Government Mountain Ranch's mission is to offer exclusive ranch property with ownership of a piece of the Oregon's Blue Mountains. The land has been meticulously managed for big game habitat. Fencing and cross fencing allows for open range cattle grazing. While deep loamy soil grows Ponderosa Pine, Douglas White Fir, and Western Larch.
The North Fork of the Walla Walla River offers natural beauty and trout fishing. Fly fishing, horseback riding, four wheeling, hunti
Rob EzellLand and WIldlife
$2,999,000865 acresPendleton, OR97801 - Umatilla County
Located on the western flank of the beautiful Blue Mountains in Eastern Oregon, this property offers beautiful rolling hills that face the west creating a fantastic habitat for cattle grazing, deer and elk, and upland birds. This land is well known for being the heart of Oregon cattle country. Mild winters and early spring grass make this range ideal for grazing. During the warm summer months, the US Forest Service Allotments provide cooler temperatures and ample grass for the cattle. Fantastic turkey and pheasant hunting can be found all over the ranch. There are several vistas to be discovered on horseback and/or ATV while touring the ranch. The ranch is very private and is only a few miles southeast of Pendleton, OR.
Fay RanchesFay Ranches
$2,987,0001,740 acres3 Beds | 1 BathMill Creek, Milton Freewater, OR97882 - Umatilla County
This Beautiful and Wondrous Timbered Property sits on the Oregon / Washington border in Umatilla and Walla Walla Counties just 15 minutes from the town of Walla Walla and the Walla Walla Regional Airport. In the mountains on Mill Creek east of the towns of Walla Walla and Milton-Freewater. A total of 1740 acres, with 1575 acres in Umatilla County, Oregon and 165 adjacent acres in Walla Walla County, Washington. The property is very well covered with road access and good strong fencing. This is rugged Gods Country with everything you could ever want. COME HAVE IT ALL. There is something for everyone here, culture, history, fine restarunts, Walla Walla Wineries, your own private mountain retreat, horseback/ ATV trail riding and World Class Hu
Walla Walla Valley AVA - Breezy Slope Vineyard is prime wine grape land. The elevation ranges from 1600 to 2500. Existing 22.2 acres of vineyard with Pinot Noir and other varietals. Balance of ground is in wheat. Call listing agent for showing arrangements.
Mark GrantJohn J. Howarrd
$1,500,00038.5 acresHermiston, OR97838 - Umatilla County
The Bensel Road Irrigated Property is a high-class, self-sufficient cattle and hay farm only six miles from the city of Hermiston. This unique 38.5-acre small-scale, full operation facility, offers an exceptionally well-developed turnkey operation. It features a commercialized 6,000sq. ft. shop, pivot irrigation fields, featured pond, large equipment yard, small feed lot, corral system, pastures, and a 2,400-sq. ft. custom built home with attached 900-sq.ft. garage.
The Fraser Farm consists of approximately 1,402 acres of land, of which approximately 1,288 are tillable and currently planted to grass, the result of expired CPR contracts. There are three separate parcels, the smallest being 138.2 acres and the largest being 942 m/l acres. The third is 304 acres and located close to the largest parcel. All three are non-irrigated and rely on rain and snowfall for crop production. The Missouri Gulch location generally consists of gently rolling terrain with dry drainage ditches and minimal water erosion. The hilltops have nice views of the Blue Mountains to the south.
SeVein Vineyard is located in the world famous Walla Walla AVA. SeVein is a 2,600 +/- acre vineyard development, with planting underway on thirteen of the sold parcels.
The remaining parcels, offered all together or as individual parcels, include an additional 709 +/- acres that can be planted to vineyard. Each parcel has a fully established access road, water rights and water infrastructure.
Available parcel sizes range from 40 to 80 +/- acres.
SeVein is on the southern border of the Walla Walla AVA in Oregon and is adjacent to the famed Seven Hills Vineyard.
The Managing Partners of SeVein are well known viticulture and oenology pioneers in the Walla Walla region. Their combined experience in the wine industry produces some
For over a decade the Cobble Rock vineyards of Milton Freewater, Oregon have produced premium wine grapes that continually yield International Award Winning wines
Winemakers throughout the Northwest cherish the complexity of the Rocks District AVA fruit, which has earned a reputation as one of the more popular and successful wine growing regions in the county.
This small but very successful vineyard property (7.22 acres) was planted in 2007 and 2008 under the watchful eye of one of the regions finest winemaker and viticulturist.
Varietals include 5 acres of Grenache Noir using the Tablas Creek Clone, and 1 acre of Mourvedre, also using the Tablas Creek Clone. An experimental planting block also contains 25 vines each of Voignier,
Ben SinnerThe WestOne Group, Ltd
$395,000394.73 acresPendleton, OR97801 - Umatilla County
394.73 total acres of which 172 acres are enrolled in CRP through 2022 with balance of acres in production. The farm is located in the Missouri Gulch area, northwest of Pendleton. Clean farm. Production records available. #LA02914
Jim Whitney, CCIM, BrokerWhitney Land Company
$350,00076.37 acresPendleton, OR97801 - Umatilla County
Development potential on this 76.37 acre parcel. Located a short distance east of Pendleton, this property is zoned to allow the creation of 4ea nine acre lots with 40+ acres of river bottom remaining for recreation, including hunting and fishing. Currently, there is a CRP contract on 31+ acres that expires in 2016. If you are a bird hunter this would be a great parcel to create your own reserve. #LA02415
Saddle Mountain CRP Farm is located northeast of Milton-Freewater, one-half mile up Saddle Mountain Road from Foster Road. The property contains 287.30 acres of which 119.59 acres are enrolled into a CRP contract with an expiration date of 2026. An additional 23.50 acres are in CRP set to expire 09-30-2017. There are multiple developed springs providing adequate water to the property for the benefit of livestock and wildlife. The property is only a few miles from the Oregon and Washington state line. The property includes a buildable home site with views of the Walla Walla Valley. There are many recreational opportunities including LOP tags for Walla Walla Unit, one of Oregons premier elk areas.
The exciting and so very popular Rocks District of Milton Freewater is being compared to Chateauneuf-du-Pape in the Rhone Valley, only better.
As of 2013 Wine Spectators two top-rated Northwest wines both came from The Rocks District, both the AVAs signature Syrah, and both scoring a 98 out of 100.
As a sub-appellation of Walla Walla AVA and the Columbia Valley AVA, these incredible Rocks Sites are becoming the popular addition to both large and small wineries.
The WestOne Group has represented some of the finest properties sold in this region since 2000 and is now poised to assist you in locating that very special property for your Rocks District estate vineyard.
Currently planted to Gala and Fuji Apples, and contiguous with a
For years wine makers and wine lovers have recognized the uniqueness of the wine coming from The Rocks District of Milton Freewater, Oregon's 18th AVA.
The Rocks District most unique feature is its soil. There really isn't much soil. The ground consists primarily of small rocks called basalt cobblestones.
Most agree its the soil or lack thereof, that is distinct for growing wine grapes. The soils are chemically distinct because they are basalt derived; they are texturally distinct because they are coarse and well-drained which forces deeper roots; and they are thermally distinct.
But most important is these three soil differences show up in the resulting wines. And anyone who has tasted wine from this new AVA cannot mistake the are
Located in the heart of "American Viticulture Area" (Walla Walla AVA) 18.43 +/- acres of irrigated farmland. Complies with EFU rule for winery site. Great road frontage for possible tasting room. Seller says south portion of property is in "The Rocks" boundary. Same family ownership since 1936. Includes irrigation well with buried mainline and 2 Highway 11 curb entrances and Appleton Road Frontage.
Mark GrantJohn J. Howarrd
$250,000150.64 acresPendleton, OR97801 - Umatilla County
The Theater Road Property, located in eastern Oregon, near Pendleton, is a property consisting of 150.64 acres. Located on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the property has paved road access (Theater Road) as well as gravel road access (SE 56th Street). There is possible additional access from SE 54th Street. Great location with cash flow. #LA00716
3300 Acres, owner will sell an additional 800 Acres if buyer so desires
4.5 miles of year round trout stream
multiple springs and ponds
5m ft. timber, pine, fir with documented growth 3.26%
oif the buyer wants the additional 800 acres then there would be an additional 2.5mbf of timber
secluded, private lands on all side
one access point, no public or private easements or access
30 minutes south of Pendleton, Oregon.
outfitter has leased the past few years
owner states the ranch winters 5001000 elk in normal season
very good rainfall
2 hunting cabins
Great hunting for Elk, Deer and Bear. Damage control tags continue into following year for elk. Historically a reputation hunting area for elk and deer, I can't say enough of how man
Best new Light Industrial site in Walla Walla Valley along Hwy 11, at Stateline on the Oregon side. Possible location for a wine region industrial park by joining the north parcel to this parcel. Additional 8.54 ac. available to the north for total of 18.11 ac. S parcel needs zone change to compliment the RLI zone. If a remarkable property for an industrial park is part of your future plans, call today for the information packet.
Outstanding land parcel available in one of the newest wine areas in the US. Located in "The Rocks of Milton-Freewater" AVA, touted by Wine Spectator as one of the most unique new AVAs in North America. Complete with irrigation water rights and road frontage for access. The orchard has been removed from this parcel 13.35 acres of level land ready for the new vineyard. If unsurpassed quality in wine grape production, notable worldwide, are part of your plans.... Call for your land packet and site visit today.
Outstanding irrigated farmland in Walla Walla Valley, Oregon, along Eastside road. Good water rights. Presently raising corn, wheat and alfalfa. Well pumps 150gpm. Walla Walla Valley wine region is gaining notariety worldwide for rich soils, hot days and cool nights. Outstanding opportunity for wine grapes, next to The Rocks of Milton-Freewater, Oregon. Some scattered rock in the soil bed. Paved highway frontage on Eastside Rd. Call for a marketing packet and your private showing today.
Located in "The Rocks" AVA, touted by Wine Spectator as one of the most unique new AVAs in North America. This outstanding vineyard parcel is ready for a lease tenant. Orchard has been removed. Complete with irrigation water rights and road frontage for access. 13.35 acres of level land ready for the new vineyard. If unsurpassed quality in wine grape production, notable worldwide, are part of your plans.... Call for your land packet and site visit today.
Located in the middle of the AVA, two tax lots, 112112 and 112114 for a total of 11.25 acres. Wind machine will be removed. Irrigation well wtih water rights for property. Bing cherries, half in production. Great location for vineyard.
40 Timbered Acres in the Tollgate area. Secluded with trees and wildlife. Tolgate Hwy to Skyline Road to USFS Road #6401, Seller has found there is no legal access recorded. Call for info. Recreational Land. Please confirm with Umatilla County for uses. Hunting, fishing, camping and snow activities nearby. It's a beauty.