Pheasant Ridge Farm
Pheasant Ridge Farm is an exquisite ranch situated in Baker County’s peaceful Eagle Valley. The ranch is positioned in a picturesque rural setting with 200 deeded acres of rolling topography. With its many amenities, the ranch is set up for many possible uses. It could be an owner-operated cattle ranch, a recreational hunting sanctuary, a vacation rental, a corporate retreat, or an outfitters headquarters. There is a beautiful country home sitting on top of the hill of the 5-acre homestead, perfectly situated to take in the amazing views of Eagle Valley and Brownlee Reservoir. The single level home built in 2005 consists of 2670 square feet of living space. The open floor plan in the main living space is both ideal for entertaining and is one of the best places in the home to enjoy the stunning views. The great room showcases a vaulted ceiling and a decorative corner gas fireplace. Just off of the great room is an elegant kitchen adorned with tile countertops, a granite top island, rustic cherry wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a pantry, and a wine bar. Another notable space is the master bedroom suite, which has private access to the exterior deck. Adjoining the master bedroom is a large relaxing master bathroom highlighting a dual vanity, tile counters, and a walk-in closet. Besides the common area, the home consists of 2 guest bedrooms, an office which could be used as a 4th bedroom, a bonus work out room with a sauna, a spacious laundry room, and an attached 2 car garage. The home also has a surround sound system, high-speed internet, and a security system.The exterior space exhibits a hot tub and Trex deck that overlooks the beautifully expansive vista and landscaped yard. From the yard, a staircase has been installed that leads to the two outbuildings. One of these is the 600 square foot apartment ideal for tenants or a guest suite. The apartment features a kitchenette, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, a laundry room and is attached to the 832 square foot shop. There is a separate exterior entrance to access the apartment, but it also has an entrance into the shop. The shop is great a great work or storage space. It is heated and insulated with 2 overhead doors and wired with 220-volt power. The home site also showcases a 1,620 square foot enclosed metal equipment building with skylights, concrete floors, power, 2 overhead doors, and a man door. Other amenities include the buried sprinkler system, private driveway and septic system.This property is great for someone looking for a sustainable living lifestyle. Found among the vast acreage is a 10ft deep pond, an orchard, vineyards, irrigated pasture, and a wildlife habitat. The vineyard is planted with a variety of wine grapes and table grapes and is irrigated through a trellis and drip system. The fruit trees dispersed on the property include cherry, plum, peach, apple, and pear trees. In addition, there are several blackberry, raspberry, and marionberry bushes on the property.Pheasant Ridge Farm is fenced completely around the perimeter of the property with approximately 70+ acres of irrigated pasture. This pasture land, along with the year-round spring-fed pond and streams make it great for grazing cattle, livestock or horses. The property adequately supports 70 pair from mid-May through Oct 1st and is currently rented to a tenant farmer. For the crop operations, the ranch provides approximately 128 acres of water irrigation rights through the Brooks Ditch and 22 acres of water rights from the Newt Your Ditch. The water is delivered through a system that includes gated pipe, sprinklers, 10 movable big guns, and drip lines. In addition to the agriculture benefits, the ranch is a recreational haven for wildlife. One can privately partake in camping, atving, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and hunting on the property. There is also approximately 130 acres of wildlife habitat ideal for big game hunting. In fact, 2 landowner preference hunting tags for deer and elk are available each year. Other wildlife frequently spotted on the property include bear, pheasant, geese, duck, and waterfowl. LAND FEATURES200 Deeded AcresVineyardsFruit TreesBerriesPerimeter FenceWater RightsSpring Fed PondIrrigated PastureIrrigation SystemINTERIOR FEATURESKitchenStainless Steel AppliancesGranite Counter IslandCherry Wood CabinetsTile Counter TopsPantryWine BarGreat RoomVaulted CeilingFireplaceWorkout Room with SaunaOfficeCentral Air/Surround SoundSecurity SystemEXTERIOR FEATURES2 Car Attached GarageTrex DeckHot TubUnderground Sprinkler SystemIrrigation SystemSepticRV ParkingPrivate DrivewayOUTBUILDINGSHeated & Insulated Shop with: 220 Volt Power Separate Living Quarters 2 Overhead DoorsEquipment Building 2 Overhead Doors RECREATIONHunting (2 Land Owner Tags)Big Game (Elk, Deer, Bear)Waterfowl (Duck, Geese)Upland Game Birds (Pheasant, Quail, Turkey)CampingFishingHorseback Riding Pheasant Ridge Farm is nestled in the quaint farming and ranching community of Richland, Oregon. The town of Richland is a popular recreational destination, especially for the avid fisherman. It is located just minutes from the Powder River arm of the Brownlee Reservoir. Brownlee Reservoir is known for its fishing opportunities. Fish species commonly caught in its waters include smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, trout, perch, bluegill, and rainbow trout. Just 2 miles from Richland is the Harry M. Hewitt Memorial Park. The park is a great place to enjoy the natural beauty of Brownlee Reservoir and offers RV camping, tent camping, boat ramps, picnic tables, and playground equipment. Besides recreational opportunities, Richland has a variety of dining, lodging, and shopping options. Its residents celebrate Eagle Valley Days every year with a community barbeque, parade, and pie auction.Richland is situated in the Northeast Oregon region which is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts presenting year-round recreational opportunities. In the summer many people enjoy hiking, atving, camping, mountain climbing, boating, and white water rafting. In the winter months leisure pastimes include snowmobiling, cross country skiing, or sledding. The abundant wildlife in the territory also offers amazing hunting and fishing possibilities. One of the recreational hubs in this region is the town of Halfway, Oregon which is within 20 minutes of Richland. This community is home to the annual Baker County Fair & Panhandle Rodeo, the annual 4th of July Celebration & Parade, and the Clear Creek Music Festival. Richland lies within the rural landscape of Baker County. The largest city in Baker County is Baker City, Oregon which also acts as the county seat. Baker City is approximately 45 min from the Richland. This resort town features a beautiful historic downtown which presents rich art, culture, shopping, dining, and entertainment environment. Some of Baker City’s tourist attractions include the Eltrym Historic Theatre, the Baker City Trolley, and the Baker Heritage Museum. Its residents enjoy events such as the Hell Canyon Motorcycle Rally or the Hells Canyon Junior Rodeo. Baker City also is home to a beautiful golf course, an airport, and the Blue Mountain Community College.Some of the major hotspots in this region include the Elkhorn Mountain Range and the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area which are home to Oregon’s pristine lakes, mountains, rivers, and miles of hiking and riding trails. The Elkhorn Mountain Range is a subrange of the Blue Mountains and is home to Anthony Lakes Ski Resort and Summit Lake. Eagle Cap Wilderness Area a remote unspoiled region of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest that is popular for backcountry skiing, backpacking, and primitive camping. Within 30 minutes of the property is Hells Canyon, which is North America’s deepest gorge. The Hells Canyon Recreation Area offers a plethora of additional outdoor recreational activities such as camping, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, and more. Water sports and fishing are a major pastime in Hells Canyon, since the waters of the majestic Snake River course through the canyon. Another activity many travelers appreciate is exploring the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway which encircles the Wallowas.