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Davis Land & Livestock
Malheur, Oregon
32878.35 acres
Davis Land and Livestock is a massive high desert 33,000-acre cattle and hunting ranch in the beautiful rugged landscape of Eastern Oregon. This is a rare opportunity to purchase this unspoiled legacy ranch which has been responsibly managed by the same family for almost a century.Wildlife/Hunting: The contiguous acreage spans over 51 square miles of natural habitat that attracts a variety of wildlife including elk, mule deer, antelope, bear, grouse, quail, and chukars.  The ranch is a hunter’s paradise with 350 class bulls, Boone and Crocket class mule deer and antelope, and other excellent quality animals. It includes 8 each landowner preference tags for elk and deer, along with unlimited archery tags for elk and deer.Natural Water Features: The waters of Blue Creek, Cow Creek, Rinehart Creek, and several smaller creek tributaries meander throughout the property. One will also find numerous spring-fed ponds and many natural springs on the land. Some of the springs have been developed already but there is potential for additional development that could enhance the sustainability and capacity for game and livestock.Cattle: The expansive pastureland is both fenced and cross-fenced. It could run 900 cow/calf pairs or 3,000 yearlings. However, other combinations of the two are possible depending on the management. The ranch also has 2 sets of corrals.Residence & Outbuildings: There is currently a 1,440 square foot mobile home on the property that would be suitable for temporary accommodations with a private septic system and individual well.  However, the ranch has multiple sites that would be ideal for building a future dream home or hunting lodge.  Existing outbuildings include a machine shed and a detached garage perfect for storing recreational vehicles or equipment.Land & Location: The ranch encompasses the North face of Juniper Mountain which is 6,500 ft in elevation. The upper elevations of the property are comprised of rugged terrain and rim rocks with a mix of aspen groves and juniper basins on the upper reaches of the mountain.  The lower elevations of the ranch are a combination of level pasture land and rolling hills. It also has potential for a private airstrip and is situated along US Highway 26 in Malheur County midway between two small unincorporated communities.  Just 5 miles west of the property lies Ironside, Oregon and 4.2 miles to the east is Brogan, Oregon. The region is known for its scenery, recreational opportunities, diverse agriculture, and quiet rural lifestyle.  Within 2 hours of the ranch is the Boise metro area which offers major shopping, entertainment, and an airport that provides non-stop and connecting flight destinations throughout the US.
Melba Development Property with Views
Canyon, Idaho
563.67 acres
Rural farmland with great potential for development. Two private airstrips on over 500 acres of irrigated ground with a mix of level and rolling topography. The main airstrip has an outbuilding that can be used for multiple purposes. This property is one of the highest points in Canyon County with unimpeded views of the valley and the Owyhee Mountains. The property also includes 413 shares of water rights. The land is located in the agricultural community of Melba, Idaho. This Canyon County town lies amongst the fruitful pastures in the Snake River Valley of Southwest Idaho. Crop farming is a staple for Melba’s industry and it is even known as The Seed Heart of America for the assortment of crops its grown in its fields. These crops include but are not limited to alfalfa, peas, beans, potatoes, sugar beets, onions, corn, and grain.Melba is considered part of the Boise City – Nampa, Idaho metropolitan area known as the Treasure Valley. While this small agricultural community may feel isolated, it is just minutes away from the amenities and services available to its neighboring larger cities for shopping and entertainment.One local must attend event is the Melba “Olde Tyme” 4th of July Celebration which includes a parade, car show, tractor pull, and one of the best firework shows in the state! For those that enjoy outdoor recreation, the town is close to landmarks such as Celebration Park, Initial Point, Cleo’s Ferry Museum & Nature Trail, Given’s Hot Springs, and the Snake River. So activities such as fishing, swimming, hiking, camping, or boating are within less than a 20-minute drive.
Development Acreage Off Highway 55
Valley, Idaho
166.35 acres
Sprawling acreage off Highway 55 ideal for multifamily and limited commercial use. Located on the corner of Highway 55 and Eld Lane, this property is located in the heart of Donnelly. This level topography showcases 360-degree surrounding views and 3,975 ft of direct highway frontage.Donnelly is midway between 2 Idaho resort towns. It is 16 miles from Cascade, ID and 13 miles from the resort town of McCall, ID. Cascade, ID is a small mountainous town situated along Highway 55 and Lake Cascade Recreational Area. This state park is popular for the water sports it offers such as sailing, boating, swimming and windsurfing. It also has several developed campsites and hiking trails. Some of the local annual events in Cascade include the Valley County Fair, the Winter Jamboree, Cascade Thunder Mountain Days, the Buckskin Bill Rendezvous and Howdy s Fishing Derby. Valley County is also host to some of Idaho s most beautiful waters. Among these are the Salmon River, Payette Lake and Lake Cascade. These rivers and lakes are known for their tremendous fishing. These bodies of water boast diverse species including rainbow trout, Kokanee trout, salmon, steelhead and small mouth bass.To the North is McCall, Idaho which sits along the banks of Payette Lake. It is an outdoor recreational hot-spot especially for many residents from the Boise metro area who are looking for a weekend escape. Besides Brundage Mountain, McCall is also central to both the Little Ski Hill and Tamarack Resort thus making McCall known for its winter recreation. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing. In fact, one of the its most vibrant events is the annual Winter Carnival held every January which exhibits intricate snow sculptures throughout the community. People also escape to this charming mountain town during the summer months to enjoy activities such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking or soaking in the one of the area s natural hot springs. The spectacular mountain scenery and lake views can be appreciated from downtown McCall but for a more intimate and unspoiled view, many like to visit Ponderosa State Park. This public park is just on the northern outskirts of town and offers hiking trails, camping sites and beaches along the Payette Lake.
Waterwheel Retreat
Power, Idaho
111.51 acres
Waterwheel Retreat is a self-sustaining 111.51-acre property along the Portneuf River on the outskirts of Pocatello, Idaho. It is currently being used as a recreational haven, but it would also be an ideal corporate retreat destination, wedding venue, or event center. This private waterfront oasis is a sportsman's and avid fisherman's paradise. Natural water features on the property include approximately 3/4 mile of Portneuf River frontage, multiple streams, private ponds, and 12 springs. It also has 4 ground wells and its own water supply for irrigation. The property is conducive to self-sustainability.  Waterwheel has the potential to generate its own hydroelectric power electricity, has a dedicated fenced garden, a small orchard, and a 5-acre wheat field that can be turned into pasture grass for horses. You can also grow your own fruits and vegetables year-round in the greenhouse that adjoins the shop, which has passive solar Trombe walls. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the miles of scenic hiking and biking trails that run along the river. Other activities to enjoy on this sanctuary include freshwater fly fishing, canoeing, paddleboarding, hunting, ATV riding, biking, hiking, and horseback riding.   For accommodations, there is a charming approximately 2,400 sq ft barndominium with living quarters and an attached 2 car garage. It highlights 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a main living area.  It also is being sold turnkey and comes fully furnished. There are 2 other outbuildings on the acreage.  This includes an old non-operating fish hatchery building and a 5,200 sq ft shop with power that has the attached greenhouse. The shop has plenty of storage for RVs, equipment, or additional vehicles. It has roughed-in plumbing for a bathroom and a portion of the shop could be converted into additional living space.The outdoor living space is the perfect place to host events. Outdoor amenities consist of the covered patio, hot tub, fire pit, and a pavilion near the waterfall that has a propane barbeque grill, refrigerator, cold water sink, and wood stove.About the AreaWaterwheel Retreat feels secluded, yet it is close to the conveniences of the city such as shopping, travel, and entertainment being only 15 minutes from downtown Pocatello and 20 minutes from the regional airport. For outdoor recreation opportunities, Waterwheel is only 15 minutes away from the American Reservoir, 20 minutes from Pebble Creek Ski Area, close to 250 miles of cross-country skiing, and the area is surrounded by 40 nearby summits.  Pocatello, Idaho is the 5th largest city in the Gem State. It is situated in Southeastern Idaho and is known as the Gateway to the Northwest. Pocatello was rated one of the best mountain bike towns in the US and was named one of the top 10 small places to move and raise a family, according to Primary Relocation and World ERC. Pocatello is known for its friendliness and as the "capital of smiles." It was named one of the best small towns to do business for 6 years in a row by Forbes magazine.
Luxury Mountain Home in Elkhorn Mountain Foothills
Baker, Oregon
198.40 acres
Baker County, Oregon is the undiscovered gem of the West. It has a lifestyle of friendly people, no traffic, beautiful scenery, and great recreation. The charming community has a deep history of the west rooted in gold mining, cattle, and timber. In fact, little Baker City has more historically registered buildings than Portland, Oregon.  Enjoy the quiet friendly atmosphere of downtown Baker City which has the world-class Barley Brown Brewery, Copper Belt Winery, a distillery, and other terrific locally owned bars and restaurants.  The town hosts several annual events including rodeos and cycling classics.The surrounding area is a gateway to year-round recreation. Anthony Lakes Ski Resort has the highest lodge elevation in the Northwest providing great powder snow for downhill, cat, and cross-country skiing.   The resort also offers weekend bands, a low-key atmosphere, ski races, and fun special events. Enjoy elk, deer, and bird hunting both on the property and in the surrounding areas. World-class fishing is available in many rivers, lakes, and reservoirs within short distances from the property.  The Snake River in Hell's Canyon is just 45 minutes away and is known for its world-class fishing and boating.  Within miles you will find Anthony, Pilcher, Wolf Creek, Phillips Lakes along with the Grande Ronde and Powder Rivers. There are several wilderness mountain areas almost in your backyard for incredible viewing, hiking, and exploration. Cycling, ATV riding, horseback riding, camping, are a few of the other available activities. Be sure to check out the 47 Ranch Oregon website under resources for additional information on the property, recreational opportunities, and local area.Just 20 minutes from Baker City, Oregon lies a rare offering.  Perfectly designed for the mountain setting, this luxury lodge-style home on 198 acres in the heart of Baker County blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape.  It sits along the foothills of the Elkhorn Mountains offering breathtaking views of the Wallowa and Elkhorn Mountains. The owner will have their choice of uses, as the home could serve as a private year-round retreat, vacation home, or hunting lodge. The rolling acreage has both agricultural and recreational applications.  The land consists of 160 acres of pasture and farm ground, irrigated through gravity-flow wheel lines and 40 acres of scattered timber. The owners could operate the ranch themselves or lease it to a tenant farmer. It is ideal for grazing cattle, boarding horses, or harvesting alfalfa.REASONS TO LIVE IN BAKER COUNTY2012 Rand McNalley’s Best of The Road Most Beautiful Finalist10 Most Beautiful Towns in Oregon by Culture TripVoted Safest Place to Live in Oregon by Safe Choice Security News10 Most Affordable Places in Oregon by HomeSnacksRECREATIONAbundant WildlifeAnthony Lakes Ski Resort (Highest resort in the Northwest. Offers downhill & cross-country skiing)Boating at Wolf Creek Reservoir & Phillips ReservoirEagle Cap Wilderness AreaElkhorn Mountain Wilderness AreaFishingHikingHuntingSnowmobilingElkhorn Scenic BywayHells Canyon Scenic BywayWallowa-Whitman National ForestARTS & CULTUREOregon Trail Interpretive CenterBaker Heritage MuseumCarnegie Art CenterFirst Friday Art WalkNumerous Art GalleriesBaker County We Like’em Short Film FestivalEastern Oregon Regional TheaterAlder House MuseumLOCAL EVENTSBaker City Bronc & Bull RidingBaker County FairHaines Stampede RodeoHells Canyon Junior RodeoHells Canyon Motorcycle RallyMiners Jubilee WeekendPanhandle RodeoSumpter Valley Railroad TripsThe homes is designed perfectly to capture 360-degree views of the breathtaking scenery and local wildlife.  The first level exterior is made up of natural stone, and the upper-level deck wraps around two sides set off by a decorative iron railing. Low maintenance landscaping, rock gardens, and a beautifully manicured lawn complete the outdoor setting. Indoors, the rustic theme continues with solid wood doors, hickory flooring and molding, and handmade wrought-iron railings with inlaid forest and elk artwork.Enjoy magnificent mountain views from huge windows in the open living area. Complete with 24' vaulted ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling natural stone fireplace, and a custom wagon-wheel chandelier, this beautiful room is sure to impress.  The open floor plan flows seamlessly into the kitchen and dining room, set off by natural hickory flooring and high, open-beamed ceilings. The gourmet kitchen features two dishwashers, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, custom hickory cabinets, double oven, copper kitchen and bar sinks, and stainless-steel appliances.  A custom tiled backsplash sets off the beautiful woodwork and granite countertops, and large windows offer additional panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.The relaxing master bedroom with an en-suite bath offers the perfect place to unwind. Featuring a 6' long, high-back, hammered copper bathtub, walk-in tiled shower, and walk-in closet, the master suite opens onto a private deck with hot tub. The open-beamed, extra-tall ceilings continue through the master bedroom, which is accessed through impressive double doors and separated from the master bath by a sliding pocket door. Large, picture windows in the master bedroom and bath display stunning views of the Wallowa Valley and surrounding mountain range.Guests can relax in a self-contained studio living quarters complete with a full kitchen, propane fireplace, stacked washer and dryer, bathroom, and private patio. A bunkhouse room allows for additional guests, with plenty of room to accommodate a king bed, a queen bed, and bunk beds. The bunkhouse room is also outfitted with its own bathroom, propane fireplace, wet bar, and ping pong table.This impressive home includes a media room with privacy door, a large office, workout room, and laundry room that will make you look forward to laundry day. For wine enthusiasts, this home even includes a lower-level wine room, built against the natural rock wall to maintain an ideal temperature of 58 degrees.The home offers plenty of parking space with two attached garages and an additional, drive-through RV garage.  The upper garage fits two cars, while the lower garage has room for three cars and a workspace with a workbench, storage, and wood stove.  The home is heated and cooled by a highly efficient geothermal system and the home has its own well and septic.The timbered acreage acts as a haven for wildlife, making this an ideal hunting property. The surrounding area offers a multitude of elk, deer, turkey and other wild game. The property also has private access to the adjacent state game reserve that is used as a winter-feeding ground for elk and is available for hunting during the fall.  Aside from hunting, the property offers year-round recreation.  In the summer, one can hike or ATV.  In the winter months you can enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, or sledding on the property.With the Elkhorn Mountain Range to the west and Eagle Cap Wilderness Area to the east, there are even more recreational opportunities at your fingertips. This home positions you for convenient access 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 is a remote unspoiled region of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest that is popular for backcountry skiing, backpacking, and primitive camping. 
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