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Devout to the Pacific Northwest, Land and Wildlife consists of a growing team of licensed real estate professionals, who specialize in helping buyers and sellers of ranch land, timber tracts, farms for sale, hunting property, fishing property, resorts and resort homes, horse properties, timberland, waterfront properties and more throughout Oregon, Washington State, and Idaho. 

As a founding partner of LandLeader, and a leading brokerage representing the finest land for sale, ranches for sale, recreational real estate and rural property for sale, our noteworthy production per broker is matched by very few. The reasoning is simple: Our marketing plan is unique and successful, as a result of matching user requirements with property characteristics. Land and Wildlife limits our broker team to only individuals who share a passion, skills, and the highest level of ethics for the outdoors way of life. Our team is made up of advocates for fish and wildlife, hunting, farming, ranches, mountains, waterfront, timber tracts and their associated resorts. If it's about the Northwest, we understand it and have THE professional team in the field to ensure you the highest standards of real estate experiences. "We Live The Lifestyle We Sell!"
If you're interested in buying or selling land in Oregon, land in Washington or land in Idaho, e-mail or give us a call today, we're eager to assist!

Cable Creek Ranch,Ukiah

Ukiah OR 97880

Ukiah, OR

Price$14,500,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 14168

  • Land
  • Acreage 11,661

Nestled in the Blue Mountain Range of Northeast Oregon, favorably affected by the warm Pacific storms that march up the Columbia River Gorge and Bordered on 2 sides by National forest. The Cable Creek of Ukiah cattle operation consists of 11,661 +/- deeded acres with an estimated 2900+/- available AUM's Amenities and Improvements include; 2 homes and additional cowboy housing. Garages, Barn and multiple outbuildings. Steel corrals, fully covered cattle working facility, miles of fencing,A 4,900'x 90' paved runway; able to accommodate a mid size Learjet.Thousands of yards of pre~crushed rock, prepared for continued road maintenance throughout the ranch. Approximately 3,000 acres of 20-30 year old pre~merchantable timber of various species. The recreational opportunities offered are second to none. Multiple LOP tag availability offers the new owners an opportunity to take advantage of a prosperous outfitter income potential, or continue to manage and enjoy the abundant wildlife that call this ranch home.Qualified buyers and/or Brokers working with qualified buyers are urged to contact listing Broker for full backup information.

Listed by Garrett Zoller of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Kircher's World Class Fly Fishing Ranch - Williamson / Sprague Rivers

3355 Kircher Road Chiloquin OR 97624

Chiloquin, OR3355 Kircher Road

Price$14,299,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 13500

  • Land
  • Bathroom 2
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Address 3355 Kircher Road
  • Acreage 350

WORLD CLASS FLY FISHING RANCH +/-3 miles of River Frontage on the Beautiful Williamson and Sprague Rivers in Klamath County, OregonDeeded River Frontage:Kircher's World Class Fly Fishing Ranch is a unique property that sits on the Waterfront of two of the best Trout Fishing Rivers in the Northwest. River Frontage includes +/-3 miles of the mighty Williamson and the meandering Sprague Rivers. The main Ranch Home sits just up river from the confluence of these two beautiful waterways. When it comes to Big Trout, the Williamson and the Sprague have consistently produced monster fish in large quantities, +24 inch Rainbows are common with Wild Trout up to 10 pounds. Fisherman from around the world have successfully fished these top quality wild fish.A Day On The River: A day spent on the river is what I like to call, “a free day.” Free to breath in the purest of Oregon air with maybe a slight scent of the forest. Free to please your eyes with views that few have seen in person. Free to feel the adrenalin when that monster rips your fly from the surface. Free Days always add days to our lives.Location:The Ranch sits just across the river from the town of Chiloquin, Oregon in Klamath County. It is also near Crater Lake National Park. This is a spectacular place to live and work. Just a short 27 mile drive to the town of Klamath Falls, where you can find a place to meet all of your needs. On the south property line you have private access to hundreds of thousands of acres in the Winema National Forest. That is your playground for outdoor activities. What do you like to do? Riding your horse, mountain bike, side by side, four wheeler, hiking maybe hunting? The area has Mule Deer, Rocking Mtn. Elk, Black Bear and predator hunting. The Klamath Lake area is one of the top birding locations in the US. Did I mention fishing? The fishing is World Class.Access:There is a public use airport. The Chiloquin Airport (CHZ) is at an elevation of 4,217' It has one runway designated 17/35 with an asphalt surface measuring 3,735' by 60'. Road to the ranch is paved to the property. Just minutes from Oregon Hwy 97 and 45 miles north of the California boarder. Housing:The original ranch home from the 1920's is a wonderful gathering place for friends and family. The home is clean, extremely warm, well care for and maintained. There is a shop, barn, garage, and additional storage. There is also, a caretaker's manufactured home.Potential Home Sites:The choices are everywhere. You will find spectacular vista home sites allowing you to see for miles. Maybe you would rather make your home in the big timber. With absolute privacy. Many would chose overlooking the rivers. The choices are many, there really is a place for everyone.Showings:Please give us a call and let us present to you this World Class Fly Fishing Ranch.Shown by APPOINTMENTS ONLY.

Listed by Timothy O'Neil of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Deer Island Stock Ranch

65640 Island Road Deer Island OR 97054

Deer Island, OR65640 Island Road

Price$12,295,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

Pending

MLS Number 13306

  • Land
  • Property SubType Ranches,Waterfront
  • Address 65640 Island Road
  • Acreage 2,174
  • Possible Use Ranch,Waterfront

Special properties available for purchase tend to be few and far between. And then there is that very small handful of select properties so uniquely special they only come along once in a blue moon. The Deer Island Stock Ranch is just such a property and is being offered for the first time in nearly 70 years.Purchased in the 1950s by a successful timber baron as a private hunting and fishing retreat and cattle operation, the ranch presents as a fabled history of a family's connection to a magnificent expanse of land through 5 generations. With the mighty Columbia River rolling along one border, and a slough meandering along another, this offering of nearly 2,200 acres consists of a mix of forest land, pasture land, year-round lakes, seasonal ponds, tide-controlled sloughs, an island and almost 6 miles of private shoreline. The simple truth is there is no place like the Deer Island Stock Ranch, anywhere.Surrounded by unparalleled nature and beauty, the ranch is home to elk, deer, coyote, bald eagles, osprey, hawks, falcons, multiple species of ducks and geese, sandhill cranes, tundra and trumpeter swans and much more. There always seems to be a wildlife surprise around every corner. Ever changing with the seasons and ebb and flow of the Columbia, the landscape is equally dynamic and full of natural wonder.Improvements and amenities include everything needed to comfortably operate the ranch as it has been in the past, or to take it in a new direction limited only by imagination. Features include...5,284 sq ft main house with 8 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, custom mahogany built-ins and a grand fireplace that has been the focal point of countless gatherings1,238 sq ft pool/rec/guest house1,216 sq ft duck clubhouse with separate locker/decoy room1,740 sq ft duplex, ideal for ranch hands7,544 sq ft horse barn w/ loft, approx 100 yrs old with oversized stalls and beautiful old-growth cvg fir5,343 sq ft dairy barn20,676 sq ft covered arena8,600 sq ft machine shed4,760 sq ft shopvarious hay sheds, lean-tos, machine sheds, etcCurrent income sources include...ranch leaseduck club membershipsguided elk huntscell tower lease Scappoose Industrial Airpark offers a 5,100' runway, perfect for private and charter planes, and is an easy 20-minute drive. Portland International Airport is less than an hour's drive.The many sporting and recreation opportunities available on the ranch, along with those in nearby Portland, Mount Hood and the Oregon Coast, make this the ultimate playground for those who enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle. The Deer Island Stock Ranch is a once-in-a-lifetime offering.

Listed by Jon Stagnitti of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Homeplace at Cable Creek Ranch

Pilot Rock OR 97868

Pilot Rock, OR

Price$9,750,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 14181

  • Land
  • Acreage 7,989

The heart of Cable Creek Ranch is known as the Homeplace and consists of 7989+/- deeded contiguous acres with 90 acres irrigated under pivot. The cornerstone of the home place is a 7,500 sq ft. luxury owners estate home boasting an additional 6,000 sq ft. trophy room, a 6,000+ sq. ft.5 bay shop and a professionally designed state of the art lighted clay shooting range. Additional ranch improvements include;Two additional homesCowboys Quarters/OfficeMultiple Machine ShedsMultiple BarnsCovered Hay Storage FacilitiesMultiple Feedlots and CorralsMultiple General Purpose BuildingsMultiple Lean To BuildingsSteel Airplane HangerThe recreational opportunities offered by Cable Creek Ranch are second to none. Multiple LOP tag availability offers the new owners an opportunity to take advantage of a prosperous outfitter income potential, or continue to manage and enjoy the abundant wildlife that call this ranch home.Qualified buyers and Brokers working with qualified buyers are urged to contact listing Broker for full backup information. Showings are by appointment only to pre~qualified buyers with advance notice.

Listed by Garrett Zoller of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Columbia Basin Farmland

73120 Highway 207 Echo OR 97826

Echo, OR73120 Highway 207

Price$8,250,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

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MLS Number 14283

  • Land
  • Address 73120 Highway 207
  • Acreage 980

For the first time, Hale Brothers Farm is available for purchase in the highly desired Columbia River Basin. Bob and Rick Hale, two brothers who are well-known in the West's agricultural community, began operations here over 40 years ago and grew their enterprise into what became, at its peak, one of the region's largest vegetable producers and one of the largest grower, packer and fresh-cut processer of onions in the world. The Hale brothers grew over one billion pounds of vegetables annually throughout their farmland holdings. These 980± acres being offered for sale are some of the last of the brothers' farmland holdings and represent the legacy of their commercial and agricultural accomplishments. Ideal for the owner/operator and farmland investor alike, Hale Brothers Farm is an unparalleled opportunity in today's tightly held Columbia Basin real estate market where quality operating properties are rarely offered to the public. This is an opportunity to acquire an extremely productive farm with substantial upside potential.Hale Brothers Farm is located on State Highway 207 less than 15 miles south of Hermiston and Interstate 84 in the heart of the Columbia Basin. This region is home to the most coveted farmland in the United States, featuring a stable water source from the Columbia River, a long growing season, and ideal seasonal temperatures with hot days and cool nights. Extensive agricultural infrastructure coupled with near perfect growing conditions enable high-valued crops to be grown here that support a consistently strong regional economy and attract investment capital from around the world.This year for the first time, this Hale Brothers Farm received irrigation water from the Columbia River through a newly installed water delivery system tied to the Columbia Improvement District (CID). Connecting the property to the river through CID infrastructure was no small undertaking and required years of planning and a significant capital investment from the owners to accomplish. Water from CID supports and supplements existing surface water rights from Butter Creek (which flows north through the property) and groundwater rights from two irrigation wells. In addition to ensuring a full duty of irrigation water during the growing season, water from CID allows for irrigation during spring and winter months to assist in building up the farm's soil moisture profile ahead of the next growing season. The significance of linking to CID cannot be overstated, as the additional water safeguards the farm during dry years and enables an operator to diversify and raise an expanded number of crops. Of the farm's 980± acres, approximately 867 acres are tillable with 807± acres currently under sprinkler irrigation and 50± acres under a center pivot installed in 2020. In 2006, the owners planted 50± acres of Duke variety blueberries using a drip irrigation system. These were the first blueberries to be grown in the area and continue to provide an excellent return on investment for the owners. The remaining cropland is seeded to wheat, alfalfa, and grass hay. The 2021 irrigated wheat crop averaged 160 bushels per acre, while the alfalfa hay has a historic yield of approximately eight tons per acre. With the additional water from CID, an operator has the option to raise a variety of other crops, such as corn seed, grass seed, peas, snap peas, and, with the conversion to drip irrigation, even melons and root crops.Soils on the property are excellent with the majority comprised of deep silt loam with an estimated water holding capacity of three inches per cubic foot. Most of the tillable land is made up of Powder Silt Loam (0-3 percent slopes), while approximately 50 acres consist of Shano Very Fine Sandy Loam (2 to 7 percent slopes).Building improvements are modest but practical and are well-suited for farm employees or tenants. These include the original house (and also one of the area's earliest homesteads) situated in the main farm compound, a second home located toward the south end of the farm, and a shop building with living quarters located on an elevated bench along the west boundary of the property. There are also several open-sided storage buildings located in the main compound and adjacent to the second residence.Co-listed with Trent Jones of Hall and Hall.FactsPremier Columbia Basin irrigated farm980± total acres with 867± cropland acres760± acres under sprinkler irrigation50± acres under a new center pivot50± acres of Duke variety blueberries under drip irrigationMultiple layers of irrigation water from the Columbia River, Butter Creek, and Irrigation WellsUpdated and well-maintained irrigation equipment and infrastructurePowder silt loam (0-3 percent slopes) across the majority of cropland acresAnnual property taxes are approximately $14,500Building improvements include two homes, shop with living quarters, and multiple outbuildingsLess than 15 miles from Hermiston via paved Highway 207Supplemental video with Craig Reeder: https://youtu.be/taSh-WL9-n4

Listed by Caleb Howard of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Tumalo Farms

68760 George Cyrus Road Sisters OR 97759-9788

Sisters, OR68760 George Cyrus Road

Price$7,700,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 14633

  • Land
  • Property SubType Farms
  • Acreage 467
  • Possible Use Farm
  • Square Feet 6,627

Unique opportunity to own almost 500 acres with 5 separate residential homes. Tumalo Farms is comprised of 5 adjacent lots for sale individually or together in beautiful Sisters, OR. This one-of-a-kind horse property has it all; training racetrack, stables, covered round pen, yearling barn, log cabins, ponds for fishing, storage, acres of farmland, and tons of potential with 315 acres of pressurized irrigation. Live in one of the 5 residential units and rent out the rest; build your dream home with unparalleled panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains and receive income from leased farmland or farm it yourself. Minutes from world famous skiing and mountain biking on Mt. Bachelor, Sisters, OR is that small, artistic town that you've been looking to escape to. Filled with rich history, Tumalo Farms is a unique property that is aching for someone to fulfill its original owner's vision or to create your own.

Listed by John Gill of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Grande Ronde River Legacy Ranch

12062 Shumaker GRADE Anatone WA 99401

Anatone, WA12062 Shumaker GRADE

Price$6,200,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 14235

  • Land
  • Bathroom 4
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Address 12062 Shumaker GRADE
  • Acreage 2,685

*Video coming soon.The Sunrise Ranch presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a 2,684.75+- acre legacy ranch with 1.3+- miles of Grande Ronde River frontage. Without leaving the property, you can hunt trophy mule deer and reel in monster steelhead, rainbow trout, salmon, and smallmouth bass in the same day. A beautiful custom built home overlooks the breathtaking scenery of this ranch and sits on a secluded spot out of sight from the public. Unencumbered by public roads, privacy to the Sunrise Ranch that is unparalleled. See this ranch in-person and you will understand why it has been held by the same owner for over 42 years.Within approximately an hour's drive of the property are the towns of Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA offering all the amenities needed including a commercial airport. Located 11 miles away, the small community of Anatone, WA offers a restaurant. The Sunrise Ranch is remotely located at the end of the Shoemaker Grade Road at an area known as “The Hole in the Wall”. The Hole in the Wall is a hole chipped out of a cliff used for cars to access a bridge that existed until the 1940's. The ranch is neighbored by BLM lands, the Field Springs State Park, and the Shumaker Wildlife Area. The Grande Ronde River is famous with fisherman from throughout the world. Drift boats and rafts occupy the river nearly year-round and spring flows entice many jetboats as well. Explore the canyons and you will discover remnants of first homesteads, horse drawn farm equipment, and the occasional arrowhead showing the rich history this area has to tell.Locked gates and nearly 1.5 miles of driveway isolate the improvements of the ranch ensuring privacy. Once you arrive at headquarters, the quality and care of the improvements really stands out. The main house is a custom built 2,732 sq.ft. home with two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and an office. The main home was built in 2008 with a high quality of craftsmanship with many luxuries including a walk-in gun safe, stonework, a custom engraved front door, a large deck with a hot-tub, and much more. Complementing the main house is an 1,100 sq.ft. guest house with an additional two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The other structures include an exercise room, wine cellar, detached garage, two shops, a historic barn with a tack room, horse facilities, and storage sheds. The property is on the power grid with support of on-site backup generators. Sleep in peace knowing a wildfire prevention system is in place that can be activated remotely from a smartphone or tablet.The hunting and fishing opportunities are abundant. According to rivers.gov- “The Grande Ronde River is a nationally renowned sport fishery, one of the top three in the region. The mainstem and its major tributaries provide spawning and rearing habitat for wild and hatchery stock of spring Chinook, fall Chinook, summer steelhead and rainbow trout. Fishing is excellent even late in season after water levels have receded”. Bass fishing is known to be good on the ranch as well. According to the Seller, “mule deer, whitetail, and chukars regularly die of old age on this ranch”. Bighorn sheep, Hungarian partridges, grouse, black bear, coyotes, rocky mountain elk, and mountain lions are found in this wild country. Interior roads make this ranch accessible for your hunting and fishing adventures.To purchase this legacy ranch is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Trying to find a property on the market similar to the Sunrise Ranch is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Schedule an appointment today.*All potential buyers must show verifiable proof of funds to view this property as required by the Seller.

Listed by Caleb Howard of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Shining Hand Ranch

N Valley View Road Ashland OR 97520

Ashland, ORN Valley View Road

Price$5,895,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 11798

  • Land
  • Bathroom 3
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Address N Valley View Road
  • Acreage 708

Centrally located along the I-5 corridor, between the San Francisco Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest metropolitan areas of Portland and Seattle, this spectacular one-of-a-kind home, on 700 awe-inspiring acres, offers magnificent sanctuary and adventure, as well as convenience. One of the most naturally beautiful regions of the country, this area of southern Oregon is known for a developing wine industry and phenomenal outdoor recreation opportunities. Characterized by four distinct seasons and mild winters, the climate is one of the most sought-after in North America. Designed to reflect and honor the majesty of this natural environment, this home sits on a high bench with open terraces that bring the view so close, you feel like you could reach out and touch it. Unique features like all rounded corners and smooth edges, a perfectly balanced use of the natural elements, and purposeful architectural design, create a remarkable effect, both peaceful and expansive. This home is beyond custom: it is a work of art. This property is an unparalleled place to rejuvenate and become inspired.Home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, Oregon is a delightful art town with unique shopping, a bountiful farmers' market, mineral hot springs, and outdoor eateries alongside the bubbling Ashland Creek, which flows past the open-air Elizabethan Theatre and through Lithia Park designed by John McLaren, developer of Golden Gate State Park. The town enjoys the annual Ashland Independent Film Festival, ScienceWorks hands-on museum, and the Britt Music Festival in historic Jacksonville, which welcomes international acts on an outdoor stage. Local produce, meats, cheeses, and wine from the region's numerous award-winning wineries can be found at area restaurants or at the breathtaking wineries themselves. Twenty minutes north, nearby Medford offers the nation's superstores, major medical facilities, and Rogue Valley International Airport.West of the Cascade Mountain Range and just north of the Siskiyous, the Rogue Valley boasts outdoor adventure all year round - for all levels, young families and adrenaline-chasers alike.Hundreds of glorious hiking and biking trails, including a section of the Pacific Crest Trail, criss-cross through the region, abundant with wildlife, and great for bird-watching with osprey, bald eagles and red tail hawks. Kayaking and rafting, on Class II to Class V rapids, are easily enjoyed on the world-renowned Rogue River and other rivers and creeks that wind through thick forests, volcanic geography, and jaw-dropping gorges. Downhill and cross-country skiing and other snow sports can be found at Mount Ashland Ski Area. Skinner Aviation at Ashland Municipal Airport offers scenic charters, hangar leasing, and other services to private and commercial pilots. A number of lakes are just a short drive away, and southern Oregon offers hundreds of thousands of acres of public lands for recreation. Three hours west, through redwoods, farmland, or expansive inland dunes, lies the mythical Oregon coast where the Pacific crashes onto monolithic sea rocks, and fern, spruce, cedar and fir-covered cliffs.A few minutes drive from I-5, the property immediately embraces you in a sanctuary of wilderness, where magnificent elk herds can be seen roaming the rolling meadows and oak savannas. The property is easily accessible year-round. Two enormous rock faces rise from a blanket of green and greet you as you gently climb higher and approach this spectacular home.The arresting view encompasses the highest peaks on the other side of the valley and the sparkling lights of Ashland nestled below. From Wagner Butte in the north to Mount Ashland in the south, the Siskiyou Mountain Range stretches out before you. Furthest south, the prominent Pilot Rock juts into the sky, and over its shoulder, on the clearest day, Mount Shasta can be seen glittering in the distance.This astonishing home is one of a kind. Earthen tiles cascade down four distinct, rounded roofs crowned with small cupolas, capturing the geometrical beauty of Byzantine architecture. Beneath the tiles, the outer walls are smooth stucco, accented with a myriad of windows, rounded and flowing, reminiscent of the graceful and curvaceous architecture of Antoni Gaudi. Domes and crests of stucco stand against the sky, giving the impression of a white-washed chapel on the island of Mykonos. But despite its references to world-class art and architecture, this home has its own distinct and extraordinary style, borne out in every detail. Brazilian mahogany double doors, hand-carved by local artist Russell Beebe, introduce you to the essence of the home's unique design: a celebration of nature.The sculptural carving depicts a traditional Native American theme with animals of the region including salmon, coyotes and eagles. The doors are framed by sinuous sculptures of trees, wrought in copper, a theme which continues throughout the house and the encircling stone patio. Inside the landing, the granite floor suggests the sandy shore at a river's edge. A low accent of river rocks that flows around the house and into the front landing, ushers you forward to a second set of glass doors wrapped in copper design that stretches out like tree branches onto the glass walls at either side. All the depth and color of the interior and the natural beauty reaching through multitudinous windows, can be seen from this grand entryway, welcoming you home.As you step forward, a custom-designed hardwood floor winds like a river, carrying you in, as it flows and eddies around two free-standing staircases and continues deep into the home. The first staircase captures the eye, curving upward from the left and featuring two carved hawks at the base of a black walnut and glass railing, designed like a treehouse with copper accents. The low river rock wall from the foyer snakes out, supporting an abundance of house plants, and creating a border between the river path floor and a sunken living room on the right. As you curve around the rock wall and plants, the floor gently slopes down, past double glass doors that open to the front terrace and two wide floor-to-ceiling windows that let in the sky. A colorful mosaic of two dragons forming a heart wraps up a wood-burning fireplace. A miniature door to the right of the fireplace houses a wood closet that can be accessed from outside. The exalting cedar ceilings above, and throughout the house, are expertly crafted with tapered tongue-and-groove planks and cedar beams.To the immediate left of the entrance way is the guest bathroom. A translucent blue glass sink drips toward the tiled floor mimicking the water it is home to. Just beyond, rounding out from the first staircase is the dining room. Five large windows let ample light spill into this gracious space, which is embraced by numerous preserved manzanita trees that seem to grow out of the walls and tickle the ceiling. A glass door leads to a back patio and terraced garden that rises up the slope of the hillside. The garden is colorfully landscaped with rose bushes, lavender, rosemary, small needle-leaf trees, and low river rock walls.Continuing through the dining room and further into the house, a wall of windows wraps around a second free-standing staircase featuring two exquisitely carved salmon, and leads to the open, airy center of the home, the kitchen. Beautiful curved granite provides ample counter space and a home to top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. The floor transitions to a warm earth-tone travertine featuring pewter inserts embossed with a spiral design, also found on the pewter drawer pulls. Natural manzanita tree trunks support a large kidney-shaped center island with seating for four. The earthy rose and red tones of this welcoming space are complemented by the blue of the sky and the ever-green of the trees that seem to enter through the abundance of windows. A breakfast bar with seating for four extends part-way into the space, creating a small divide between the kitchen and a relaxed open living space that enjoys five custom skylights, sculptural windows and two sets of glass double doors that open to the stone patio. A flat screen TV hides in the wall of the basement below and slides up to this friendly space for viewing.From here you notice a remarkable quality of the home: every direction provides anawe-inspiring vista, to the natural environs and endless view, but also to the beauty of the home itself. You can see deep into the house from almost any point and enjoy the extraordinary appointments and artwork in the foreground, mid-ground and distant background. It is perfectly cinematic. The sensation is expansive, without being overwhelming, like wandering through a magical wood or the narrow, promising streets of that white-washed Greek isle.The journey continues along the winding hardwood floor to a third living space with magnificent eastern light. There is a full guest bath around the corner. A second passageway from the kitchen leads to an ample pantry and laundry room, and a stunning spiral staircase, built on a single beam of laminated oak that serves as the second entrance to the master suite. The main entrance to the master suite is the second staircase from the entrance. At the top, a row of copper trees curves along the bannister and opens up to a wonderful, airy hideaway. Sculptural windows in the shapes of windswept pines, spruce, and buoyant clouds frame a wall of windows that looks onto the panoramic view - perfect to watch the radiant sunrise and the beautiful shale pink light at sunset. A second wall of windows gazes on the rising terraces of flowers and trees and lets in the bubbling sounds of the garden water feature. The vaulted clear oak ceiling of this rounded room gives a grand sense of spaciousness and privacy.Two arched doorways on the east side lead to a landing area and the master bath. The bath features a bidet and a double sink set in a curved countertop of gorgeous blue Van Gogh granite. A lush teal carpet leads into a second room with so many windows, you almost feel like you've stepped outside. Floor to ceiling glass doors open into a double headed shower. Adjacent is a steam shower in Van Gogh granite, whose greys, blues, rust red, and teal, are beyond luxurious when kissed by the sun. A bell-shaped copper light fixture hangs at the center of the space. A jetted tub is perfectly placed to take in the southern view. A glass door leads to a stone tiled terrace.The master suite terrace features a custom glass railing with a copper bannister that continues the design of the copper trees. The stone tile features spiral designs and a border of large pebbles that form an elegant draining system. The landscaped pond below is circled with a similar border of rounded stones, echoing the terrace design and the river rock wall on the first floor.Further around the terrace, a second door leads back into the house. Crowned with a skylight, this landing area features convenient storage, a closet, and a hidden laundry chute that delivers clothes and sheets straight down to the pantry and laundry area below. A balcony overlooks a sunny first-floor room that might serve as office or yoga space.The spiral staircase gives private access to the kitchen from the master suite, and to the eastern egress. Just outside, the stone terrace leads to an endless pool inside a glass gazebo whose shape reflects the roofs of the home. To the left is a staircase down to the basement level, and beyond, a path to the terraced garden.The first staircase from the entrance leads to the guest bedroom, which is also surrounded with windows and graced with a vaulted cedar ceiling. A glass door opens to another terrace, and here, you are engulfed by the view. It is breathtaking. You might spy any of the abundant wildlife in this 180-degree immersion - wild turkeys, golden eagles, falcons, grazing deer and elk. The full bath is well appointed with granite, framing a large window that shares the glorious vista.The basement level is accessed from the kitchen. Stairs lead to a 3,000 square foot level that is open to the next owner's imagination. The possibilities for this space are vast - from a kingly wine cellar and tasting room, to a Turkish or Russian bath, to a magnificent editing suite and screening room. The four large rooms and half-bath are completely wired and ready for transformation. The egress on the east side leads up a grotto-like stone staircase to the patio with access to the pool gazebo and back garden.Also found below is the control room for the elaborate electrical system, the geothermal temperature control, and the in-floor radiant heating system which has 21 zones in the house. A significant investment to install, the geothermal system is extremely efficient and lends maximum cost efficiency to controlling the temperature of the home.Up the hillside from the home a large half-gazebo opens up to a 52-foot lap pool. There is a hot tub, a cedarwood changing house, and a large utility room. Japanese bridges grace the space behind the gazebo, where a water feature runs through a quiet garden area to a series of small ponds.The 700 acres of land surrounding the home played an important role in the lives of the indigenous peoples who inhabited the area for centuries. A small rise nearby, known as The Wedding Knoll was the site of marriage ceremonies. Two oak trees that were once tied together to represent union now form a natural sculpture with the rope marks still visible.A few minutes drive on the property finds a lovely off-grid cabin, fully equipped with solar power and generator. An open plan living room soars high to a large sleeping loft. The downstairs bedroom features large closets, and the full bath, a claw foot tub. The galley kitchen is equipped with a washer and dryer. A lovely porch wraps around a wall of front windows that looks upon the sweeping view.Whether embraced by the graceful curves and exquisite artistry of the main home, or gazing anywhere on this extraordinary land, you'll find that this property is a place to expand, and be held and nurtured by the incomparable beauty and power of nature.

Listed by Chris Martin of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Christie Orchard

6835 Lower River Road Grants Pass OR 97526

Grants Pass, OR6835 Lower River Road

Price$4,999,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

Pending

MLS Number 13726

  • Land
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Acreage 173
  • Square Feet 924

Welcome to Christie Orchard, located in the beautiful and temperate Rogue Valley of southwestern Oregon. This farm is situated on the world-renowned Rogue River which provides incredible water resources, natural beauty and great recreational opportunities. Currently in pear production, Christie Orchard is one of the most productive properties of it's kind in the region with a combination of sought after Rogue River water rights, and highly productive loam soils.Located in the beautiful and temperate Rogue Valley of southwestern Oregon, Christie Orchard is situated on +/-176 gross acres with eight tax lots. The farm enjoys 3,000 feet of frontage along the Rogue River, and includes its own boat ramp, campsite, and trail along the river. Whitehorse Park adjoins the property on the west side and provides access to an additional 5,000 feet of river frontage for recreation. The property has in excess of 138.40 acres of water rights from the Rogue River. Irrigation water is delivered by buried mainline and solid set over tree sprinklers, which are supported by two pump stations and a total of nine Cornell pumps. All of the water is pulled directly from the Rogue River, and there are multiple three-phase power drops. The property has high quality loam soils with +/-129 acres of Class II sandy loams (+/- 75% of the property) and +/-15 acres of Class II Evans loam soils (+/- 9% of the property). The orchard is currently planted with two varieties of pears, including comice and bosc, which produced just over 1,000 tons of production in 2019. This property also has vast potential to be transitioned to row crops or other agricultural ventures with the combination of Class II soils and available water. There are also 19.95 acres at the southernmost part of the property listed in Josephine County's aggregate inventory.The location is exceptional being just 7 miles to the conveniences of Grants Pass, and 30 miles to the Rogue Valley International Airport. At 900 feet above sea level, the climate is highly sought after with four distinct seasons including a mild winter and a long growing season. Southern Oregon is known for its stunning natural beauty, abundant water, developing wine industry, and niche agricultural opportunities, all with a rich small-town culture. The main homesite is secured by a single-wide manufactured home that was built in 1977. A second homesite may also be available due to overall acreage. With a combination of river frontage, efficient shape, amazing location, level topography, overall size, high quality Class II soils, and available water rights, this offering is one of the most attractive properties in the region. Properties such as this are rarely offered on the open market - and this property is ready for the new owners to start or expand their agribusiness, enjoy the rural lifestyle, or acquire a land holding along the river! The owner of this property would be interested in leasing the property back for a period of time at a mutually agreeable rate and term (call for details).

Listed by Chris Martin of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Woodrat Mountain Farms

Sterling Creek Road Jacksonville OR 97530

Jacksonville, ORSterling Creek Road

Price$4,799,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 13926

  • Land
  • Bathroom 2
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Address Sterling Creek Road
  • Acreage 215

Welcome to Woodrat Mountain Farms. This beautiful 214.71-acre turn-key cannabis farm and facility has a proven track record of success and comes with two Tier II licenses plus all necessary infrastructure. This farm is situated with gorgeous views and extreme privacy, an ideal opportunity to grow or start your cannabis business. This property is the original Benson Arbor farm (brand and intellectual property not included). As you drive to the property, a mix of evergreen and hardwood trees line the road and offer magnificent views of the distant valleys and mountains. The sunsets and crisp, clean air create a peaceful setting with beautiful views for you and your employees. The operation is broken down into two farms, each with its own Tier II outdoor license. The upper farm is permitted for 40,000 square feet of canopy which is currently built out to 37,000 square feet. Infrastructure includes a 6,000 square foot climate-controlled light dep greenhouse that was installed in 2014 and features fully automated shade curtain system, automated ventilation/dehumidification system, 4 raised beds, 1000-watt HPS bulbs, and a 4-zone automatic irrigation system make this greenhouse a growers dream. Modine 120 BTU forced air along with in-bed radiant heating allow you to control the temperature inside the greenhouse. There are twelve 12' by 95' hoop automated “Light Dep Solutions” hoops built in 2019. The remaining outdoor space is fully planted out as well. The upper garden includes a separate 10,000 square foot nursery with four 12' by 95' hoop houses built in 2018. The upper lot has its own irrigation well and holding tanks totaling 30,000 gallons, along with a 2,500-gallon conical tea brewer for feeding. An on-site spring-fed pond with water rights offers additional water storage and appropriation. The upper lot's drying building is 40' by 72' with cement flooring, spray foam insulation, dehumidification, heat, and commercial chillers capable of rapidly cooling the space. The building is divided into a 56' by 40' drying room and 2 trim/germination rooms totaling 16' by 40'.The lower farm location is also licensed for 40,000 square foot capacity.There is a drying shop measuring 35' by 60' that has dehumidification, heat, foam insulation and cement floors. It has its own irrigation well and shares the water rights from the pond and has a capacity of 12,000 gallons in additional holding tanks. 2,500-gallon conical tea brewer for feeding plants as well. Irrigation water is provided by two irrigation wells and a reservoir, and benefits from year-round nursery rights. A combination of Logan Labs, Blue Fox Ag Services, and Soil Scape Solutions have tested and amended the native soil with Organic input. Additionally, the native soil is a rich forest humus chalk full of biochar from a fire that cleared the growing areas in the mid 2000's. The soil, elevation and microclimate make this a wonderful property to consistently produce world class crops. Generators are the primary source of electricity and provide ample power for the current operation. There are two generators included, one is a 75 KVA and the other is a 45 KVA. There is a separate solar system as well that provides power to the dwelling. This property includes a 3 bedroom and 2 bath double-wide manufactured home for the farm operator or caretaker, and is located on the upper farm. The house has an open floor plan, with a walk-in pantry in the kitchen which opens to the main living space. On one end of the house is the master bedroom with an on-suite spacious bathroom which includes a stand-alone shower and separate soaker tub. Located on the opposite side of the house is the additional two bedrooms and bathroom with shower-tub combo.Additionally located on the property is a small office building, tool shed, and employee break room. Two proposed shops have been purchased and will be constructed in time for this year's fall harvest, one at 2,275 square feet and one at 3,200 square feet in the area above the nursery (included in sale price). Surrounded on three sides by public land, the recreational opportunities are limitless and the privacy is remarkable. Located halfway between San Francisco and Portland and just under 3 hours to the Oregon coast, the region is known for a great climate with a distinct four seasons and a mild winter. This property is just under 10 miles from historic Jacksonville, 10 miles to Medford and 13 miles to Interstate 5.

Listed by Chris Martin of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Vashon Island Acreage

Vashon WA 98070

Vashon, WA

Price$4,700,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 13639

  • Land
  • Property SubType Vacant Land
  • Acreage 88
  • Possible Use Vacant Land

Rare eighty-eight acres of gorgeous land on Vashon Island. 190 feet of Puget Sound waterfront with bulkhead. Conveniently situated between Seattle and Tacoma.Vashon Island is 40 square miles and has about 10,000 residents. It rests in a saltwater body called the Puget Sound. Puget Sound is an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, and part of the Salish Sea. It is located along the northwestern coast of the U.S. state of Washington. It is a complex estuarine system of interconnected marine waterways and basins, with one major and two minor connections to the open Pacific Ocean.A fantastic development opportunity that includes five contiguous parcels, all with separate parcel numbers. Zoning density allows up to one unit for every five acres. Bulk of the land is gently sloping with Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains views possible. Over 1300 feet frontage on paved Wax Orchard Road.Heavily wooded with mature douglas fir, gorgeous streams, marshes, and a beautiful forested canyon leading down to the shore of the Puget Sound The land calls out for stewardship and the loving care it deserves.Located on Vashon Island in the Puget Sound which is a saltwater inland sea, conveniently positioned between Seattle and Tacoma. Commute is a short ride on a Washington State automobile ferry to either Seattle or Tacoma. Ferries run daily every hour or two.Local residents enjoy the friendly, rural lifestyle of this tight-knit island culture. Artist communities, organic farms, horse ranches, wine tasting, all close in to the city and yet it feels like another world!Water well required, no sewers available.

Listed by Jeff King of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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Hillcrest Main Ranch

7565 Hillcrest Road Medford OR 97504

Medford, OR7565 Hillcrest Road

Sale Price$4,500,000

Sold

MLS Number 13854

  • Land
  • Property SubType Residential
  • Address 7565 Hillcrest Road
  • Acreage 1,203
  • Possible Use Residential

1203 + /- acres with three homes in a beautiful, treed setting next to green pastures and a small private lake with a dock to enjoy family retreats and outdoor entertainment. Located minutes to hospitals and the Rogue Valley International Airport, this ranch offers the potential for multiple home sites with exceptional views overlooking the valley. Enjoy the many trails for ATV, horseback riding, or hiking. Hunting opportunities include blacktail deer, elk and wild turkey. This family compound will be a place your kids will remember forever

Listed by Tom Damon of Land and Wildlife ~ AK, ID, OR, WA

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