There is a lot to see here, so grab a cup of tea and get ready to take it all in! The home was built in 1910, rumored to be a Sears Kit House. It is a four-corner style home, with a wrap around porch. In the 90’s extensive work was done on the foundation, electrical, plumbing, windows, etc. There is an older 2 car garage, detached. A 4 stall dog kennel with concrete floor is used as a garden shed and chicken coop. A white wood fence surrounds the kitchen garden just off the large concrete patio. A 3 bay shop offers 1 bay with a concrete floor and 220, perfect for tools and tractor parking. An old wood shop has been converted to a man cave, with power but no plumbing. A covered arena for your riding needs, and an old wood barn with 4 over sized stalls, tack room feed room and loft. The timbers used to built this are incredible to look at. Pastures, paddocks, hay fields and a large garden patch make up the ground space. There is also a 2004 manufactured home with a 2 car carport on a conditional use farm dwelling permit.
4 bedroom | 2 bathrooms | 2,288 sq ft | 19.14 acres
In 1997, I started my real estate career. It was years later, about 2005 when I noticed I was selling a fair amount of acreage and horse property. Being a horse person, I knew a lot of other horse people. It was fun to sell country property, and thought it would be great to create a purposeful website for acreage and horse property in Oregon. In 2008 I came across a program that was designed to help real estate agents build a niche website, which took about a year of research, planning, and design. Then, in 2010 we launched the site, promoting it at the NW Equine Expo. Since then, the business has steadily grown. You can read what some of our clients have to say.