Enjoy incredible privacy yet close-in convenience in this hidden, end-of-the-road, gated and fenced park setting. Just 2 road miles from Ashland’s city limits and 3 from its airport, the property is not visible from any public road and is further concealed by its evergreen and other vegetation. All 14.23 acres are zoned EFU for agriculture. Water sources include an artesian well (21 gpm with a 1 hp pump), an 1852 private water right for part of the property and Talent Irrigation District rights for the rest. The soil is sandy loam and some silty clay loams, the land is level to gently sloping, and year-round Clayton Creek flows through it. Current uses include large treed lawns, an acre of blueberries, a small forested area, a small pond, and several acres of open pasture and unused land.
The opportunity now exists (after a change in circumstance for the owner of 39 years) to purchase this unique property with a quality, custom home under construction in time to personalize the finish. Rough elec/plmg/mech and final framing are approved and bids are in place for insulation and drywall.
The house is 4,500 sf (3,380 without the downstairs which is currently setup as a woodworking shop). Nearly all fixtures/appliances plus a central vacuum and automation system with control for security, lighting, audio, intercom, and more have been purchased and are included. Charter Spectrum high speed internet/TV, landline phone, and excellent cell service handle communication needs. Access is a county approved private road, a fire station is 5 minutes away, the buildings are not in a floodplain, and taxes are reduced under a farm assessment. A 2 car garage and separate carport are attached, a pump house and two small outbuildings provide additional space, and a 1,568 sf manufactured home provides current living quarters and is included.