This incredible equestrian provides so many options with the main home, legal farm dwelling home, and hardship bunkhouse for qualifying buyers, offering dual living potential. There is the main arena building, all-weather outdoor arena, 150’ round pen, 2nd barn, and fenced paddocks with shelters. All this and a perfect setting bordering a branch of the Santiam River.
This property is tucked just far enough away from it all to allow for
peaceful living. Located just 20 minutes east of Salem and 75 minutes to Portland Oregon with easy access to I-5.
This 54.14-acre property is all level and useable. The soils are mainly Sandy Loam and allow for excellent drainage. This property is fenced and cross fenced. A branch of the Santiam River runs through the back of the property and Steelhead, Salmon, and Native Trout run along this leg of the river and provide your own exclusive fishing privileges. There are 45 acres of pasture with some of the property along the river which is treed. Adventure across the bridge to the secret pasture area that is also completely fenced. Photograph or hunt for deer and wild turkey on your own property. There are also trails to ride along this stretch of the river. The property is narrow with several large bordering properties (grapes on one side, hazelnuts on the other side). There are 9.8 acres of water rights.
Main Home: The 1587 square foot stick-built updated home sits at the front of the property and has been tastefully remodeled. There are three bedrooms and 2 baths. This home offers great views of the outdoor arena and arena building from the back deck. The campfire area is a great place to hang out, entertain friends, and practice your dutch oven cooking skills.
Farm Dwelling Home:
This home is a legal farm dwelling home with its own
address and sits on the complete other end of the property near the river. It is a comfortable 1512 sf manufactured home built in 2006, with an open floor plan and beautiful pastoral views. Next to this home is a 5-stall barn with its own hay storage. You can also enjoy riding in the 150-foot round pen arena while you listen to the river.
This apartment is available for the buyer that qualifies for hardship and has recently been tastefully remodeled. Call the listing agent for more details.
Covered Arena Barn:
This working horse ranch business has been established since 2001. The arena building has a 60X120 arena and nine 12X12 stalls, with feed doors and are fully matted with automatic waterers. The insulated tack room is 12X20 and the 12X12 wash rack has both hot and cold water. At the back of the building is a 24X36 hay shed.
The bunkhouse has six stalls.
There is a 2nd barn at the back of the property that provides 5 additional stalls and a hay storage area.
All three barns offer a total of 20 stalls on the property. In addition, there are 9 pasture areas with sheds that can accommodate 9 additional horses.
Large outdoor Arena:
The all-weather 120X240 outdoor arena has wonderful sand footing and allows for year-round riding. This arena is conveniently located at the front of the arena building. Plenty of parking for events around the arena barn. There is also a 150-foot round pen located at the back of the property with great sand footing.
Rental & Lease Agreements:
The ranch currently operates as a full-care boarding facility with full care board rates at $375 and outdoor stalls offered at $225. The farm dwelling is currently leased for $1750 and the tenant assists with farm chores in addition.
Electricity is provided by PGE and DSL internet service is provided by Stayton Telephone Coop (STCT). Fiber-optic internet is soon to be available.
There are two wells located on this property. One well is located near the main home and the well log shows a depth of 100 feet. The 2ndwell is located at the back of the property and that log shows a depth also of 100 feet with a flow of 30 gallons per minute. An abundance of water at this property.
Septic: The septic for the main home for this property is located on the south side of the home. The mfd farm dwelling at the back of the property has its own system.