“Land like these acres are rarely offered to the public and provide a variety of possibilities, including conservation easements, preservation of the steelhead and salmon streams, or harvesting of the timber,” said Roger Dryden, listing broker for Mason & Morse Ranch Company.
More than 18,000 acres of prime Oregon timber, grazing and recreational land will offered in three separate tracts or in its entirety at public auction on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012.
This roughly 18,000-acre property is one of the last remaining large blocked privately held timber, hunting and grazing properties in Oregon. The predominant timber on the property is Ponderosa Pine, with some Doug Fir as well. This outstanding piece of acreage also features excellent year-round roads, a solid-built cabin, several springs, year-round streams, creeks, flood-irrigated meadows and abundant water rights. The current owner has operated a successful logging business for more than twenty years in Central Oregon. The new owners will benefit from the ongoing growth of the timber and will be able to capitalize on the upturn of the economy as it brings about an increase in the housing starts and demand for lumber.
The wildlife is plentiful on this tract, with elk, mule deer, turkey, coyotes and black bear. Whether your interest is in hunting or photography, this outstanding property has the mountains, stream beds and open vistas you are seeking. With a manned lookout tower atop Stephenson Mountain (about 5,600-foot elevation) your investment is likely the safest property for miles.
This amazing property is being offered through United Country — Mason & Morse Ranch Company. Click here for additional information or contact Roger Dryden at (541) 480-4818.