Drift Creek Ranch
Drift Creek Ranch represents one of the last great strongholds of wild salmon, steelhead and sea-run cutthroat trout in the lower 48. Comprised of 126 +/- acres of pristine, completely private, Oregon Coast Range forest, the ranch contains approximately 15 acres of cross-fenced pasture, a 3,932 sqft custom creekside home with mature landscaping, large barn, tack room and more.
E. R. Pooley Estate
The E. R. Pooley Estate is a secluded family retreat and historic home located 10 minutes from downtown Hood River, Oregon. Designed by famed architect, Jamieson Parker of Portland, and constructed between 1926 and 1928, the estate is comprised of 4,994 sqft, a 7-bedroom/4.5-bath main residence. In addition, there is a 568 sqft 1-bedroom/1-bath caretaker’s home, an attached two-car garage and gated entry with stunning views of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams. Situated on 58.23 acres in the small town of Pine Grove, this estate is rare in that it contains both Hood River frontage and big mountain views. With 0.3 mile of Hood River frontage and 0.3 mile of Neal Creek frontage, this offering enjoys the coho salmon and steelhead spawn onsite. The Hood River supports runs winter and summer steelhead, chinook salmon and coho salmon. Though close to nearby amenities, the bulk of the estate and riverfront is invisible to neighbors and is not visible from any public road. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a property that has been in the same family since inception.
The McGinnis Ranch
The McGinnis Ranch is located west of the resort town of Bend, Oregon, in the Tumalo area. This Oregon ranch is comprised of 77.75 acres of farmland with a viewscape across the Cascade Mountain Range. The majority of the acreage is irrigated on a rotational basis with senior water rights from the Tumalo Irrigation District. Improvements are plentiful with a custom-designed 4,900 sqft farmhouse and attached 3-car garage. The caretaker’s home has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths with an attached 2-car garage. In addition, the carriage house is ideal for guests. The ranch has won numerous awards including Bend’s Outstanding Design Award and is the two-time winner of the Central Oregon Master Garden Tour. The property is professionally landscaped with perennial gardens throughout. The Japanese garden is rumored to be the largest of its kind east of the Cascades. The McGinnis Ranch represents the best in elegance and rustic charm.
Oakview Ranch is a sportman’s paradise that is comprised of 144 acres of old-growth oak stands, open meadows, creeks, vernal pools and wetlands. Previously a grass-seed farm, the wetlands and vernal pools that were once prevalent throughout the Willamette Valley, have been restored on the property through a program with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. An 80-acre conservation easement held by the USDA now protects these wetlands and waterfowl and wild game magnets in perpetuity. Hunting is still allowed under easement, making this property a waterfowl hunter’s dream. Additionally, the ranch enjoys approximately ½ mile of Crabtree Creek, which supports resident rainbow and cutthroat trout, bass, bluegill and steelhead, and a ¾ mile section of Little Creek, an intermittent tributary to Crabtree Creek. Other species on the property include black-tailed deer, wild turkey, valley quail, dove, beaver and occasional visits from Roosevelt elk. The ranch has multiple structures on the property, and the ranch is fully self-sufficient for energy, water and food. The main house is comprised of a total of approximately 4,800 sqft of livable space including a 3-car garage with an extra bay for two ATVs, a large recreation room, custom wood floors, and two kitchens; one is a chef’s kitchen.
Located 15 minutes west of Fossil, Oregon, The Parker encompasses 3,200 acres of creeks, springs, draws, basalt cliffs and juniper on the flanks of the John Day River. The Parker is a portion of the vast, famed Stanley Ranch, known for its large 350”+ class bulls and heavy-horned mule deer bucks that migrate along the ranch and adjacent private lands. With a resident area herd estimated at 600 elk, the Parker is situated in the middle of these private ranches and considered a hunter’s haven. The ranch enjoys all of the components needed to sustain and hold big game. In addition to the deer and elk, The Parker is home to chukar, grey partridge and California quail, as well as the occasional pheasant. Other big game animals that can be seen occasionally on the ranch include pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, bison and barbary sheep.
RiverSong Farm and Forest Sanctuary
The RiverSong Farm and Forest Sanctuary is comprised of 91 +/- acres of open fields, irrigated farmland and forestland located in the Hood River Valley along a secluded stretch of the Hood River. The property consists of three distinct elevation and habitat zones.
Stone Forest Farm
Stone Forest Farm is nestled in the Trask River Valley just 15 minutes southeast of Tillamook and some of the most amazing beaches and vistas on the Oregon Coast. Stone Forest Farm is only a short 1.5 hour drive from Portland. In addition, the Port of Tillamook Bay Airport is 12 miles from Stone Forest Farm
The Riverhouse on the Lower Deschutes
Located north of Madras, Oregon, the Riverhouse on the Lower Deschutes is positioned on a 0.63-acre lot with 200 feet of river frontage along the famed Lower Deschutes River and deeded access to an additional 200 feet upstream.