Historic Lake Creek Ranch

Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Waterfront, Recreational, Timber Land

$650,000 / 309 Acres / Sold

  • $650,000
  • Total Acres:309
  • Closest Town:Lake Creek
  • County:Jackson County
  • Property Type: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Waterfront, Recreational, Timber Land
  • Water Rights: 21
  • Boating/Sailing/Rafting
  • Development Potential
  • Equestrian
  • Fishing
  • Hiking/Climbing
  • House/Cabin
  • Hunting - Big Game
  • Outbuilding/Barn/Shed
  • Stream/River
  • Waterfront
  • Total Acres: 309
  • Deeded Acres:309.00
  • Leased Acres: 25,000.00
  • Zoning: EFU
  • Irrigated Acres 21.00
  • Riverbottom Acres 35.00
  • Estimated Taxes: 1208.29
  • Source of Lot Size: Assessor/Tax Data
  • No Of Homes: 0
  • Bedrooms(s): 0
  • Full Bath: 0
  • Year of Build: unknown
  • No of Outbuildings: 0

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

309 acres +- of superb ranching, recreation, hunting and healthy living  

Homestead settled 1860. Backs to BLM, springs, irrigation, meadows and forest.

Electric, well, septic in place. Fenced and, cross fenced

1/2 mile of cold, crystal clear South Fork Little Butte Creek runs through the property. Trout stream with salmon runs.

21  acres irrigation (free water) hay/pasture on bottom north of creek. Appox 15 acres of farm ground on bottom south of creek. Great bull pasture while cows in the mountains, or cut good quality hay.

Ranch improvements usable. NO FEMA DESIGNATED FLOOD PLAIN.

Mature fruit trees, garden area.

Property consists of several elevations, meadows, parklands, marketable timber, oak woodlands and rock formations, Many springs and seasonal creeks. No start thistle, very beautiful.

Upper ranch has rolling hills, partially developed spring at old homestead, pioneer rock wall and great views. Lots of sun. Great grass for spring and fall grazing.

Good fall hunting with natural deer habitat and adjacent to BLM.

Easy access on all-weather paved road, 7 miles past Lake Creek Store.

This ranch as great potential with good ranch neighbors, no fog, pristine air, natural beauty, 1/2 mile of strong creek with very old (1882) water rights and beautiful views with easy access, seclusion, and privacy.

Warmer in winter and cooler in summer than Medford or Eagle Point.

Good access over the mountains to Ashland, Oregon

Also Available  

Drive your cattle to the High Cascades Mountains summer range, drift down in the fall.                                        25000+- acre grazing permit  225  cow/calf pairs and 5 horses from July 1 to  October 15.  

Very well watered by numerous creeks and springs. Excellent grass and browse, always lots of feed. 3800-5200 foot elevation, diverse range of feed. Big timber and meadows. Some clearcut, good fencing, good ranger district, no endangered species, fat healthy calves. Easy on, easy off.

Forest Services requires transfer of ownership of cows or base property to transfer grazing  

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