Irrigated Grazing Land with 2 Homes

Property Types: Farms, Home

$315,000 / 68 Acres / Available

  • $315,000
  • Total Acres:67.90
  • Closest Town:Ontario
  • County:Malheur County
  • Property Type: Farms, Home
  • Home Style: Single Level
  • State Hunting Unit: 65
  • Equestrian
  • Farm/Crops/Ag
  • House/Cabin
  • Irrigation
  • Outbuilding/Barn/Shed
  • Total Acres: 67.90
  • Zoning: C-A1 Farm Use
  • Irrigated Acres 50.00
  • Estimated Taxes: 599.16
  • Source of Lot Size: Assessor/Tax Data
  • No Of Homes: 2
  • Home Construction type: frame
  • Home Stype: Single Level
  • Home Stype: 1128
  • Bedrooms(s): 2
  • Total Bathrooms(s): 1
  • Full Bath: 0
  • Year of Build: unknown
  • Parking: Detached Garage, Carport
  • No of Outbuildings: 3

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Farmland located in a quiet country setting just minutes from the Snake River. This property consists of two tax parcels which combined are 67.90 acres. With its fenced pasture which is currently planted in alfalfa, this land is perfect for grazing cattle or horses. The farm has multiple outbuildings which are perfect for storing hay, RVs, or farm equipment.   These include a barn, tool shed, and a covered carport. Additionally, irrigation is provided through the Malheur District Improvement Company and the gated pipe is included with the sale of the property.

Besides the agricultural attributes, the acreage showcases two residences. A single level ranch home sits on the 49.17 parcel.   It is 1,128 sq ft with 2 bedrooms,1 bathroom and features a propane fireplace. The second home located on the 18.73 acre parcel is 1,004 sq ft with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. Both homesites are easily accessible from Annex Road and have mature shade trees to provide shade during the summer season.

The property is located less than 2.5 miles outside of Weiser, Idaho.   Weiser  is located very close to the border between Idaho and Oregon.   It is here that the Snake and  Weiser  rivers converge, with the Snake River forming the border between the two states.  Its strategic location along on the banks of these beautiful rivers makes Weiser a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Opportunities exist for camping, boating, hunting, fishing, backpacking, mountain biking, white water rafting, skiing, and a plethora of other outdoor recreation.  Besides the rivers, the area is host to many local reservoirs including Manns Creek, Crane Creek, and Paddock Reservoir.  All of which are great destinations to visit if you enjoy boating, swimming, fishing or hiking.   Many county residents appreciate strolling or biking along the  Weiser River Trail, which is an 84-mile-long public recreational trail formed along the old Pacific and Idaho Northern railroad grade. This trail follows the Weiser River, provides access to thousands of acres of public lands, and is a great place to spot big game, waterfowl and other wildlife.

Weiser  is also known as the “Fiddling Capital of The World” and is home to the National Oldtime Fiddlers Contest and Festival.   Other local events residents enjoy include the Annual Crab Feed and Auction, the Holiday Night Light Parade, the Weiser Valley Roundup Rodeo, and the Washington County Fair.

To the south of the property is Ontario, Oregon. Ontario is an agricultural community that lies along the Oregon-Idaho border overlooking the Snake River. The area is known for its prime agricultural growing land which commonly produces crops such as russet potatoes, sugar beets, and onions. Its location is unique in that it is near the point where four major rivers converge. These rivers are the Snake, the Malheur, the Owyhee and the Payette rivers. Besides the robust agricultural economy, Ontario offers its residents several local events and cultural opportunities. Local attractions include The Four Rivers Cultural Center, the Annual Great Owyhee Ride, and Malheur County Fair.  

Ontario is also close to some beautiful natural attractions such as Malheur Butte, the Owyhee Reservoir, and Leslie Gulch. Ontario is also on the eastern edge of the Treasure Valley, which encompasses the Boise metro area and is a mere one-hour drive from Boise, Idaho.

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