589 King Mountain Trail

Property Types: Ranches, Home, Cabin, Recreational

$549,000 / 119 Acres / Available

  • $549,000
  • Total Acres:119
  • Closest Town:Wolf Creek
  • County:Josephine County
  • Property Type: Ranches, Home, Cabin, Recreational
  • Home Style: Log
  • ATV/Off Road
  • Cycling/Mountain Biking
  • Hiking/Climbing
  • House/Cabin
  • Hunting - Big Game
  • Hunting - Predator/Varmint
  • Hunting - Small Game
  • Hunting - Turkey
  • Pond/Lake
  • Total Acres: 119
  • Zoning: FC
  • Topography: Level, Rolling, Wooded, Hillside
  • Estimated Taxes: 948.00
  • Source of Lot Size: Assessor/Tax Data
  • No Of Homes: 1
  • Home Construction type: Logframe
  • Home Stype: Log
  • Home Stype: 2,448
  • Bedrooms(s): 3
  • Full Bath: 3
  • Year of Build: unknown
  • Parking: Off Street
  • No of Outbuildings: 0


Privately set on 119 acres of prime, wooded land in the picturesque Sunny Valley! This 2448 sq. ft. (+/-) rustic log home is full of character and features 3 beds & 3 baths. The home is situated to capture the beautiful views of the private pond and the surrounding mountains and valleys. The property also enjoys a fenced garden area adjacent to the home, allowing for gardening of all kinds. The irrigation is fed from Slagle Creek into the upper pond and then gravity pressurized to the property.The spring provides pristine water for household use. The land truly caters to a recreational lifestyle with an abundance of wildlife and hunting opportunities, including blacktail deer, elk, turkey, and bear. Several trail systems around the property for hiking, ATV's and access to the private shooting range and a second pond. Both ponds have water right, call for more details.  The adjacent property is also listed for sale 583 King Mtn Trl (40 acres) listed at $425,000.


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