Antioch Family Ranch, Oregon
Property Types: Residential
The Antioch Road Family Ranch is located in one of the prettiest areas of Southern Oregon and is situated in the low-lying mountains above the Rogue Valley. The property has just over 82 acres of diverse topography and offers a unique combination of a family residence, two additional dwellings for rental income, pasture, mixed trees, hunting, trail riding, and more. This ranch is an easy 15-mile drive to the town of Eagle Point and just a twenty-mile drive from both Medford and the Rogue Valley International Airport. At approximately 1,850 feet above sea level, the property experiences the mild winters and the distinct four seasons for which the area is known.
The lower section includes a large pond and approximately 18 acres of pasture. Much of the pasture is naturally sub-irrigated throughout the spring and early summer. The topography is nearly level and the native grasses grow well. This property was historically a sheep ranch but could easily run cattle or horses. The upper pastures include approximately beautiful 12 acres. Above the upper pasture is approximately 32 acres of rolling, moderately timbered ground. Approximately 700’ from the back property line is a year-round spring that feeds a wild game waterhole, and at one time was piped down to the homes and front pasture.
Overlooking the lower pasture are the property’s three homes. The main home is a 1982 stick-built home that features three bedrooms and two bathrooms, an efficient floor plan, and a wood-burning fireplace. The second home sits immediately on the bluff overlooking the pasture and is a 1970 single wide mobile home that was recently updated on the inside and totals two bedrooms and one bathroom. The third home sits a comfortable distance back and is a 1966 single wide mobile home with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two additions. Total monthly income is currently $2,490 gross for all three dwellings. All three homes are legal dwellings (ability to be rented and/or replaced) and have their own well, septic systems, and power meters. One well was recorded at 75 GPM and the other two are good per owner. Other improvements to the property include two RV sites with septic hookup between the second and third homes. There are also several small shop/storage buildings, an old barn, and three pump sheds.
The three dwellings are located on the two “front” parcels, with the third “back” parcel being raw land with some possible marketable timber and spring with water hole (buyer to do due diligence regarding any home site potential for this back parcel). The property is backed by BLM (over 1,000 acres) on the Eastside and partially on the Southside (see maps). The property also has two seasonal creeks. This area is home to deer, elk, bear, and many more species of wildlife. Situated in the Evans Creek Hunting Unit, this property is able to partake in the late-season archery rut hunts that the region is known for. Elk can also often be found in the pasture and at the pond.
Eagle Point is just ten miles northeast of Interstate 5 and six miles northeast of Medford. Eagle Point is considered the "Gateway to the Lakes" in Jackson County: sitting at the junction of State Highway 140 to Klamath Falls there are the Lake of the Woods, Fish Lake, Four Mile Lake, and Klamath Lake and by State Highway 62 there are Crater Lake, Lost Creek Reservoir, and Diamond Lake.