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Welcome to 111 Loper Lane, a great combination of irrigated pasture, rural home, creek frontage, and recreational land too! With 43.88 acres, there is plenty of room for all of your adventures with a stunning setting to also call home.
This property has natural beauty with tree lined pastures, rolling hillside with oak savannas, sections of timber and cooling creeks flowing though. The irrigated pastures are well laid out, with one pasture being to the southeast of the home and the other pasture being to the southwest. Plus, with 7.81 acres of water rights, there are great opportunities for a large garden, commercial crops, or continuing the pasture for livestock. The water rights pull directly from the creeks, with the property benefiting from approximately 2,350 feet of frontage along Trail Creek (year-round) along the northern boundary and approximately 960 feet of frontage on Canyon Creek (seasonal).
The mid-1940's home is primed for new owners to come make it their own with three bedrooms, one bathroom, large living and utility rooms, and 1,422 square feet. A large and historic barn sits northeast of the home, with all the rural charm yet functional for farm use. The shop, with its sliding entry doors, concrete floor, and power sits northwest of the home and provides great storage for your boat, ATV, or other off-road adventure vehicles. Additional storage can be found throughout the property with several other sheds and utility buildings, including a detached carport near the home.
Southern Oregon is known for a rich small-town culture, a distinct four seasons with a mild winter, and abundant outdoor recreation opportunities. In addition to the Rogue River, southern Oregon has a multitude of lakes, rivers, and streams for fishing, camping, hiking and white-water boating. The region also has vast public lands for recreation, hiking, hunting and much more. This property is approximately 4 miles to the town of Shady Cove, 15 miles to the delightful river town of Eagle Point, and approximately 26 miles to the town of Medford.