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Welcome to 210 W Blue St, a 17.63-acre horse property with panoramic views of the beautiful Coglan Buttes and Chewaucan Marsh. This well-maintained property historically served as a residence and horse training facility and now offers great potential for a home where equine recreation is paramount. Easily accessible from Hwy 31, yet removed enough for guaranteed privacy, this fenced property sits high above the town of Paisley, 40 minutes north of Lakeview, OR. The one story, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom ranch-style home was built in 2001. The home is made up of 2200 SF (per the seller) with a porch entrance and a galley kitchen that offers a grand view of the valley below. Cottonwoods, poplar, apple and apricot trees add pleasant variety to the landscaping and are completed by stone work accents. Adjacent to the home is a 16FT x 22FT cabin and small shed/workshop that are reminiscent of the homesteading past of the region. The 11,232 SF covered arena with private tack room and 14 FT door sits to the east of the property with a 40 FT outdoor extension. To the south of the partially enclosed arena are 5 24FT x 36FT pens with covered hay storage for livestock and an additional 200FT x 100FT fully fenced outdoor arena. The remaining portion of the southern property can be subdivided (buyer to perform due diligence). The local internet provider, TNET, hosts free WiFi via terminals on the property by the cabin and shed. Down the grade from the home is Small Creek that provides water to parcels in the valley below. Although not fishable, this creek adds additional character to the property with year-round flowing water. Paisley provides incredible access to the Oregon Outback and plentiful outdoor recreation opportunities. Summer Lake offers some of the best waterfowl hunting in the region, with the Summer Lake Hot Springs being just outside of town to the north. To the south are Drews Reservoir and Dog Lake, both known for their excellent bass and trout fishing. The property is merely minutes from the Fremont National Forest, so large and small game hunting, hiking, biking, and a variety of other outdoor recreation activates await. And with Lakeview only an hour south on Hwy 31, additional amenities, medical assistance, and airport are not far away.