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Welcome to the Colestin Valley, just south of the town of Ashland in SW Oregon. The ranch buildings and residence were completed in 1999. The Craftsman-style finishes, and tasteful stained glass accent the careful consideration afforded design and quality throughout the home. This 45+/- acre ranch property is uniquely situated and complements a landscape with striking views of mountains, meadows, pastures, and nearby palisades. The custom 1872 square foot home has 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths (one bath with a claw-foot tub). With RV hookups/pump out, the property is zoned Exclusive Farm Use and has water rights to 22 acres, pastures are currently used for hay production and grazing and well suited for horses and adjoins BLM land along the full length of the property. There is opportunity for miles of riding or hiking. Cottonwood Creek flows through the property seasonally. Outbuildings include a shop and barn. The ranch is located just a 'stone's throw' from the California border at an elevation of approximately 2900 feet.