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Located in the beautiful Pine Valley of eastern Oregon, these 116 +/- acres present a great opportunity to own a private slice of rural America. The property is located approximately 3 miles from the small town of Halfway, population 303, in northeast Baker County. This area of Oregon is known far and wide for its exceptional recreational opportunities which include: hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, boating, white water rafting, and much more! Close proximity to the Snake River and thousands of acres of National Forest lands provide unlimited outdoor possibilities. A custom built 2 story home sits atop a small knoll providing for a private setting with excellent views of Pine Valley, Wallowa Mountains and all the way to Idaho. Direct access to thousands of acres of public lands for hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, horseback riding and more is only one mile up the road. It is possible to snowmobile, ride horses or ATV's directly from this property. The home features 4 bedrooms, with the master suite located on the main story and the remaining bedrooms on the upper level. There are 2 1/2 bathrooms, 1 1/2 on the main level and a full bath upstairs. Also featured in the home is an office space, mudroom, and the pool table in the bonus room upstairs stays with the property! Heat is provided via forced air from a furnace in addition to a pellet stove. The attached garage provides covered parking. A covered deck provides a wonderful area to relax and entertain guests and the hot tub stays with the property as well. An underground sprinkler system for the lawn is connected to the domestic well. The shop is 32' x 48' with insulated walls and a wood stove for heating during the winter months. There is an enclosed 8' x 25' room with climate control that can utilized in many different ways. There is a 12' x 12' roll-up door, plumbed air lines and 220v power to the building. Attached to the shop is a 12' x 48' lean to which provides additional storage and parking. Irrigation from 5 Point Ditch is applied via gravity pressure through a mainline to a 4 tower pivot, handlines & big gun sprinkler. The center pivot covers approximately 44 acres while the handlines and sprinklers cover about 30 acres. There are 3 acres of water rights below the Oliver Ditch which are applied with flood irrigation. The irrigation season typically lasts until the middle of July, but can vary either shorter or longer depending upon the water year. Historical hay production has been between 1 - 1.5T per acre on one cutting. On years when the irrigated ground has been grazed, the owners have run 38 800lb calves from late April to the end of August. Another grazing option utilized by the owners is 20-25 cow/calf pairs with the same timeline.