Allstead Lane Ranch
The Allstead Lane Ranch is a located approximately 6 miles northwest of Halfway, OR, covering 345 deed acres, of which approximately 94 acres have an irrigation water right. Situated on the northern edge of the property is a border with Forest Service land, providing a picturesque natural backdrop. The ranch features 20-25 acres of charming meadows, complemented by timber stands that rise to the north. The property features two creeks, Pine Creek and Dixie Creek, enhancing its scenic appeal. Wildlife enthusiasts will find the ranch appealing, as it supports a variety of animals such as deer, elk, black bears, and turkeys.
The Allstead Lane Ranch is conveniently situated in Pine Creek Unit #62, making it suitable for hunters seeking two LOP (Landowner Preference) tag applications for deer and elk. The property is currently leased out for summer grazing, to the adjacent USFS grazing permit holder. The ranch also offers practical amenities, including a two-story farmhouse with three bedrooms and one and a half baths. Additionally, there are steel corrals/horse pens with a squeeze chute, two storage sheds, and a horse shelter.
Halfway itself offers various amenities such as restaurants, a grocery store, a hardware and feed store, and more. Pine Eagle School in Halfway provides K-12 education. The zoning for the Allstead Lane Ranch is designated as EFU (Exclusive Farm Use). The ranch's location near the historical gold mining community of Cornucopia adds cultural and historical interest. Outdoor recreation enthusiasts will appreciate the easy access to the Wallowa Whitman National Forest and Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area, providing opportunities for outdoor exploration and recreation.