$2,950,000
2,838.65± Acres
New Listing
Sherman County, Oregon

Bardenhagen Grass Valley Farms - Dynamic Farm for Sale

ID: 54785
Status: New Listing
Price: $2,950,000
Acres: 2,838.65±
Price Per Acre: $1,039
Type: Farms, Ranches, Recreational Land
Address: 93190 Liberty Ln
Address 2: 94072 Wilson Ln
City, State: Grass Valley, Oregon
County: Sherman
ZIP Code: 99336
Presented By: Sam Terrell
Taxes: $6,229

Description

Welcome to Bardenhagen Grass Valley Farms!

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Income Property and Farm for Sale

Income Property and Farm for Sale - Set amidst the majestic landscape of Sherman County, Oregon, the Bardenhagen Grass Valley Farms present a blend of vast open space and serene beauty, offering an unparalleled opportunity to own a substantial piece of the Pacific Northwest. Spanning an impressive 2,838.65 acres across 2 farms, 93190 Liberty Lane and 94072 Wilson Lane offer the ultimate in privacy and tranquility, situated within a region renowned for its striking natural beauty, agricultural production, and outdoor recreation.

An Incredible Setting for Recreation in Central Oregon

Framed by the panoramic vistas of the Cascade Range, Bardenhagen Grass Valley Farms are mere miles as the crow flies from the iconic Deschutes and John Day Rivers, presenting seemingly endless possibilities for fishing, hunting, and outdoor adventure. The landscape is a tapestry of rolling hills and expansive rangeland with native bunch grasses and sagebrush. The breathtaking views surround a habitat rich in wildlife, including big and small game along with various upland bird species, making it a haven for hunters and nature enthusiasts alike. Located in Hunting Unit 40 (Maupin), up to 4 Land Owner Preference tags are available for Bull Elk and Buck Deer (buyer to perform due diligence and confirm with ODFW).

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Income Property

Embracing the principles of land stewardship, the farms are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), demonstrating a commitment to environmental conservation and sustainable land management. This not only contributes to the preservation of the land's natural beauty but also provides a steady stream of income, with the CRP contracts bringing in a combined annual return of $82,955. Additionally, there is $3,000 per year coming from an annual grazing lease. This symbiotic relationship between conservation and economic benefit underscores the unique value of these properties.

Solar Farm Potential

Another opportunity for potential income that has been deployed throughout Sherman County are solar farms, also known as utility scale solar projects. These solar projects have been utilized by landowners to provide income streams from portions of their property not currently used for production agriculture or recreation. Bardenhagen Grass Valley Farms stand out as strong candidates for solar projects as we continue to see their implementation throughout Central Oregon.

A Canvas of Opportunities

Across its vast acreage, the properties unveil diverse topographies and elevations, from rolling hills to expansive rangelands, each offering unique views and environments. The existing structures, including houses, barns, and grain silos, provide a foundation for renovation and a glimpse into the lives of those who resided here in days past. Although these buildings bear the marks of time and are by no means “move-in ready,” they offer a canvas for renovation or replacement, allowing the new owner to tailor the properties to their imagination, whether it be as a working farm, a private retreat, or a sanctuary for wildlife.

Property, Buildings, and CRP Information

The buildings and structures on Liberty Land and Wilson Lane need some serious TLC, but they provide a substantial opportunity for improvement, renovation, or replacement to fulfill a discerning buyer’s vision.

93190 Liberty Lane

Liberty Lane spans one parcel totaling 1,184.07 acres, with 765.33 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) providing an annual income of $36,728. This parcel is not only a testament to sustainable land management but also offers 106.58 acres of non-CRP dry farmland and 309.16 acres of rangeland, perfect for grazing or recreational purposes. The parcel is perimeter fenced, with signs of old cross fencing, and is split by Liberty Lane.

The northern portion encompasses native bunch grasses, sage brush, and rock outcroppings. There is a gravel pit and a seasonal pond. The southern portion of Liberty Lane has similar topography and flora, with a gravel driveway heading south from Liberty Lane to the original homestead. The Liberty Lane Homestead includes a 1,536-SF house, 90ft x 40ft shop, 45ft x 40ft shop, 30ft x 20ft shop, 55ft x 60ft barn, two small outbuildings with one used as a hunting cabin, and other ancillary agricultural structures.

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94072 Wilson Lane

Wilson Lane spans two parcels and covers 1,654.58 total acres, of which 976.46 acres contribute to the CRP with a yearly income of $46,227. These parcels complement Liberty Lane with 22.54 acres of non-CRP dry farmland and a sweeping 651.08 acres of rangeland and recreation ground. The parcels are perimeter and cross fenced with the lessee utilizing hot wires in and around the homestead. The parcels are bisected by Wilson Lane, with the northern portion hosting native bunch grasses and sage brush, several seasonal drainages, seasonal pond, and three grain silos just to the north of the homestead.

The Wilson Lane Homestead is located on the southern portion of the parcels and is accessed via a gravel drive on the south side of Wilson Lane. The homestead hosts a 1,446-SF house, 50ft x 30ft hay cover, 50ft x 50ft barn, 45ft x 40ft barn, 35ft x 20ft barn, and several other ancillary buildings in different states of repair. Heading further south from the homestead, the Wilson Lane parcels open into expansive range ground and deep draws that hold seasonal drainages that flow towards Buck Hollow Creek. This portion has historically been the best location on the property for big game hunting.

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Embrace the Central Oregon Lifestyle

With their strategic location close to Hwy 97, income potential through CRP programs and solar projects, and proximity to some of the region's most revered natural landmarks, Bardenhagen Grass Valley Farms stand as a testament to the beauty and bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Offering a rare chance to forge a legacy amidst the splendor of Oregon's high desert, these properties are not just parcels of land but gateways to a lifestyle that celebrates the timeless allure of rural living.

Your Legacy Awaits

Presented by a team deeply rooted in the appreciation for rural properties and outdoor living, Bardenhagen Grass Valley Farms offer a rare chance to craft your legacy amidst the natural splendor of Central Oregon. Here, the beauty of the land is matched only by its potential—inviting you to write the next chapter in its storied history.

Additional Information

wildlife

  • big game
  • small game
  • other

recreation

  • bird watching
  • fishing
  • hunting

improvements

  • barn
  • farm house
  • grain silo
  • pond
  • shed
  • other

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