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Welcome to Dark Hollow Farm. Nestled in a valley surrounded by the hills of SW Medford, this 25.96-acre property features gently sloping topography, views into Medford and the surrounding valley, and 25.80 acres of irrigation rights through Talent Irrigation District. With easy access off of both Dark Hollow and Surrey Drive, this property is ideal for your agricultural plans. There is power on-site . The peaceful setting offers a sense of country while only being minutes away from all the conveniences of Medford. Historically farmed as a pear orchard, Dark Hollow Farm allows for many uses ranging from pasture to vineyard and more.
With four distinct seasons, mild winter, and exceptional growing seasons, Southern Oregon is a winemaker's paradise as it allows for more varietals to be grown than possibly any other location in the U.S. Soils are mostly Class IV silty clay loam, and there is plenty of room for expanding or starting your agribusiness. The combination of topography, irrigated acreage, views, location, and overall setting makes this property one of the most attractive offerings in the area. There is currently no homesite approval.
In addition to the Applegate River, Southern Oregon has a multitude of lakes, rivers, and streams for fishing, camping, hiking and white-water boating. The world-renowned Rogue River runs through Grants Pass and provides incredible opportunities for fishing, white water sports and family recreation. The region also has vast public lands for recreation, hiking, hunting and much more.
Centrally located between the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest Metropolitan areas of Portland and Seattle, this offering provides a buyer an opportunity to enjoy an atmosphere of country with a charming small-town culture while close to town.