Ask Robert Freeman
Here's an opportunity for a large contiguous holding of 1160+/- acres of ranch land. Comprised of ten separate tax lots, this holding is primarily zoned Exclusive Farm Use with the addition of Woodland Resource and Forest Resource. Currently the property is used for grazing, timber production and wildlife habitat. The property is well situated for livestock with open meadows and several spring fed stock watering sources. There are several development possibilities for the ranch. The ranch is located in the foothills of the Antelope Creek Valley and offers views of Mt. McLoughlin and portions of the Cascade mountain range. Wildlife thrive in the area and careful attention has been given to the improvement of their habitat. Deer, elk, bear, turkey and many other species call this place home. This is ideal for those who like to hunt as the ranch is located in the Rogue Hunting Unit which has a late season archery deer season. Adjoining property includes other large private holdings and 560+/- acres of BLM/Federal land. A carefully planned network of internal roads assist in the access to different portions of the property. The drive to regional shopping, hospitals and the Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport is just over 20 miles. Adjacent property also available for purchase, Listing 14882, 14885 and 14890.