2± Acres
Benton County, Oregon

Monroe Horse Property

ID: 37652
Status: Sold
Type: Residential Property, Horse Property
Address: 24875 Orchard Tract Rd
City, State: Monroe, Oregon
County: Benton
ZIP Code: 97456
Presented By: Jenny Hitner
Taxes: $2,255
Dwelling Sq Ft: 1,440
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2


**Bumpable Buyer: Accepted offer with Contingencies. **

Beautiful & Flat 2 acre Horse Property located in the charming town of Monroe! This well taken care of home sits secluded among the trees yet close to town. You can take off on horseback from your property and ride for hours. This property features a 2 stall horse barn with paddocks, a heated tack room with power and 6 tons of hay storage. The property is already fenced and cross fenced for field turn out including one with an open stall for a 3rd horse if desired. A shed for shavings storage sits just outside the barn as well as outside hot and cold water taps for your own wash rack at the hitching post. Additional features include a carport with an enclosed workshop and an area for firewood storage. Come check out this beautiful, affordable horse property today!

Additional Information


  • equestrian trails


  • barn
  • fencing
  • shed
  • well
  • workshop

Ask Jenny About This Property

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