103.67± Acres
Lane County, Oregon

Peaceful Organics Farm

ID: 41146
External ID/MLS: -- / 23551197
Status: Sold
Acres: 103.67±
Type: Farms, Ranches, Timberland
Address: 84978 Battle Creek Rd
City, State: Eugene, Oregon
County: Lane
ZIP Code: 97402
Taxes: $11,519
Dwelling Sq Ft: 3,774
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3


Welcome to Peaceful Organics Farm
84978 & 84974 Battle Creek Rd, Eugene, Oregon

This incredible 103+/- acre farm offers a 3,774-sf main home built in 2007, a second home built in 2006 measuring 1,476sf with full basement finishing potential, and the original 1925 farmhouse that has been converted to a guesthouse. The property also includes a shop, livestock barn, year-round Battle Creek, pastures, fruit orchard, chicken coop, garden areas, certified organic hay fields, and a timber stand.

Location: Nestled in the heart of Lane County’s wine country in the beautiful SW Eugene foothills and across the historic Coyote Creek Covered Bridge, the property is just 7 miles south of Veneta, Oregon, and 14 miles from Eugene Airport. It’s 17 miles to the University of Oregon at Eugene, 22.5 miles to Riverbend Hospital, and 54 miles to the Oregon Coast in Florence.

Acreage Description: The property consists of 1 tax lot and is zoned F2. Currently there are 28 acres of tillable land with organic certification, and this can be transferred to the new owners with an accepted application through Oregon Tilth. Currently the owners raise organic hay and cider apples under this certification. Level ground for pastures, hay production, and livestock, and hillside homesites with incredible views. The timber land sets up to the west behind the homes and pastures and year-round Battle Creek meanders through the bottom ground.

The MAIN HOME is a stunning custom craftsman with lodge style appeal and huge windows to bring the outside in. You'll be mesmerized by the soaring ceiling over the massive rock hearth & Douglas Fir mantle milled from the property. The open floor plan offers a gourmet's kitchen with Chinquapin cabinets & gas cooking & a large dining room area. Off the dining area is a pantry and built ins for a bar area and small desk.
The primary suite is on the main level & you can enjoy a glass of Oregon wine and soak up your private valley view from your jetted tub. This space also offers a large walk-in closet.
This home is of ICF construction, Insulated Concrete Form, which is considered to be an extremely efficient type of construction. The flooring throughout the main home consists of tile, oak, maple, hickory, ash, & dark walnut and the entire main level is fitted with a hydronic floor heating system.
The laundry room serves a handy mudroom with exterior access, a full bathroom, and a concrete counter area with a large aluminum sink for washing the dogs. Above the 2-car garage there's a one-bedroom suite, considered the home’s 3rd bedroom, for additional private sleeping space. You can access this area from the main home, and from a separate entrance at the back of the home.
The home offers forced air heating with a heat pump and 2 additional ductless heat pumps located in the main living room and primary bedroom. In addition, there is a hydronic floor heat system for the entire lower level and the unit is located in the mechanical room. This system includes an additional hot water heater. The garage roof is at an angle that lends nicely to solar panels should that be the desire of the new owners.Living spaces extend nicely to the great outdoors via covered porches, grassy yards, and an outdoor solar shower and tub that all take in the incredible view.

The SECOND HOME has its own address at 84974 Battle Creek Rd. It’s a 2006 built, 1,476 sf, 2 bedroom, 2 bath with a daylight basement that has potential to finish for more living space. Very nice architecture with open floor plan and recent upgrades include new luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout most of the finished area as well as a new heat pump and furnace in 2022. The sun porch was recently closed in to create a safer space and features mahogany wood decking. The 2-car garage on the main level is oversized and fully finished.

SHOP: Near the 2nd home is the 40’x40’ shop with a concrete floor that features 2 bays and 1 roll up door. The 1st bay is being used as a woodworking shop and includes a full bathroom. The 2nd bay is currently used for lumber storage but would work well for RV storage or a mechanical shop. There is a tool room at the back of this bay and the property owners added a lean-to the side of the structure for additional covered parking. There is an RV hook-up on the east side of the shop with a water spigot, 30-amp outlet, and a septic dump that drains right into the septic system for the 2nd home.

The well cared for GUESTHOUSE was the original 1925 homestead for the farm & county records show it has 816 sf of finished space.

Livestock Barn: The roof was replaced approximately 5 years ago, and this is the perfect structure for storing hay and feeding livestock.

Farm Equipment: Please inquire for a list of equipment negotiable outside of a real estate sale.

Soils, Production, & Irrigation: A permitted rain catchment system with (2) 2,500 gallon holding tanks/cisterns at the bottom of the hill below the house can serve as irrigation water for a garden or whatever the next owner would like. Rainwater is captured from the main house gutters to fill the tanks. There is a pump system that serves these tanks and water lines are piped to the garden and the front yard of the main home, and the main home sprinkler system. The main home has an underground sprinkler system around the home that Seller has never used and doesn’t know the functionality.

Fencing: The property is perimeter fenced and cross fenced, however the west property line fencing in the forest will need repair. All pasture and field fence is in good repair but Buyers should always check fences before turning any livestock out.

Utilities: Lane Electric provides electricity to the property. There are 3 meters for the property as follows: One for the Main Home, one for the Second Home and Shop, and one for the Guesthouse. Average electricity costs for the main home in winter are $250 and approximately $140 in summer months. The main home kitchen range runs on propane and a 5-gallon portable tank last a long time. Sellers keep a spare filled and refill them at the farm store.

Domestic Water: The main house and guesthouse are served by a spring with 2,000 gallon holding tank capacity. The tanks are located up the hill from the main home. One is a buried plastic tank and the other an above ground cement tank that can gravity flow to the main house and the guesthouse in case of power outage. There are two filtering systems for the main house located in the garage.
The 2nd Home is served by a 200’ well that was drilled in 2006, with an estimated flow rate of 60 gpm. We have a well log #L83702 on file that we believe is associated with this well. There are two filter systems located in the basement of the 2nd Home. The well system would be easy to reroute to the main home as well.

Creek: Battle Creek is a year-round creek that meanders through the lower section of the property. Recently the Long Tom Watershed Council was involved in reestablishing the Cutthroat Trout Run so fishing has been prohibited during this process. Sellers are unsure if this project has been completed.

Septic Systems: The septic tank for the Main Home is located in the front yard and the drain field heads southeast down the hill. The tank was pumped approximately 3 years ago.
The septic tank for Second Home is down the hill to the east of the home and the drain field heads north.
The septic tank for the Guesthouse is located on the south side of the home and is connected to the drain field for the Main Home.

Trees and Timber: The Seller harvested approximately 10 acres of the property in 2017. This area was restocked with Douglas Fir and 1000 Coastal Redwoods. This beautiful stand now includes those mentioned plus Western Red Cedar, Red Alder, and Ponderosa Pine. Please inquire for a copy of the timber cruise we have on file.

Wildlife & Hunting: This property qualifies for the 40-acre minimum for Landowner Preference hunting tags. Buyers should verify with Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife.

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