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The Powder River Retreat is comprised of just over 158 acres and located approximately 5 miles from the small town of Richland, OR. Privacy is paramount as the property is located at the end of a county road in a secluded setting. The Powder River flows through the property with 2/3 of a mile frontage on both sides of the river. Water rights for approximately 100 acres are available from three different sources; Powder River, Eagle Creek via Dry Gulch ditch, and Lower Timber Canyon. The irrigation water is applied via flood using dirt ditches and irrigation dams.The two story farmhouse was built in 1934 and updated during the 1980's. The home features 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a partially finished basement. Domestic water is provided from a spring located across the river with a water right securing the domestic water for the home. The property also features a historic livestock barn with a metal roof.There are 2 LOP tags for deer and elk available through ODFW, buyer to verify availability of tags. The property also borders BLM ground with further opportunities for upland bird hunting. Fishing for Rainbow Trout in the Powder River, among other species, is a possibility as well. Access to Brownlee Reservoir and the Snake River is just 8 miles away via Hewitt Park for further recreational opportunities.* The home and barn are subject to a life estate with the current tenant. Future purchaser will have full use of the irrigated pastures and remainder of the land and will take over buildings at the end of current life estate.