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The Buckboard Homestead - Three Parcels (Faith, Hope, and Charity) - 640 acresLANDOWNER PREFERENCE TAGS APPLICABLEWelcome to the Buckboard Homestead! This amazing high desert property rests 89 miles east of Bend and 58 miles west of Burns off Hwy 20. Serving as a cow camp for over a century, this 640-acre property that has been split into three contiguous 213-acre parcels. The parcels are perimeter and cross fenced with three-strand barbed wire. The homestead is nestled against the backdrop of Glass Butte and the dynamic Central Oregon landscape boasts stunning territorial views and seemingly endless BLM. The cabin is a recorded structure per the assessor records and can be replaced or improved with county approval (buyer to perform due diligence), and the functioning well pumping at +/-10gpm offers an excellent water source.Driving the roads show the region's volcanic history with obsidian deposits alongside. Views of the surrounding territory reveal a collection of lowlands, highlands and rock outcroppings that would make a perfect place for an outdoor escape or hunting retreat. Landowner Preference (LOP) tags are available, and you would have the ability to apply for two Rocky Mountain Bull Elk and two Mule Deer Buck tags each year (buyer to confirm with ODFW). Other species including rabbits, upland game birds and antelope, cruise the property and reside in the juniper and sage brush, making excellent quarry.Whether you are searching for cattle ground or looking to create your own Central Oregon escape and relive the glory of the Old West, the Buckboard Homestead provides limitless potential for the discerning buyer.Additional Information:Faith - North Parcel TL 502 - 213.33 acresHope - Middle Parcel TL 501 - 213.34 acresCharity - South Parcel TL 500 - 213.33 acres with cabin, 10gpm wellEntire Property - Faith, Hope, and Charity - 640 acres with cabin and well.