CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Private lane with an automatic gate leads to this modern, freshly painted and upgraded home with peaceful front and back porches/patios. Sliding glass door from the huge fenced yard with fruit trees and a garden area, lead to the open floor plan, dining room and kitchen with center island and skylight. The living room has a cozy gas fireplace and overall heating is with a new Bosch high efficiency heat pump.
49 certified organic acres are fully fenced and cross fenced and produce pasture, hay and garlic with 48 acres of 1864 district water rights, buried mainline, ¼ mile wheel line, hand line, sprinklers and gravity flow irrigation equipment. Horse facilities include versatile 50’X46’ remodeled barn with 2 new stalls and large paddocks, tack room and 30 ton hay storage. Also included is the 250’X120’ horse riding arena with TexStride footing and a 4000 gallon water tank for sprinklers.
Enjoy the open views of Cascade Mountains and the Crater Lake Rim. Waterfowl abound here under the Pacific Flyway for migratory birds, and the BLM Wetlands and the Williamson River are nearby with great hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing and water sports.
Ask about the possible option to purchase the tractor, hay equipment and/or garlic business!
Klamath County, Oregon lies beneath the Pacific Flyway for Migratory Birds, so if it goes south for the winter or north for the summer, it probably rests here for a bit. Swans, pelicans, herons, egrets, geese, ducks to name a few, along the largest population in the lower 48 of bald eagles. Besides bird watching, Klamath County offers riding and hiking in the Sky Lakes and Mountain Lakes Wildernesses, as well as thousands of acres of Forest Service and BLM ground. Fishing and hunting abound… home of the world famous trout streams of the Wood River and the Williamson River, plus Klamath and Agency Lakes. Crater Lake National Park is less than an hour away.
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