- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 5
- Garage: 1
- SqFt: 11000
- Free hold
- Stories: 1
Union County, North Powder, Oregon
Distances to Other Cities:
LaGrande, OR - 31.8 miles
Baker City, OR - 30.8 miles
Pendleton, OR - 82 miles
Bend, OR - 261 miles
Boise, ID - 158 miles
Portland, OR - 291 miles
The main residence is an 11,000±-square-foot, custom-built, timber-framed, post-and-beam home.
Heated sculptured hickory floors throughout
Fire suppression system throughout
Geothermal heating and air conditioning
Kitchen with custom maple, Sub-Zero appliances, with a commercial stove
Breezeway and mud room
Apartment guest quarters built above garage
Home alarm system with video surveillance
Port Orford Cedar wraparound porch
Basement entertainment room with stained-concrete, heated floors
Slate paver entry into home
Backup generator system
Equipment Shop/Storage Building:
Large Equipment Shop with concrete floor
Bunk House attached to shop with one bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and loft
3-bay equipment shop with electric doors
Hot tub under a covered roof next to bunk house
Equipment Shed/Pole Building:
3-bay equipment storage building
Pole Building Generator Shed:
2-bay equipment shed
4 Stall Horse Barn
Large pump house with concrete floor and heat
Excellent internal road system with improved and semi-improved mountain roads
The property has three year-round creeks, Wolf Creek, Pilcher Creek and Daley Creek, and several seasonal creeks running throughout. All the creeks eventually drain into the Powder River System. There are also six ponds and numerous springs throughout the property.
The Wolf Creek Ranch has been managed for timber production and the site productivity of the property is average to above-average for eastern Oregon timber lands. The owners have practiced selective cutting over the years, so it provides good cover and food for many kinds of wildlife. The principal timber species is Ponderosa Pine, with lesser stands of Douglas Fir, White Fir, Tamarack and Lodge Pole Pine. An actual timber cruise has not been made recently.
The grazing is leased on a year-to-year basis. Historically, the ranch sustains 250 AUMs from June through October. The grass is wellbalanced with stubble heights monitored to adequate levels. The tenant is responsible for all fence repairs. The fence condition is good. In the early months of the grazing season, an abundance of seasonal streams supply ample water. In the later months, the ranch's sporadically scattered large ponds and springs become the main sources of water. The past years of strategic logging have created excellent range growth conditions, providing a nice blend of open growing areas along with ample shade for livestock. *
Recreation and Wildlife:
This unique property is a very well located hunting property and in a good recreational unit in Northeastern Oregon. With creeks, timber, meadows and open areas this property provides peace and quiet without interference from the outside world for the owner and the wildlife.
The hunting is exceptional for deer, elk, and turkey. There is cougar, bear, bobcats and a host of other small wildlife. Grouse provide additional bird hunting. The land has been managed for deer and elk. Bulls over the 325 mark are seen on the property.
Located in the Starkey Wildlife Management Unit, the ranch qualifies for eight (4) Landowner Preference Tags (LOP) under the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife guidelines.
The mule deer habitat is balanced with rim rocks and timbered sidehills. The elk habitat is exceptional, with good cover in the timber and lots of meadows for grazing. Water is balanced throughout.
This land provides additional opportunities for recreation, such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing, horseback riding, four-wheeling, and bike riding or hiking.
Multiple recreational water sources include Wolf Creek, Pilsner Creek and Daley Creek along with one pond stocked with trout and catfish.
The zoning pertaining to the Wolf Creek Ranch is A-2 Agricultural, Grazing Zone, which has a minimum parcel size of 160 acres. The purpose of the A-2 Zone is to protect and maintain agricultural lands for farm use, consistent with existing and future needs for agricultural products. The A-2 Zone is also intended to allow other uses that are compatible with agricultural activities, to protect forests, scenic resources and fish and wildlife habitat. It is also the purpose of the A-2 Zone to qualify farms for farm use valuation under the provisions of ORS Chapter 308.
The Wolf Creek Ranch is a stunningly beautiful and private recreational ranch and a great gathering place for friends and family. Within minutes of Anthony Lakes Ski Resort, this quality ranch is a year-round paradise with recreational opportunities for all seasons.
Located in Northeastern Oregon, the ranch consists of 2,518± deeded acres, in Union County. The Wolf Creek Ranch offers a four-year-old, custom, timber-framed, post-and-beam, 11,000±-square-foot home at the end of a private, gated road. This property is known for exceptional hunting for elk, deer and turkey.
Wolf Creek Ranch is nestled at the base of the Elkhorn Mountains. The main home is situated in a timbered location overlooking meadows with views of Oregon’s famous Wallowa Mountains. The property offers many recreational opportunities, from horseback and ATV riding and in the summer to snowmobiling and skiing in the winter. There is good lake fishing nearby.
Income producing spring and summer livestock grazing is well-balanced with adequate grass and water. The year-round streams feed the Powder River basin of eastern Oregon near the small farming and ranching community of North Powder. There are several stock-water ponds, as well as springs. The ranch is home to an array of western wildlife, and the owner is eligible to receive up to four landowner preference tags to hunt elk and deer on the ranch.
- Swimming Pool
- Maid’s Room
- Pet Allowed
- Near Hospital
- Attached Bathroom
- Solar Heat
- Guest Room
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