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Box S Ranch 63895 Johnson Road Bend, OR 97703

Farm & Ranch DIVISION

650 SW Bond St, Ste 100 Bend OR 97702

PAM MAYO-PHILLIPS & BROOK HAVENS PRINCIPAL BROKERS 541.480.1513 | 541.604.0788 pam.mayo-phillips@sothebysrealty.com brook.havens@sothebysrealty.com www.desertvalleygroup.com

Pam Mayo-Phillips, Principal Broker

Brook Havens, Principal Broker

C: 541-480-1513 pammayophillips@gmail.com

C: 541-604-0788 brookmhavens@gmail.com

All Brokers are licensed in the Sate of Oregon. Each office is independently owned & operated. All information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed by Cascade Sothebys International Realty. Purchaser shall have sole responsibility to inspect the property and inform themselves of the true condition thereof. Purchaser accepts the responsibility before submitting any offer or executing contract. Any grazing permits /leases/water rights are NOT Guaranteed by Seller or Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty, Buyer is responsible for due diligence.


Box S Ranch ~ Recreational Lifestyle Ranch Address: 63895, 63885 Johnson Road and 63900 Tyler Road Bend, OR 97703 Tax Map and Lots: 171112 TL 201, 171111 TL100, & 171101 TL 900 Property: Historic Box S Ranch offers unmatched Seclusion and Privacy minutes from Bend, OR. Cascade Mountain, Mt Jefferson, and Smith Rock Views from Property. •  280 acres - Property is fenced, gated and paved driveway. Private walking and riding trails. •  95 acres of Tumalo Irrigation Water Rights. Fields are planted in orchard grass for hay or pasture. Irrigated with 7 wheel lines on a gravity irrigation system-negating the need for electric pumps to pressurize •  Two ponds (clay lined) stocked with bass and crappie fish •  Annual O.D.F.W. Elk & Deer landowner permits available, Skeet shooting Area, and Hunting Blinds on Pond •  Additional Potential home sites on acreage with separate access from Johnson Road– Buyer responsible for due diligence with Deschutes County Improvements: •  Main Home: Built in 1998 is 4416 sf 4 bed, 5.5 bath features include: Great Room with stone fireplace, office, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, parlor, billiard room, guest wing, utility room and 4 car garages (1153sf). Central A/C, Heat pump, Forced Air Electric Heat and Wood fireplace. •  Landscaped Yard with sprinkler system- from TID irrigation •  Patios and Decks for outdoor entertaining and enjoyment •  Guest Home: Built in 1992, Updated in 2015 is 1850 sf 3 bedroom, 2 bath, office, family room, loft and attached deck, 3 car garage with property water system. •  Horse Barn: 4165 sf, 6 stalls (12x12), office/guest quarters (363 sf) 1 bed, 1 bath, shop area (253 sf), hay loft has 8 ton capacity •  Fenced Garden with raised beds •  2 Metal Hay Barns with concrete floors 44x112 (4978 sf) and 20x37 (749 sf) •  Custom chick coop with insulated rooms •  100x40 concrete pad for events or possible helicopter pad Irrigation: 95.1 acres Tumalo Water Right Assessment for 2016-$7441.80 Utilities 3 meters 12 month average (2017): Main Home $397.99. Guest Home: $186.11 Barn $150.36 Zoning: EFU-TRB (Exclusive Farm Use-Tumalo/Redmond/Bend Taxes: 2017 Tax Year - $14,490.15 Price:

Terms: Cash, Seller may have

$6,473,550.

APPOINTMENT ONLY—LISTING AGENT MUST ACCOMPANY Box S Ranch Video Link: www.boxsranch-bendoregon.com


Orga nization: Tum alo Irrigation District

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Journey

of the Box S Ranch

It is said that homes tell stories… tales of those before us and hopefully many of those still yet to come. This is the magnificent story of a compassionate renovation behind one of Central Oregon’s most stunning ranches. Located in what is now Tumalo, the property was originally formed in the late 1800’s during a push into the wild West. As a result of the Federal Government seeking settlers and farmers for the rugged West, land claims for 160 acres were available to those who could irrigate at least 20 of those acres. Between 1902-1905, the land in Tumalo was promoted nationally as “profitable 80-acre homesteads.” Box S is now a pristine 280 acres complete with 95 acres of irrigation, two stocked ponds, varied topography, perimeter fencing and stunning Cascade mountain views. It is a far cry from the barren land that existed in the early 1900’s yet a complete throw back to the nostalgia of that era. The Box S ranch has been home to only five owners over the last 100 years. Folklore tells the story of the “Box S” name. It is thought that the “S” shape of the canyon on the property helped provide a perfect “box” to contain cattle and thus Box S Ranch was born. Although the exact date of the first occupants is unknown, the current owners found newspapers dating back to 1903 in the walls of the original bunk house.

In 1991, the current owners bought the tired cattle ranch to be a family retreat for their three sons and extended family. The ranch was in great disrepair but despite the outward appearance, they began their passionate pursuit to restore the Box S with all its unique seclusion, privacy and splendor. While every building and structure needed to be replaced it was obvious that the first settlers had given great thought to where and why buildings were built on the property. The owners wanted to keep the original feel of the central compound. Their long term plan to totally rebuild the ranch started with a new ranch managers house and main barn in 1992. In 1998 construction of the Great House began. This was to replace the old homestead which had neither foundation nor central heat. The Great House as it is now called was built on the same spot as the old homestead, nestled in the mature 100 year old cottonwoods planted by the original owners. This spot provides spectacular views of the pastures, the front pond and the majestic Sisters Mountains. Thoughtfully restored, rebuilt and regenerated, this exceptional property

now features a 4416 square foot main home with 4 beds and 4.5 baths, office, formal dining room with a restored book case from one of the properties’ original structures, gourmet kitchen, stone fireplace, decks and patios which take full advantage of the site positioning, an 1850 square foot guest home, barn with office and two additional hay barns. The current owners have had an extraordinary journey at the Box S, creating a wonderful recreational lifestyle ranch. Many great stories and experiences have been shared on this property over the last 100 years. There is much to offer the next occupants. For more details contact Pam Mayo-Phillips or Brook Havens 541-923-1376


Burlington, WA Corporate Laboratory (a)

Portland, OR Microbiology/Chemistry (c)

1620 S Walnut St - Burlington, WA 98233 - 800.755.9295 • 360.757.1400

9150 SW Pioneer Ct Ste W - Wilsonville, OR 97070 - 503.682.7802

Bellingham, WA Microbiology (b)

Corvallis, OR Microbiology/Chemistry (d)

805 Orchard Dr Ste 4 - Bellingham, WA 98225 - 360.715.1212

540 SW Third Street - Corvallis, OR 97333 - 541.753.4946

Bend, OR Microbiology (e) 20332 Empire Blvd Ste 4 - Bend, OR 97701 - 541.639.8425

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Reference Number: 17-14584 System ID Number:

Authorized by:

System Name: Sampler Phone: FAX/Email:

Client Name:

Aleesha K Skora Lab Manager, Bend

kristi@abbaswelldrilling.com Abbas Pump Service PO Box 2130 Terrebonne, OR 97760

4075 Lab Sample #: 17_33628 ORELAP #:

Project:

63895 Johnson Rd

Date Collected: 6/21/17 11:15 Sampled By: Dave Shirley

Sampler Phone Number:

Sample Location: 63895 Johnson Rd

Field ID: Hose Bib prior to cistern

Sample Type:

Sample Purpose: Investigative or Other

Free Chlorine:

Treatment:

Original Sample Date:

Repeat Sample Number:

Date Received:

6/21/17 10:00

Analysis Start: 6/21/17 17:05 Method:

Prep Analyst: TAW

SM9223 B / Colilert-18

Date Analyzed: 6/22/17 13:40 Analyst: aks Peer Review:

Test Results PARAMETER

RESULT

TOTAL COLIFORM

Satisfactory, Coliforms Absent

E. Coli

Absent

Sample Invalidation:

Test results relate only to the parameters tested and to the samples as received by the laboratory. Test results meet all requirements of NELAP unless otherwise noted. This report shall not be reproduced, except in full, and with written consent of this laboratory.

Other: ____________ If the sample is unsatisfactory you can get information at the health department website. NOTES: If the result is Unsatisfactory a repeat sample is required for Public Water Systems. Private individuals should investigate the cause of the unsatisfactory result and resample. If E. Coli or Fecal Coliform are present in sample do not drink the water until it is properly treated.

FORM: cBact_OR


The BOX S RANCH, Bend, Oregon - History The$Earliest$Years$1880$–$1900$ !

The! earliest! arrivals! to! the! area! now! know! as! the! Tumalo! area! were! dry! farmers! who! first!diverted!water!from!Tumalo!Creek!in!1883,!and!for!a!decade!they!relied!on!short,!private! ditches!to!get!water!from!the!creek!to!their!ranches.!Many!of!these!early!settlers!were!aware!that! the!United!States!Government,!starting!in!the!year!1820,!had!passed!various!acts!to!“…#further# provision#for#the#sale#of#the#Public#Lands”.!!These!acts!were!the!result!of!the!Federal!Government! wanting!to!open!up!the!rugged!west!for!settlers/farmers!who!could!claim!160!acres!by!irrigating! at!least!20!of!them.!Under!these!Acts!(one!of!which!was!the!!“Carey!Act”,!the!State!was!required! to!select!lands!from!the!“public!domain”!that!could!be!“reclaimed”!from!the!US!Government!by! developing!the!dams,!canals,!irrigation!flumes!and!systems!for!irrigation!on!such!public!land.! ! ! In!1893,!entrepreneurs!from!Prineville!formed!the!Three!Sisters!Irrigation!Company!and! announced!a!plan!to!irrigate!30,000!acres!from!Tumalo!Creek.!By!1900,!the!acreage!had!doubled! in!size!and!attracted!new!investors!that!included!principals!in!the!Columbia!Southern!Railroad,! which! connected! Shaniko! with! the! Oregon! Short! Line! at! the! Columbia! River.! One! of! the! investors!was!named!William!A.!Laidlaw!and!named!the!town!after!himself.!!A!Post!Office!was! established! in! the! town! in! 1904.! ! It! remained! Laidlaw! until! settlers,! fed! up! with! the! lack! of! success!bringing!irrigation!water!to!their!lands,!and!since!the!investors!and!promoters!had!long! left,! they! renamed! the! town,! Tumalo! in! 1915.! The! name! Tumalo! is! believed! to! come! from! the! Native! Indians! term,! tumallowa! meaning! “icy! waters”! or! a! wild! plum,! called! “temolo”! that! grew!in!the!area.!!

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Oregon!accepted!the!Carey!Act!in!1901!on!the!condition!that!private!developers!front!the! capital! to! build,! maintain,! and! operate! a! diversion,! storage,! and! distribution! system,! and! that! they!bring!enough!settlers!onto!the!lands!to!make!the!project!viable.!The!State!did!not!want!to! be!in!the!business!of!building!the!infrastructure!so!the!intention!was!to!have!private!developers! build! the! infrastructure! for! irrigation! systems.! Settles! could! then! tap! into! the! water! by! paying! the! developers! a! fee! or! “lien”! and! then! file! a! “claim”! for! his! land.! The! developer! could! retain! any!profit!from!selling!public!land!with!irrigation!water,!and!settlers!assumed!a!lien!to!secure! payment!for!the!cost!of!construction!and!operation.!The!state,!which!did!not!exercise!oversight,! created!the!State!Land!Board!(renamed!the!Desert!Land!Board!in!1909)!to!administer!the!act.! ! During! 1902]1905,! the! land! in! Tumalo! was! promoted! nationally! as! “profitable! 80]acre! homesteads.”!In!1904,!the!developers!selected!the!first!lands!in!Oregon!that!the!Department!of! the! Interior! withdrew! from! the! public! domain.! The! system! and! water! supply,! however,! were! grossly!inadequate!to!irrigate!the!project!lands.!In!1905,!Tumalo!settlers!rallied!to!convince!the! state!to!take!responsibility!for!the!project.!Oswald!West,!the!state!land!agent,!and!John!Lewis,! Oregon’s!first!state!engineer,!began!their!long!involvement!with!the!troubled!Tumalo!project!in! 1906.! ! The!Anderson!Family,!Emil,!Fred!and!Nettie!first!settled!this!Property.!The!exact!date!of! their! arrival! is! not! know.! However,! when! we! restored! the! old! bunkhouse! for! hired! hands! to! sleep! during! harvest! and! cattle! roundups! we! found! the! inner! walls! were! stuffed! for! insulting! purposes!with!newspapers!dated!1903.!The!Old!Bunkhouse!sat!where!the!Great!House!kitchen! is!located!today.!!The!restored!bunk!house!now!sits!at!the!east!side!of!the!front!pond,!!is!used!for! entertaining!and!should!last!another!100!years!.!The!oldest!legal!document!referencing!the!ranch! Page%1%of%6% %


The BOX S RANCH, Bend, Oregon - History was! recorded! in! the! Prineville,! Oregon,! the! County! Seat! for! Crook! County,! ! in! “Water! Right! Book!#1,!page!377”!on!April,!16,!1908!to!one,!Emil!Anderson.!From!the!US!Census!of!1910!there! were! three! Andersons! living! in! Laidlaw! at! that! time,! ! “Emil! Anderson,! age! 40”,! a! “Fred! Anderson,! age! 28”,! and! a! Nettie! Anderson! age! 30”.! The! US! Census! does! not! indicate! the! relationship!between!the!Andersons.! ! A!Deed!to!the!Property!was!recorded!in!Prineville,!Oregon!in!“Deed!Book!#17,!page!58”! to! Emil! Anderson! on! June! 1st,! 1908.! ! (Deschutes! County! was! carved! out! of! Crook! County! in! 1916).!!In!late!May!1911,!Fred!Anderson!traveled!all!the!way!from!Laidlaw!to!the!Dalles,!Oregon! to! lay! a! claim! with! and! pay! for! on! the! Property! with! the! United! States! of! America.! Fred! was! going!to!petition!“according#to#the#provisions#of#the#Act#of#Congress#of#April#24th,#1820#entitled#“An# Act# making# further# provision# for# the# sale# of# the# Public# Lands”! This! was! then! called! receiving! a! “patent”! on! the! land.! On! May! 25th,! 1911! “Patent! No.! 193924”! ! was! recorded! with! the! United! States! of! America,! signed! by! the! President,! William! H.! Taft! and! the! Acting! Recorder! of! the! General!Land!Office!of!the!United!States!of!America!(copy!on!page!5!of!this!document).!!

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Folklore!has!the!reason!for!the!name!“Box!S”!is!for!the!canyon!on!the!property!that!meanders!in! an!“S”!and!provided!a!perfect!“box”!to!contain!cattle.!Over!the!past!100!years!there!have!only! been!five!owners!of!the!Box!S.!

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The BOX S RANCH, Bend, Oregon - History Associated!with!the!land!for!the!ranch!are!95!acres!of!water!rights!to!irrigate!the!land!that!date! back!to!the!Andersons.!The!ranch’s!irrigation!company!is!the!Tumalo!Irrigation!District!which! delivers! water! from! Tumalo! Creek,! supplemented! by! storage! at! Crescent! Lake,! through! 140! miles!of!pipeline,!canals,!and!ditches.!Approximately!635!landowners!use!the!water!to!irrigate! 7,314!acres!west!of!the!Deschutes!River.!The!water!rights!have!priorities!of!1900!through!1913.!

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1991$to$Today$

In!1991,!the!current!owners!bought!the!tired!cattle!ranch!to!be!a!family!retreat!for!their! three! sons! and! extended! family.! The! ranch! was! in! great! disrepair! and! so! despite! the! outward! appearance,! they! began! their! passionate! pursuit! to! restore! the! Box! S! with! all! its! unique! seclusion,! privacy! and! splendor.! While! every! building! and! structure! needed! to! be! replaced! it! was! obvious! that! the! first! settlers! had! given! great! thought! to! where! and! why! buildings! were! built!on!the!property.!The!Davenport’s!wanted!to!keep!the!original!feel!of!the!central!compound!! !! The!owners!developed!a!long]term!plan!to!totally!rebuild!the!ranch!starting!with!a!new! ranch! managers! house! and! main! barn! in! 1992.! The! old! barn! as! a! massive! structure! of! approximately!10,000!sq!feet!but!with!hand!hewn!18!inch!juniper!trunks!as!supporting!columns! throughout! the! barn.! All! that! remains! was! a! bookcase! that! we! were! able! to! salvage! and! sits! today!at!the!end!of!the!Great!house’s!dining!room.!!Additionally!that!year!all!the!above!ground! hand! line! was! replaced! by! burying! the! main! lines! for! irrigation! and! investing! in! all! new! powered! wheel! lines.! Next! all! electric! lines! were! buried! for! aesthetic! reasons! to! insure! the! wonderful! mountain! views! were! uninterrupted.! All! of! the! fields! had! to! be! plowed! under! and! new! orchard! grass! planted.! The! original! configuration! of! fields! that! were! cleared,! cultivated,! planted! and! harvested! more! than! 100! years! ago! are! still! used! today! for! the! production! of! orchard!grass!hay!yielding!approximately!350!tons!per!season.!!! ! With! most! of! the! infrastructure! and! outer! building! completed,! the! owners! moved! to! Bend! from! Southern! California! in! 1998! to! start! construction! of! the! Great! House! to! replace! the! old! homestead! ! which! had! neither! foundation! nor! central! heat.! The! Great! House! as! it! is! now! called! was! built! on! the! same! spot! as! the! old! homestead! nestled! in! the! mature! 100! year! old! cottonwoods!planted!by!the!Andersons.!!This!spot!provides!spectacular!views!of!the!pastures,! the!front!pond!and!the!majestic!Sisters!Mountains.!!

! For!Further!Reading:! • Oregon! Historical! Society! Quarterly,! Volumes! 85,! 86! &! 87! Tumalo# –# Thirsty# Land! by! Martin! T.! Winch,!! • Tumalo,!by!Melinda!Jette!for!the!Oregon!Historical!Society,!2004! • Go!to!the!Tumalo!Irrigation!District!website,!www.tumalo.org! • Go!to!www.oregonencyclopedia.org,!section!on!Laidlaw/Tumalo! !

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1 L line 63-64 Buyer is responsible for due diligence on farm tax deferral with Deschutes County and maintaining after the Close of Escrow.

2 B Irrigation Buyer is responsible for due diligence with Tumalo Irrigation District and irrigation water rights. Irrigation is delivered through a pressurized system (no pumps required).

2 C Irrigation Sprinkler System for Main home is from pond and Tumalo Irrigation System. Sprinkler System for Guest him is from well.

8 G line 190-191 Property has 3 buried tanks - Main House and Guest home each have a septic tank. Propane tank for main house is buried and is included in sale.

1 B line 48-49 Farm is leased for 2017 season. Buyer will receive a copy of lease after first showing and confidentiality agreement is executed.

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SPOTTED FROG NOTICE

Seller: Buyer: Property Address: Sale Agreement No.:

Davenport Family Trust,TTEE, Davenport Family Trust, TTEE 63895 Johnson Road (280 acres), Bend, OR

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NOTICE TO BUYER: In 2014 the Oregon Spotted Frog was listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Central Oregon has a large population of the Oregon Spotted Frog and environmental groups are advocating for its protection. In December 2015 two lawsuits were brought under the Endangered Species Act against Central Oregon Irrigation Districts and the US Bureau of Reclamation to provide adequate water flows in the Upper Deschutes River Basin to ensure the threatened Oregon Spotted Frogs and their habitat are not harmed. The parties to the lawsuit entered into a settlement agreement which will act as an interim agreement until a long term habitat conservation plan is developed. The settlement requires higher water flow levels and storage volume requirements. Because there is no final plan in place, it is still likely that a habitat conservation plan could affect individual’s property rights and more specifically water rights. Buyer is advised to investigate such issue in more depth to determine if the Oregon Spotted Frog will have any effect on the property Buyer has contracted to purchase. BUYER ACKNOWLEDGMENT: Each buyer acknowledges and understands that the notice set forth herein does not create a representation or warranty by Seller or Seller's agent. This notice is purely informational in nature. Buyer is advised to investigate the impact the Oregon Spotted Frog and its habitat on the property that is subject to this contract. SELLER: Davenport Family Trust,TTEE

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