Tumalo Home on Acreage 19435 Dayton Road Bend, OR 97703
Farm & Ranch D I V I SIO N
650 SW Bond St, Ste 100 Bend OR 97702
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Private Setting for Home on Irrigated Acreage Address: 19435 Dayton Road Bend, OR 97703 Map/ Tax lot: 16112400 01400 Property: • 9.65 acres • Fenced, Cross Fenced, 2 ponds • Pastures are planted in grass, leased month to month Improvements: • Well maintained ranch style home is 1937 sf built in 1977 with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathroom • Kitchen with granite countertops, skylight, pantry • Living room with rock propane fireplace (could be converted to wood burning) • Forced Air electric heating with heat pump and central A/C, Central Vaccum • 1000 sf redwood deck with hot tub, landscaped yard with sprinkler system • Attached 2 car garage • RV pad with full hookups • Shop is 36x40 with concrete floors, 220 electric, 2 covered shed rows attached • RV Garage is 42x24 with 110 power hook up and 14 ft door • Tool Shed 10x12 • Outdoor Riding Arena 60x180 Irrigation: 6 acres of TID irrigation 2016 Assessment $1,294. for 2017 season. 5 acres is gravity flow with hand lines, main lines and 1 acre flood irrigated by arena Domestic Water: Private Well with 40,000 gallon concrete cistern Utilities: Central Electric Coop – Average $225./month (12 month average) Taxes: $5783.57 Tax Year 2017 Zoning: MUA10 Multi use agricultural Price: $799,000. MLS 201803412 Shown By Appointment Only 3D Matterport Rendering Link: www.my.matterport.com/show/?m=qhXMQC4r53M All information Provided by Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty and Agents is deemed reliable but not guaranteed, Buyer is responsible for any/all due diligence. | 541-923-1376 | www.desertvalleygroup.com
Organization: Tumalo Ir rigation District
Author : Deborah Sim enson
Date Cr eated: June 5, 2017
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6.0 Acres Water Rights
19435 Dayton Rd., Bend, OR ~~ 6.0 Acres of Water Rights
Tumalo Irrigation District 64697 Cook Avenue Bend, Oregon 97703 (541) 382-3053
Oregon state law requires that irrigation water is used beneficially at least once every five years. After five successive years of failure to beneficially apply and use water according to state water law, the water rights are subject to confiscation. Tumalo Irrigation District records indicate that the water rights for 19435 Dayton Road, Bend, Oregon were last used in 2016 and are in good standing. However, that does not necessarily mean that you are in good standing with the state of Oregon. Note: The state does not regularly monitor beneficial use. If the State were to investigate for any reason and your water rights do not appear to have been beneficially used in the last five years, the Oregon Water Resource Department may require you to provide an affidavit of use and documentation demonstrating that water was used in the last five years. Examples of documentation include ... lnstream Leasing You may instream lease your water right, which counts as a year of beneficial use. However, during the process of the application, if the acreage that is being leased does not appear to have been used in the five years prior to the lease application being submitted, the Oregon Water Resource Department may require you to provide an affidavit of use and documentation demonstrating that water was used in the five years prior to the lease application being submitted. Examples of documentation include.... Note: If you instream lease, you are still responsible for your yearly assessment. What is lnstream Leasing? TID partners with the Deschutes River Conservancy to offer an annual water leasing program. Each year of a lease counts as a year of beneficial use, thereby preserving the validity of your water right. You may lease all or part of your irrigation rights. TID processes and submits the application. The cost for mapping and processing the application is $280 per lease. Definition of Beneficial Use Beneficial use is the use of irrigation water to produce a crop, grass, or landscape areas. This means the irrigation water will be used on land that has been designated for this purpose- irrigable land, not a rock pile, not driveways or roadways, and not under structures. Landscape areas such as lawn or shrub beds or a commercial crop such as shrubs, trees, or growing of plants for resale is allowed. The land must be under production or cultivation to qualify as beneficial use. The placement of water on land that is not cleared, seeded, or under some type of cultivation is not beneficial use. The use or irrigation water for dust abatement is not beneficial use. The use of irrigation water on anything that would grow naturally without the benefit of irrigation water is not beneficial use.
Copy of a water right certificate that has been issued within the last five years. (not a remaining right certificate)
Copy of confirming water right certificate that shows issue date
Copies of receipts from sales of irrigated crops or for expenditures related to use of water
Records such as FSA crop reports, irrigation district records, NRCS farm management plan, or records of other water suppliers
• District assessment records for water delivered • Crop reports submitted under a federal loan agreement • Beneficial use reports from district • IRS Farm Usage Deduction Report • Agricultural Stabilization Plan • CREP Report
Aerial photos containing sufficient detail to stablish location and date of photograph
Approved Lease establishing beneficial use within the last 5 years
Power usage records for pumps associated with irrigation use Fertilizer or seed bills related to irrigated crops Farmers Co-op sales receipt
Multiple photos can be submitted to resolve different areas of a water right. If the photograph does not print with a "date stamp" or without the source being identified, the date of the photograph and source should be added . Sources for aerial photos: OSU -www.oregonexplorer .info/imagery OWRD- www.wrd .state.or.us Google Earth- earth .google .com TerraServer- www.terraserver .com Copy of instream lease or lease number
Oregon State Law requires that lands with mapped water right are to be irrigated in the specific area it is mapped. Water rights can be transferred to a new location by submitting a transfer application to the State which is processed by the District. The cost for a water transfer is $1406 and the new l ocation must be beneficially used in the year in which the transfer takes place and at least once every five years thereafter.