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NE Hillside Drive NEWBERG, OREGON

“If you are working on something exciting that you really care about, you don’t have to be pushed, the vision pulls you.” — Steve Jobs

presented by rita wolff — oregon wine country properties keller williams realty portland premiere


Located in the Chehalem Mountain AVA you will find a beautiful, boutique vineyard and winery which sits at the top of a 20+ acre parcel. The 12.5 acres of vines are primarily Pinot Noir, but this vineyard grows small sections of Tempranillo, Syrah, Chardonnay and Viognier. Situated in a winemaker's paradise, you'll notice all the flourishing wineries nearby. This region is known for its prime land perfect for winemaking. There are 74 wineries and 30 vineyards nearby, all taking advantage the wonderful Chehalem Mountain AVA has to offer. Not only can you be a part of the bustling winemaking community, you can also enjoy yourself and visit the local scene with nearby wineries including J. Christopher Wines, Natalie Estate Winery, Arbor Brook Vineyards, Tresori Vineyards, Bergstrom Winery and Tasting Room, and Adelsheim. The possibilities never cease to end. When the day is done, after a productive day of work, find peace in the beautiful craftsman home. Built with environmentally friendly methods, the result is a much more energy-efficient, stronger and comfortable home. This incredible home deserves a page all of its own which you will find later in this book.


PROPERTY DETAILS RESIDENCE 3 BEDROOM 3.5 BATH 3,850 SQFT 2-CAR GARAGE ATTACHED BUILT IN 2002 LOFT LIBRARY HOME THEATER ROOM WINE CELLAR UTILITY ROOM OFFICE ROOM VANTAGE DIGITAL AND LIGHTING SYSTEM GEOEXCHANGE SYSTEM FOR HEATING, COOLING, AND HOT WATER SONUS SOUND SYSTEM 2018 PROPERTY TAXES $3,516.35

120 GMP WELL WITH DRIP IRRIGATION INSTALLED VINEYARD MANAGEMENT CONTRACT DRIP IRRIGATION WITH WATER PERMIT WINERY 2,000 CASE WINERY INCLUDES TASTING ROOM AND BARREL ROOM COMPLETE LINE OF EXCELLENT WINE MAKING EQUIPMENT SOLAR PANELS INSULATED WITH HEAT PUMP HVAC SITE AND ARCHITECTURAL PLANS FOR NEW WINERY STUNNING VIEWS OVER WILLAMMETTE VALLEY WINEMAKER AND SALES/MARKETING STAFF AWARD-WINNING WINES

VIDON VINEYARD

SCHOOLS

20.2 ACRES

ANTONIA CRATER ELEMENTARY

12.5 PLANTED ACRES PINOT NOIR, CHARDONNAY, VIOGNIER, SYRAH AND TEMPRANILLO ALL FARM MACHINERY INCLUDED – TRACTOR, ATVS AND TRUCK FENCED AND GATED

EWING YOUNG ELEMENTARY MOUNTAINVIEW MIDDLE NEWBERG HIGH


THE HOME Exceptional, private, and beautifully designed... These three words best describe this wonderful 3,850 sqft. home crafted to meet the winemaker's lifestyle. Feel the warmth and airiness immediately as you step into the foyer extending to the naturally illuminated living room overlooking the Chehalem Valley. With every step you take along the slate flooring, there is a sense of peace and comfort to be felt everywhere you walk. You'll find that many features of this home were constructed with thoughtful detail and design. Here are a few standout aspects about the home itself: ◊◊ Every inch of this home was constructed using proven, existing technologies that are environmentally friendly and minimize waste. The result is a much more energy-efficient, stronger, and more comfortable house than is possible using conventional stick framing with (green) dimensional lumber. ◊◊ The Old-Growth Fir in the beams and the 3-inch decking of the Loft (bedroom and library) and in the wrought iron stair treads were salvaged from a sawmill in Montana that was built in 1915. This was old-growth lumber at that time and is believed to be more than 200 years old. ◊◊ The 2 walls of the daylight basement in contact with the earth uses ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) instead of wooden forms and poured concrete. These walls have an R-value of over 50. ◊◊ A Geothermal Exchange System in the home uses the constant temperatureof the earth to provide the heating, cooling, and hot water. Water (with an additive) is circulated by a Geo-Thermal Heat pump (GHP) through more than a mile of polyethylene pipes in closed loops that are installed 5 feet below the vineyard surfaces. The air system constantly exhausts all bathrooms and some other rooms through a Lifebreath Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) that recovers over 90% of its energy. Fresh air is brought in through 4 filters – a rough filter, an electronic filter, an electrostatic filter and a UV microbial filter. Radiant heating is installed in the floor in 10 zones. A central thermostatic system in the office monitors and controls all remote temperature sensors. ◊◊ The 11½ -inch space below the main floor, the bathrooms walls and any containing plumbing, are filled with cellulose insulation and soundproofing. ◊◊ Anderson casement windows and sliding doors are installed - dual-pane, high-performance low-E insulating. Interior and exterior doors are Simpson solid core. All hardware is Emtek oil-rubbed bronze. ◊◊ The wine cellar is designed to hold 1500 bottles in racks. This room is cooled by an a/c system maintaining 55 degrees F. From the Cherry cabinets and granite countertops of the kitchen to the interior steel framing interwoven within the home; you'll quickly see that this home was crafted into what is now a rare gem nestled in the radiant valleys of Oregon. What better way to complement your vineyard than this one-of-kind place you can call home.


VIDON VINEYARD

A BRIEF HISTORY BEHIND BY THE CURRENT OWNERS "When I moved to Portland in 1996 I biked a lot in the Willamette Valley. The vineyards were very appealing to my farming past so I started thinking about buying land and planting vines. After I met Vicki, one weekend we drove out to see the listing of a small farm and discovered a sign on the property we now own. It was a 20 acre mess. I made an offer and purchased the land in September 1999. Immediately I stated clearing the north east corner for the first vineyard block and a farm building was erected. Planting the first block started in August 2000 and was finished in April 2001. Construction of the house began in March 2002 and was ready for residence in April 2003. Clearing and preparing the site continued until 2010 when the Syrah block was planted. In 2011 the Chardonnay and Viognier vines were planted. The final block of Tempranillo and other Pinot Noirs were in the ground by 2013. The farm building was improved and converted to a winery and winemaking started in 2007. Previous vintages were produced at Northwest Wines in McMinnville."


The owner’s vision for VIDON was shaped by two life experiences – having been born and raised on a farm in North Dakota and living in France while doing post-graduate physics research. As a result, he loves farming and Burgundy wines. This led to his plan to develop a small Willamette Valley vineyard with a winery that produced premium Estate Pinot Noir wines. He feels there’s real pleasure in developing new skills and creating something from scratch and he believes that “it’s the journey, not the destination” that is most satisfying. The 2000 case winery includes a Tasting and Barrel Room and welcomes guests with an impressive view of the vineyard and valley beyond. You can feel the love that the winemaker/owner have put into each and every vine. Walk this impressive vineyard and find the owner’s favorite resting spot for the perfect view while enjoying the fruits of your labor. The guests will be delighted as they relax in the large wine barrel chairs, sitting under the gazebo, drinking the fabulous wine and enjoying the views below.


VINEYARD SITE ANALYSIS performed by — results partners vineyard development & management

SUMMARY: This beautiful and well-kept vineyard in the central part Chehalem Mountains AVA is nestled at the base of a narrow, vineyard lined canyon. According to the NRCS Soil Survey the soils are of the basalt based Saum-Parrett Series. These soils are deep to moderately deep and well drained. Grapevines grow very well on these soils and require very little input to grow and mature well. The elevation of the vineyard is between 400 and 530 feet which is very good for ripening grapes in the Willamette Valley. The neighboring vineyards are highly regarded vineyard sites known for producing top quality grapes. The property is largely planted though with some additional ground work it is possible that there is another acre worth of ground that could be planted to grapevines.


VINEYARD AERIAL MAPS Newberg, OR 97132

TOTAL ACRES: 20.2 TAX LOT 00100 3S 3W SEC 02 * Actual number of acres under vine can vary greatly due to set block sizing, row orientation, set backs, buffers, future infrastructure, etc.


VINEYARD LAND ASSESSMENT Newberg, OR 97132

TOTAL ACRES: 20.2 TAX LOT 00100 3S 3W SEC 02 * Actual number of acres under vine can vary greatly due to set block sizing, row orientation, set backs, buffers, future infrastructure, etc.


NRCS SOIL SURVEY MAP Newberg, OR 97132

TOTAL ACRES: 20.2 TAX LOT 00100 3S 3W SEC 02 2785C Saum-Parrett complex, 2 to 12 percent slopes 2785D Saum-Parrett complex, 12 to 20 percent slopes 2785E Saum-Parrett complex, 20 to 30 percent slopes

TOTAL ACRES: 20.2 TAX LOT 00100 3S 3W SEC 02 * Actual number of acres under vine can vary greatly due to set block sizing, row orientation, set backs, buffers, future infrastructure, etc.


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17425 NE Hillside Dr  

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