approx. 601 acres | approx. 180 plantable acres RICKREALL, OREGON
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HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH - WILLAMETTE VALLEY'S POTPOURRI OF INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES... "Hidden Valley Ranch" presents a rare find with potential for a multitude of income opportunities in the heart of Eola Hills. With spectacular views and approximately 180 plantable acres, this property begs a purchaser to plant a vineyard, build an amazing winery and tasting room, where one can sip the fruits of your labor while taking in the breathtaking views of the Willamette Valley. Diversify the property and create an Equestrian’s dream, a center along with miles of trials meandering throughout the forests. The substantial value of standing timber offers opportunity to harvest and re-plant for future generations. This property has been farmed, and in the same family, for three generations, making it a novel and rare chance to capitalize on. With multiple dwellings and homesites available, the possibilities are endless for creating a haven of homes. Each existing abode possesses its own character, including the original homesite snuggled among the trees. Find yourself relaxing on the expansive deck of one of the lovely contemporary homes that's been strategically positioned for you to take in those brilliant amber valley sunsets. No matter where you travel throughout the property, you will find breathtaking views of the Coastal Range and Willamette Valley, a region known for its natural beauty and superb wines. Located in Oregon's Wine Country, you'll be situated among the most Nationally acclaimed wineries of the Eola Hills AVA, including Bethel Heights, Zenith, Eola Hills and Brooks Wineries. Along with over 50 wineries and vineyards, who have cultivated successful brands, join the success and create your own unique label (or expand your current). With multiple income streams possible, this is truly a rare opportunity to seize. Don’t let this one pass you by… make your vision a reality and sow your seeds of greatness (before someone else does) at Hidden Valley Ranch.
PROPERTY DETAILS 7 HOMESITES TOTAL (INCLUDING 3 AVAILABLE UNDER MEASURE 49) INCLUDES A 4-BEDROOM HOME NESTLED AMONG ACRES OF TREES AND A CREEK OUTBUILDINGS: BARN SPECTACULAR OPPORTUNITY FOR WINERY, TASTING ROOM, AND EQUESTRIAN CENTER SUBSTANTIAL MARKETABLE TIMBER LARGE IRRIGATION RESERVOIR (WATER RIGHTS IN PROCESS BEING PERFECTED) APPROXIMATELY 601 ACRES APPROXIMATELY 180 PRIME PLANTABLE ACRES ATHEY CREEK RUNS THROUGH PROPERTY PURCHASE OPTIONS:
"VINEYARD" LAND: 241.66 ACRES
"TIMBER" LAND: 382.34 ACRES
SUBJECT TO FINAL LOT ADJUSTMENT BUYER TO VERIFY
VINEYARD SITE ANALYSIS performed by â€” results partners vineyard development & management
GROSS PLANTABLE VINEYARD ACRES: Approximately 180 NET PLANTABLE VINEYARD ACRES: Typically 80-90% of gross plantable acres depending on layout. AVA (AMERICAN VITICULTURAL AREA): Eola Hills VINEYARD SOIL TYPES PRESENT (NRCS SOIL SURVEY): Sedimentary soil types prevail. Major types being Chehulpum, Steiwer, Hazelair and Witham. Note: It is recommended that an indpendent soil survey be performed to better define soil type transitions. SLOPE/ASPECT: Areas outlined for vineyard development range from 90 to 180 degrees from north and exist on slopes from 5 to 35 percent. DRAINAGE: The Chehulpum and Hazelair soils will benefit greatly from grid-tiling (artificial sub-surface drain tile installed every 40â€™ to intercept and remove seasonally high water tables). Localized tiling may be required in areas of soil transition or in natural drainageways. ELEVATION: 250'-690' above sea-level in areas classified as having vineyard potential. IRRIGATION: Recommended given soil type. FARMABILITY: Many of the forested areas were difficult to access due to heavy underbrush. Topographical maps were relied on heavily in these areas to determine plantable boundaries. Much of the vineyard ground currently planted to grass seed would lend itself better to higher production grape growing where larger blocks could be more efficiently farmed and mechanized. The smaller hillside blocks would have higher development and farming costs associated with them given the clearing component, steepness of terrain, small size and higher dependency on hand labor.
VINEYARD LAND ASSESSMENT Rickreall, OR 97371
TOTAL ACRES: 601.68 APPROX. GROSS PLANTABLE: 180
* Actual number of acres under vine can vary greatly due to set block sizing, row orientation, set backs, buffers, future infrastructure, etc.
USGS SOIL SURVEY
Industry recognized vineyard soils | Rickreall, OR 97371
15 Chehulpum 16 Chehulpum/ Steiwer 29 Hazelair 67 Steiwer 2798 Witham
tax lot map Rickreall, OR 97371
"VINEYARD" PROPERTY: TAX LOTS 100, 200, 300, 301 "TIMBER" PROPERTY: TAX LOTS 302, 303, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404
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