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northwest quail run drive GASTON, OREGON

"This fond attachment to the well-known place Whence first we started into life's long race, Maintains its hold with such unfailing sway, We feel it even in age, and at our latest day." William Cowper

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


A private getaway residence nestled in Wine Country utopia...

Breath-taking views of the Cascade and Chehalem ranges strike you everywhere you look. As you do your day-to-day routines within this home, you will never miss out on a glimpse of wonder, natural beauty, and grandeur the hills and valleys of Oregon has to offer. “Open” is the first word that comes to mind as you step into this 3,138 SF, 4-bedroom home. After being greeted with uniquely-designed, stained glass windows at the entrance, you will be immersed in the openstyle floor plan, complemented with large windows that grace the hardwood, contemporary interior with the perfect amount of natural light. The absence of walls in this home will allow guests to have deeper, more meaningful company with one another. You will fall in love with cooking as you will be treated with a gourmet kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and a spacious island. A wet bar open to the dining room and family room will surely add more flair to the next party you host. When you need a special place to relax, look for the French doors leading to the large covered deck area where you can peacefully read a book in the presence of beautiful valley views. Pathways encompassing the home will take you around the beautiful, landscaped garden adorned with a water feature and a greenhouse that should give you a helping hand in all your gardening efforts. Not only will this home bring you a new-found sense of peace and privacy, it will also grant you the opportunity to be reap the benefit of a vineyard, right here in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. With approximately 13 plantable acres, this vineyard is waiting to be nurtured by your hands. What better way to take advantage of Oregon's Wine Country than to jump in the Wine Industry and make this vineyard your very own. If the countless vineyards surrounding this home don’t give it away already, you will be conveniently located in an area known for cultivating the nation’s most critically-acclaimed wines. This region of Oregon is home to over 30 wineries and tasting rooms and over 100 carefully-farmed vineyards. Some well-known wineries and vineyards in the area include Beacon Hill Winery and Vineyard, Atticus Wine, and Kramer Vineyards that’s just around the corner. There’s a piece of Wine Country to be discovered just about everywhere you look, so go ahead and don’t miss out.


PROPERTY DETAILS RESIDENCE

SCHOOLS

4 BEDROOMS

GASTON ELEMENTARY

2 FULL BATHS | 1 HALF BATH

GASTON MIDDLE SCHOOL

CUSTOM BUILT IN 1982

GASTON HIGH SCHOOL

3,138 TOTAL SF 3-CAR GARAGE ATTACHED OPEN-STYLE FLOOR PLAN

UTILITIES

LANDSCAPED GARDEN

HEATING: HEAT PUMP, GAS

2018 PROPERTY TAXES: $4,147.89

FIREPLACE COOLING: HEAT PUMP NEW SEPTIC INSTALLED (AUG 2011)

OUTBUILDINGS GREENHOUSE

BUYER TO VERIFY


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

GROSS PLANTABLE VINEYARD ACRES: Approximately 13.0 acres (see map). Dependent upon vineyard layout, avenue width and degree of maximization of land, Net Plantable acres are typically 75-90% of gross plantable acres. NET PLANTABLE VINEYARD ACRES: Dependent upon vineyard layout, avenue width and degree of maximization of land, Net Plantable acres are typically 75-90% of gross plantable acres. AVA (AMERICAN VITICULTURAL AREA): Yamhill-Carlton AVA VINEYARD SOIL TYPES PRESENT (NRCS SOIL SURVEY): There are variations of one soil complex on the site, Melbourne-Goodin silt loam. These are marine sediments with parent material of sandstone or siltstone. They are moderately to very deep soils which are well drained. It is recommended that an independent soil survey be done to best define the soils and their transitions within the property. SLOPE/ASPECT: This hillside property slopes off to the south and the east with some fairly steep, short slopes on the far south side of the property. Some of the draws are too steep for planting, some areas are on the verge of being too steep however, most of the site has slopes that are typical of hillside vineyards and considered desirable. DRAINAGE: These soils are typically considered well drained and no drainage/water issues or Vsprings were seen while walking the site. ELEVATION: 540’ – 665’ elevation which is within the sweet spot for ripening wine grapes in the Willamette Valley. IRRIGATION: This site should be able to grow vines without the need for long term irrigation however, during the first few development years some supplemental irrigation will be necessary. Long term irrigation is becoming more typical in the Willamette Valley as our summers become warmer and should be considered following a thorough soil survey. “FARMABILITY”: The majority of the site can be farmed with ease however the areas of the map highlighted in green will be more difficult to farm either because they are small areas or because the slope is significant and the row orientation will be determined by geography rather than by solar orientation or farming efficiency. The site has been cleared of trees but there is significant work to be done in cleaning up from the clearing. There is a short fence surrounding most of the property that will require some work to bring back to full functionality. VINEYARD: There is currently a one acre (+/-) vineyard planted on the property that was developed in the last couple of years. Approximately 50% of the vines will need to be replanted however, the trellis system is in place and could be utilized. Wooden end posts, metal in line stakes and a single set of moveable catch wires make up the trellis system. The vineyard has a vinyl deer fence surrounding it. SUMMARY: This is a very pretty site with beautiful views and is near to a number of highly regarded vineyards. The elevation, aspect, slope and soil types are all consistent with high quality vineyards. There are some steep areas on the property that will make farming more difficult but not impossible with use of the appropriate farm equipment. The site is off of a well traveled road and is easily accessible for farm equipment and visitors to the site.


VINEYARD LAND ASSESSMENT Gaston, OR 97119

TOTAL ACRES: 20 APPROXIMATE GROSS PLANTABLE: 13 T2S R4W SECT 3 TL#1404 BLUE: PRIME PLANTABLE LAND GREEN: SECONDARY VINEYARD LAND (STEEP AND/OR SMALL LAND)

* 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 Gaston, OR 97119

TOTAL ACRES: 20 APPROXIMATE GROSS PLANTABLE: 13 T2S R4W SECT 3 TL#1404 2769C Melbourne-Witham complex, hummocky, 2 to 25 percent slopes 2770C Melbourne-Goodin silt loams, 2 to 12 percent slopes 2770D Melbourne-Goodin silt loams, 12 to 20 percent slopes 2770E Melbourne-Goodin silt loams, 20 to 30 percent slopes 2770F Melbourne-Goodin silt loams, 30 to 60 percent slopes


TOPO MAPS Gaston, OR 97119

TAX LOT MAPS Gaston, OR 97119


RITA WOLFF Estate & Vineyard Broker | Licensed in Oregon 503 504 5258 | rita@ritawolff.com | ritawolff.com

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