Expansive irrigated farmland nestled in the rural countryside, currently planted in corn & wheat crops.This land highlights a mostly level terrain, stunning surrounding views, grazing pasture, and state-of-the-art Reinke irrigation system with center pivots and wheel lines. Features 151.0 water right acres through Owyhee Irrigation District. There is currently a tenant farmer lease is in place through the end of 2019.Would make a beautiful location to build your dream home. Features:
235.02 Acres 151.00 Acres of Water Rights Grazing Pasture Ideal for Crops Irrigated Reinke Irrigation Center Pivots & Wheel Lines 1983 Manufactured Home - 1404 Sq Ft (Not Livable)
The farm land is situated inMalheur Countywhich is the second largest county in Oregon.The area is known for its prime agricultural growing land which commonly produces crops such as potatoes, sugar beets, and onions.The eastern Oregon landscape is also conducive to raising livestock with an abundance of rangeland to graze cattle or horses. Besides the robust agricultural economy,Malheur Countyis a popular destination for outdoor recreation. Locals love to fish the waters of Malheur Countys many rivers which encompass theMalheur River,Owyhee River,Snake Riverand their many tributaries. Other fishing hot spots nearby include theBully Creek ReservoirandLake Owyhee State Park. Both recreational parks additionally offer opportunities for boating, watersports, RV camping, and hiking. Vale, Oregonis a small community that lies along banks of the Malheur River where it converges with Bully Creek.Valeis a mere 75 miles northwest of Boise, Idaho so it is close to an airport, hospitals, shopping, and entertainment. It acts as the county seat ofMalheur Countyand is a common stop for travelers driving between western Oregon and the Boise metro area. The region was a hub for travelers historically as well.Valewas a popular destination for trappers, missionaries and settlers that were journeying along the Oregon Trail. In fact, it was the first stop in Oregon for those making the trek along this famous trail.Valehas beautiful vibrant outdoor murals dispersed throughout the community that depict the journey of theseOregon Trailpioneers. Every year theMural Societyadds another hand painted piece to the collection enticing visitors to return. Another attraction celebrating its Oregon Trail heritage is theKeeney Pass Interpretive Site. The remarkable past can be also witnessed by the many historical buildings throughout the town such as theRinehart Stone House, theGrand Opera House, the Vale Hotel and many others which were built at the turn of the 20thcentury. Local attractions and events include theMalheur County Fair, the annual New Years Eve Fireworks Display, and the annual Vale Fire Department Crab Feed. One of the most exciting events to attend in Vale is the annual Oregon Trail Days Celebration held the week of July 4thwhich features a rodeo, car show, pie contest, and a lumberjack competition.
From US-20/US-26, N on John Day Hwy, W onto 4th Ave E.