Country Fixer with Horse Barn

Looking for inexpensive acreage in Oregon country?

Oregon Horse Property for Sale

 

 

This 7.17 acre property in the Willamette Valley needs a new owner!  Approximately 2 acres in trees with sloped terrain.  Four acres in pasture and the remainder in yard, grape vines and a variety of fruit trees. Pole barn has 3 horse  stalls,(2-approx. 12×24, 1-10×10) power and a tack room with grain bin.  Small round pen with sand footing inside the circular drive.

Horse Barn on Acreage for sale in Oregon

 

 


Single level fixer house is 1650 square feet with an attached 2 car garage.  There is an office and a bonus room in addition to the three bedrooms.  Covered deck perfect to take in the natural views.   You can make this your perfect Oregon country get away for you and your horse for just $225,000.  Interested in more details about this fixer horse property in Oregon?

Fixer house on acreage for sale in Oregon

 

 

Are you ready to buy acreage for  you and your horse this year?  Visit the only site dedicated to Horse Owner’s real estate needs in the Willamette Valley of Oregon.

One thought on “Country Fixer with Horse Barn

  1. Where in Linn county is this located? It seems a bit pricey for only 7 1/2 acres, a not-too-elegant barn, and a fixer-upper house.

    We are looking for more acreage – minimum of 10 acres, depending on the topography, but we currently have over 40 and it seems a bit small at times. Mixed topography – I have horses, my husband likes trees. He does not like totally flat lots. I need something with a least a couple somewhat level acres.

    Looking for a 1200 – 1500 sq. ft. home, more or less – it is just my husband and I with rare visits from a kid or two, so we don’t want to heat/clean/maintain a large home. A tear-down or vacant, but buildable property would be a plus, so that we could build exactly what we want. I will be 64 this year, and my husband 71. We are getting rather apprehensive about getting up on our 2nd story roof any more for repairs/gutter cleaning/chimney sweeping, etc., so only interested in a single story. My husband is primarily looking at homes 10 yrs old or less.

    We are looking for something around $400,000 with a home on it, $200,000 for vacant acreage.
    We can not deal with shared access. It is one of the main reasons we want to sell our current home.

    We are not planning on listing our current home (on Gilliam Rd., Dallas) until we find something to buy. We would sell it if someone came by who wanted it and offered us a reasonable price. I can give you more info if you are interested, or want to come out and see it. The property is really great, at least in my opinion.

    We are not in a hurry, and want to find just the “right” place to live the rest of our lives. My husband will be making all of the decisions, (I’m just grabbing mane and going for the ride), and he can be rather particular.

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