- Address: 11628 South Thomas Road Molalla, Oregon 97038
- Closest city (area): Molalla, Oregon
- Price: $1,999,000
- Lot Size: 383.5 Acres
- Annual Property Tax: $4,294 for the 2016/17 tax year.
This property is located in Township 5 South, Range 1 East Section 25 tax lot 1600 and Section 36tax lots 100 & 300. The physical address is 11628 S Thomas Road. Molalla, Oregon 97038.
The land is 383.5 tax roll acres and is currently set up as a ranch. The property slopes (up to 30 %) to the north and the shape and layout of the site are conducive to agricultural use. The soils are predominately Hardscrabble silt loam (26%), Ritner cobbly silty clay loam (21%), Nekia silty clay loam (20%), and Witzel very stony silt loam (18%). These are all Capability Class III to VI soils.
The subject improvements include a manufactured home, residence, loft barn, feeder shed, barn, equipment shop, pump house, and multiple storage sheds. The residence was built in 1945, according to Clackamas County records and reflects poor condition. The manufactured home on the property is not located on a permanent foundation. The barn totals 2,160 SF. It is a wood framed pole barn structure has wood siding, metal roofing, and multiple sliding doors. The rest of the buildings are at or near the end of their useful life.
According to the Oregon Water Resources Department the subject property has a total of 4.00 AC of water rights. The priority date is 1953. DOMESTIC WELL: An 8” domestic/test well was drilled in 1962 to depth of 352 feet. It bailer tested at 21 gallons per minutes with no draw down after 2 hours. The well log also indicates it was pump tested at 350 g. p.m. with 6’ of draw down after 8 hours.
This is a nice timbered ranch property. The slopes are generally to the north and are fairly steep in some locations. The soils are sufficient to grow good pasture and the lower ground is utilized for the production of hay. There is a substantial amount of merchantable timber on the property. Timber volume from a recent cruise is available as a courtesy to qualified buyers. The homes and improvements are not of much value but the mobile home is occupied and a replacement dwelling permit should not be difficult to obtain from Clackamas County Planning. There is a fantastic view of the Willamette Valley from the top of the property.