- Address: 21465 Arbor Grove Road Northeast Saint Paul, Oregon 97137
- Price: $1,800,000
- Lot Size: 74.51 tax roll acres
- Annual Property Tax: $4,808. For the 2017/18 tax year
- Square Footage: 2,879
This property is located in Township 4S, Range 2W, Section 14, tax lots 100 and 200, Marion County, Oregon. Property has a site address of 21465 Arbor Grove Rd NE, St Paul, Oregon.
LAND: The land consists of 74.51 tax roll acres. It is a mixture of open irrigated crop land, creek bottoms and timber/brushed terrace escarpments. There approximately 55 acres of tillable land. Some of the brush areas could potential be cleared for additional tillable acres. It is currently has a mixed use of blueberry production and nursery/greenhouse site. SOILS: The soils on the subject property are a mixture of approximately 52% Class II Woodburn silt loams (0-12% slopes), 35% Class III Wapato silty clay loam (frequent flooding) and Woodburn Silt loam (12-20% slopes), and 13% Class VI Terrace escarpments.
There is a modern single level home that is 2,879 square feet (sq. ft.) that was constructed in 1989. There are two machine shed, 1,920 and 1,980 sq. ft. A barn with 2,280 square feet with a full loft. There are three other buildings totaling 1,624 square feet. In addition to the permanent buildings there are 21,000 square feet of frost control structures.
WATER RIGHTS: Oregon Water Resources Department records indicate that the subject property has water rights from Champoeg Creek under Certificate No. 24035 for 54.4 acres. Said certificate was issued in the name of John D. Winslow and has a priority date of December 4, 1952. DOMESTIC WELL: Well Log MARI 59739 is for a domestic well that was drilled in 2006 to a depth of 280 feet and air tested when drilled to yield 50 gallons per minute (gpm). Well Log MARI 62629 is for a domestic well that was drilled in 2009 to a depth of 320 feet and air tested when drilled to yield 150 gpm. Well Log MARI 65424 is for a domestic well that was drilled in 2014 to a depth of 342 feet and air tested when drilled to yield 400 gpm.
This is an attractive and well planned out farm unit. The soils are of good quality and will produce most crops grown here in the valley. The improvements are well constructed and in very good condition. The location is convenient to Interstate 5 at the Donald exit.