- Address: 29405 Southwest Farmington Road Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
- Price: $3,500,000.
- Lot Size: 200 acres
- Annual Property Tax: $3,189 for the tax year 2015/16.
N2K Berry Farm is located along SW Farmington Road near the intersection of Hwy 219. It is approximately 5.5 miles southeast of Hillsboro and 5 miles west of Beaverton in Washington County, Oregon. The physical address is 29000 & 29405 SW Farmington Road Hillsboro, Oregon Map & Section: T. 1S-R. 2W, Section 31 (Portion in Section 30) Tax Lot(s): 100, 200 & 201
The total acreage of the farm is of 200 acres. It is comprised of approximately 94 acres of irrigated tillable cropland, 83 acres of irrigated Blueberries, 20 acres of buildings, roads and ancillary land, and a 3 acre home site. Tax lot 200 is 90.97 acres on the north side of Farmington Road and also borders Hwy 219. Tax lot 100 (38.7 acres) and tax lot 201 (70.63 acres) are on the south side of Farmington road and border Robinson road and Christensen creek. Tax lot 100 is 38.7 acres and includes the site of a previous farm labor camp. Soils: Over 90% of the property is comprised of Class II Aloha and Woodburn silt loams. The property includes minor intrusions of Amity silt loam and Wapato silty clay loam. The tillable acreage is nearly 100% comprised of Aloha and Woodburn soils.
The property is zoned EFU (Exclusive Farm Use).
Building improvements consist of a simple single family residence, newly constructed shop (2007), large barn with cooler (not recently used), and several out buildings.
The property includes ample water rights to irrigate. Primary groundwater rights from the well totaling 172 acres are under certificate GR 477 (1957) and certificate 81079 (1979). There are multiple additional primary and supplemental rights on file. These cover surface water rights, diversion from Christensen creek, rights to hold water in the LRM Pond and additional Swale reservoir. The well is approximately 700’ deep and has a 12” casing. A submersible 50 HP pump and a 30 HP booster pump are used. The booster pump and panel are new in 2014. A second pumping station from ground water stored in the Swale uses a 30 HP pump (refurbished in 2015). A Lakos sand filter system was installed in spring 2015 at the Swale pumping station to accommodate the new acreage under double drip lines. An Amiad filter is in place at the Well head.
A rare opportunity to own a fully operational Blueberry farm with excellent management in place and room to expand. A full complement of equipment is included at this price. This includes a Littau Harvester, sprayer, tractor, and all other equipment. The shop has a solar array that generates approximately 24,000 KWH to offset a portion of electricity charges. The sellers are seeking a cash out sale of this property.
Information is from sources deemed reliable but not guaranteed by the broker. Agri-Business Real Estate Services proudly represents the sellers of this property; buyers are urged to seek independent verification, through professional inspections and personal review, of the condition of the property and the facts contained herein. Property is subject to prior sale, price change, correction or withdrawal.