- Address: 13543 Manning Road Northeast Gervais, Oregon 97026
- Price: 3,400,000
The sellers are seeking a cash-out sale.
- Annual Property Tax: $3,563 for the 2017/18 tax year.
13543 Manning Rd NE. Gervais, Oregon 97026. Township 5S, Range 2W, Section 21, tax lots 3400 and 3600, and Section 28, tax lot 400, Marion County, Oregon.
The parcel consists of 211.19 tax roll acres. This farm is level with a slight slope to the north towards E. Champoeg Creek which crosses the NE corner of the property. It is divided by Manning Rd NE. SOILS: mixture of approximately 83% Class II Amity silt loam and Woodburn silt loam (0-3% slopes), 6% Class III Concord silt loam, and 11% Class IV Dayton silt loam
There is a home on the property that was constructed in 1950 according to the Marion Tax Assessor’s records. It has three bedrooms and 1and a half baths. The home has been vacant for several years and in need of some repairs.
A search of the Oregon Water Resources Department (OWRD) records indicate that the subject property has irrigation rights (Certificate No. 39792) for 127.4 acres from two drilled wells. Well number one (MARI 2552) was drilled in 1966 to a depth of 120 feet and tested when drilled to yield 525 gallons per minute (g.p.m). Well number two (MARI 2590) was drilled in 1968 to a depth of 154 feet and tested when drilled to yield 400-800 g.p.m. On October 26, 2017 application # G-18573 was file with the (OWRD) for additional water rights for the portion of this farm that is not currently irrigated. This application continues to move through the process with ODRW. A decision should be forthcoming in mid-2018. DOMESTIC WELL: A domestic well (MARI 2601) was drilled in 1960 to a depth of 138 feet and bail tested when drilled to yield 40 g.p.m.
What the pioneers came to Oregon for; great soils and good water. 166 acres tillable with 128 acres irrigated. 45 acres Oak and scattered Douglas Fir. Plenty of water to add additional acres. additional water rights have been applied for. Fixable home with a second home site. Nice level ground some old tiling.