- Address: 6640 Frank Rd, Sheridan, OR 97378
- Price: 650,000
- Lot Size: 85.5 tax roll acres
- Annual Property Tax: 1568 for the 2018/19 tax year
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
This property is located in Township 6 South, Range 6 West, Section 26, tax lot 401, Polk County Oregon. The physical address is 6640 Frank Rd Sheridan. It is approximately 6 miles south of Sheridan and 20 miles west of the City of Salem.
The land consists of 85.5 tax roll acres. The northern 60% of the property slopes gently to the south/southwest from Frank Rd. The southern 40% of the property slopes to the north. There is non-fish bearing drainage throughout the property and numerous places to build ponds or reservoirs. Native oak and some residual fir cover portions of the southern 40%. The northern 60% is bare tillable land.
There is a new 2018 Eagle model Fleetwood double-wide manufactured located on the property. It is a three-bedroom, two bath home with vaulted ceilings. A new septic system was installed and the domestic water is supplied by Perrydale Domestic Water Association
WATER RIGHTS: There are no water rights associated with this property. However, there are several small ponds and several good reservoir sites where water may be impounded and with proper approval water rights may be obtained. Buyer are urged to consult with the State of Oregon Water Resource Dept. or a Certified Water Rights Examiner or Engineer. DOMESTIC WELL: There is no domestic well for the property. Domestic water is supplied by the Perrydale Domestic Water Association.
This is an attractive parcel of farm land that offers a peaceful hill-top homesite with a view over the land and the mountains in the east. The home is comfortable and new. The land offers many different opportunities. Currently used as dry farm land, it offers potential for vineyard production or Christmas trees. There is a mixture open land and oak savannas. Wildlife abounds on the property.
The soils are 44% Suver silty clay loam 3-30% slopes Capability Class IV; 22% Bellpine silty clay loam with 3 to 20% slopes Capability Class II; and 17% Rickreall silty clay loam 3-20% slopes Capability Class IV. Some of these soils are listed as suitable for vineyard production and the other may be suitable with some sub-surface drainage. The property is located in the Van Duzer American Viticulture Area (AVA). This is a sub AVA of the larger Willamette Valley AVA.