There are 124.76 tax roll Acres. The property is level to slightly undulating.
There is a mobile home site (home not included), a machine shed and an older barn.
70% Class III Clackamas gravelly loam, Holcomb silt loam and Sifton gravelly loam, and 25% Class IV Courtney gravelly silty clay loam and Dayton silt loam. 5% Class II Salem, gravelly silt loam
Certificate No. 40005 is for the irrigation of 62 acres from a well with a priority date of May 14, 1968, and Permit No. G-12535 is for the irrigation of 62 acres from a well with a priority date of May 7, 1993.
DOMESTIC WELL: No information was located for the domestic well.
TAXES: $1,877 for the tax year 2014/15
- Address: 5732 Bear Lane Southeast Turner, Oregon 97392
- Closest city (area): Turner
- Price: $899,000
- Lot Size: 124.78 acres
- Annual Property Tax: 1877
- Bedrooms: -
- Bathrooms: -
- Square Footage: -
This farm is located in Township 9 South, Range 2 West, Section 4, Tax lots 1400,1500,1600,1700,and 1800 in Marion County, Oregon. The physical address is 3752 Bear Ln. SE Turner, OR 97392. this is just south of the town of Turner and approximately 5 miles south east of Salem.
The farm contains 124.78 tax roll acres and is relatively level to slightly undulating. It is nearly rectangular in shape and is not obstructed by creeks, ditches or irrigation canals. The online Marion County Area Soil Survey indicates that the soils on the subject properties are a mixture of approximately 5% Class II Salem Gravelly silt loam, 70% Class III Clackamas gravelly loam, Holcomb silt loam and Sifton gravelly loam, and 25% Class IV Courtney gravelly silty clay loam and Dayton silt loam.
Exclusive Farm Use. This zoning designation limits the placements of dwellings on properties. Buyers are urged to consult with the Marion County Planning Department about zoning designations and the placements of dwellings.
There is currently an older double wide home on this property that is not owned by this seller and is not included in this sale. It may be available for separate purchase. There is also a large older barn and a machine shed/shop. all of the improvements on this property are in need of repair.
An online review of the Oregon Water Resource Department records disclosed two water right filings. Certificate No. 40005 is for the irrigation of 62 acres from a well with a priority date of May 14, 1968, and Permit No. G-12535 is for the irrigation of 62 acres from a well with a priority date of May 7, 1993. A search for well logs disclosed an irrigation well drilled in 1968 to a depth of 135 feet and tested when drilled to yield 700 gallons per minutes.
This is a nice sized parcel of land, well located in the Willamette Valley. The buildings are not an over improvement for this farm but still offer some good use-able life. The soils are sufficient for a majority of crops grown in the valley. The farm could be improved with the addition of tiling.
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