- Address: 535 North Pacific Highway West Rickreall, Oregon 97371
- Closest city (area): Rickreall
- Price: $1,600,000
- Lot Size: 211 acre farm
- Annual Property Tax: $3,935.34 for 2016-2017. Parcel numbers are 158819, 157854, 158020, 165066 and 165079.
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1.5
The address is 535 S. Pacific Hwy W, Rickreall, OR 97371. The Public Land Survey System (PLSS) locates this property in Township 7 South, Range 5 West, Sections 25, 30, 31 and 36. Polk County Tax Lots are 100, 200, 400, 1400 and 5400 in this PLSS area. The farm is directly across Hwy 99W (S. Pacific Hwy) to the west of the Polk County fairgrounds.
211.26 acres with 29.1 acres of water right out of Rickreall Creek. Borders are Hwy 99W on the East, Eola Hills Winery on the Northeast corner, Rickreall Creek on the West and North and the Southern Pacific Railroad and neighboring farmland and commercial property forming the south boundary. The Farm Service Agency aerial farm map indicates 171.77 acres of cropland with the balance in pasture, trees and farmstead area. Soil Classes: are 9% Class 1, 37% Class 2, 35% Class 3, 8.5% Class 4 and 8% Class 6.
Exclusive Farm Use (EFU).
A 1900s two story house with 3 bedrooms, formal dining area, 1½ baths, and a full basement. The home has been extensively remodeled and is in beautiful condition. The grounds are nicely landscaped and the home is shaded by large deciduous trees. Outbuildings are a three stall garage and a three sided machine sheds and livestock shelters. This farm will be sold with a life estate for the sellers only on the home, garage, yard and small orchard “The Farmstead. ”
WATER RIGHTS: Certificate 24217 has a priority date on February 26, 1951, allowing irrigation for 29.1 acres from Rickreall Creek. DOMESTIC WATER: Well Log Polk 2141 indicates that the well was constructed August 14, 1969, to a depth of 65’ and bailer tested at 70 gpm.
This is an excellent farm in a convenient location with markets; shopping, schools and healthcare close by. The home and grounds are above average and are sited on a scenic hill top. The farm is well taken care of and is top shape. There are approximately 85 acres that may be suitable for a hazelnut orchard according to the soil types described by Oregon State University Extension Service in its paper entitled Orchard Site Selection, Growing Hazelnuts in the Pacific Northwest. This farm will be sold with a life estate for the sellers only on the home and garage, yard and orchard as noted above. DISCAIMER: This information is from sources deemed reliable but not guaranteed by the brokerage or broker. Agri-Business Real Estate Services proudly represents the seller of this property. Buyers are urged to seek independent verification, thorough professional inspections and personal review of the condition of the property and the information contained herein. The property is subject to prior sale, price change, correction or withdrawal