Ranch property for sale:
80 acre Crawford place: Legal approvals to build have already been obtained. The property is surveyed, off grid, with excellent views and perfect privacy, located about 30 minutes equidistant from cosmopolitan Bend, Prineville, and Redmond Airport.
Price: $157,000. Suggested financing: $1315 per month, with $25k down, 132k balance, 10 years, 3.67% variable.
This property is the George W. Crawford homestead patent of 1914. About half has been farmed and half is in junipers. The farmed area forms a bowl that catches rain runoff from higher elevation to the south. This property is located near Highway 27 east of Bend.
160 acre Evans place: This is the Edward Evans homestead "spring ranch". It has several spring complexes and creeks where many deer and other wildlife come to water. This property is located about 40 minutes east of Bend, off Highway 27.
Price: $349,000. Attractive financing for monthly payments is available through us or through our bank.
(The 20 acre places, the Bear 80 acre properties, and the 178 have sold. Some of the advertisements propagate on the Internet and are not possible to remove.)
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. If you're looking for your own ranch, hunting, or homestead land, you've come to the right place.
We can also provide a cabin or tiny house like the ones pictured below, separately and at additional cost.
The Ranch house pictured above is available separately. It is a newly built, one room plus bathroom of about 300sqft, stick built, inspected to code, blue labelled structure. Our crews can add square footage as needed. It provides the owner with a ready-built structure as a main residence or as a headquarters while building a larger house. It is designed for flexibility and can be moved to any of the many potential home sites on the property.
This tiny house is also available separately:
Size: The 80 acre ranch is one half mile by one quarter mile in size. The 160 acre place is L-shaped, one half mile by three quarters of a mile.
- The properties have legal and year-around physical access.
- There are excellent mountain views and multiple potential home sites.
- We will transfer all mineral rights that we own to the new owner.
- There are excellent opportunities for sustainable living and stewardship of the land.
- The purchase of these properties provides full ownership of the land: no homeowners' association fees, no sharing of common land, no fractional ownership.
- UPS can deliver directly to the properties. Regular post is available from mailboxes on the highway.
- There are multiple Internet providers available.
A link from a recent news article on: Texans love ranch land
With modern communications, business can be carried out from anywhere, though it is a big advantage to have a major city like Bend nearby.
There are daily nonstop flights from nearby Redmond Airport to large cities such as San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, and Denver.
Homesteaders took ownership of the land in accordance with the Homestead Act by improving the land as required by the Act. Crawford received a deed signed by Woodrow Wilson in 1914. The homesteads were used for grazing, farming, and mining exploration. Click here for the original homestead record. Go to Land Patents and enter Oregon and Crook County, and then George W. Crawford). Some of Crawfords' descendants still live in Central Oregon. Many of the Juniper posts used in fencing the ranch were originally built by him.
- The properties offer privacy and have large size, which is rare to have within commuting distance of a world class city.
- These properties allow an owner to keep his own horses and cattle.
- Nearby are thousands of acres of Bureau of Land Management federal land, leading all the way to Prineville Reservoir and beyond to the east and west. Large expanses of National Forest land are also in the area:
- Horse, hiking, and mountain bike trails are on the property itself, and trails lead directly from the property to hundreds of miles of trails through BLM and national forest. Ride your horse non-stop beginning at your property and beyond through these trails.
- Medical facilities within 30 minutes of this property are superb. Top-notch specialist doctors have been attracted to the region because of the lifestyle opporunities. The urgent care Bend Memorial Clinic and the main hospital at St. Charles Medical Center are world-class, outstanding facilities with efficient and polite staff. Just visit these hospitals and look around.
- The climate is favorable for people - and equipment, too. Facebook has its operating servers located near Prineville in an enterprise zone, where the temperature swing between warm days and cool, dry nights controls the servers' temperature.
- Here is a photo taken far away. It doesn't look like this out on the ranches. Get away from the traffic:
- There are numerous bird populations, deer, antelope, and (seasonally) elk.
- Boating, water skiing, and fishing are nearby at the beautiful Prineville Reservoir:
- An owner can create deer plots, in which forage is grown to attract and build deer and wildlife populations.
- An owner can hunt on his own property, which is especially advantageous as the quality of hunting on public land declines.
- There is unlimited firewood, and excellent firepit or BBQ locations.
- There is plenty of space for trap or skeet shooting.
- The properties are about 30 minutes to the county seat of Prineville and 30 minutes to Bend, both offering all the amenities of a cosmopolitan lifestyle, fine restaurants, shopping, excellent schools and hospitals.
- People from east of the Mississippi will find the lack of biting insects to be delightful.
- There is pure air and nearly 300 days of sunshine each year (318 VFR days for pilots).
- Snow skiing at Mount Bachelor, an hour away:
- There is world class trout fishing in the region:
- Proximity to historical sites including the Meek wagon train trail and old homestead sites. Excellent historical information is available at the Bowman Museum and the Crook County Historical Society in Prineville and pioneering and homesteading information is at the High Desert Museum.
- Blue Bucket Mine country. The photograph below was not taken on the property.
- Rockhounding and geology: information at Forest Service site.
- High speed broadband internet available - it’s becoming more and more necessary today.
- Possibilities for helicopter landing sites.
- Golf at one of the 25 golf courses in the region listed here.
- Astronomical study is popular in the area and can be done on the ranch itself or at the Pine Mountain Observatory
- A very well-written diary of life on a 20 acre ranch in the region, including tips on building, is available here. The diary notes that for a property of this size, it will take a lot of walking around to select the best spots.
- Bird watching is one of the fastest growing activities in the region.
- the region is a center for national cycling, and it is common to see cycling teams in training.