For Sale $95,000,000 | 33,000 Acres: Unquestionably one of the most beautiful blocks of timberland, not only in Oregon, but in the entire West. This prime investment presents an excellent opportunity for recreational enthusiasts who seek a private retreat with stunning views and abundant wildlife. When you compile the resources of water, timber, wildlife, recreation, conservation and development potential; with its close proximity to Bend, Oregon, you will find it is truly “One-of-a-Kind”.
For Sale $27,000,000 | 16,981 Acres: Opal Mountain is a premier carbon forestry investment consisting of approximately 16,981 acres in a large private block with exceptional wildlife, recreation, and water resources. Approximately, 14,100 acres of the property has been developed as a long-term California compliance carbon sequestration project. Opal Mountain is one of the largest compliance market carbon projects in the Pacific Northwest listed on the American Carbon Registry. The carbon project is projected to generate more than 700,000 carbon credits (tCO2e) over the next 20 years.
Sold 36,663 acres | Antone Ranch has it all and provides a rich resource for economic and recreational activities together with conservation potential and historical significance seldom found, thereby making it the greatest legacy ranch opportunity in the West.
SOLD 16,688 acres | The property consists of approximately 16,688 deeded acres. Of the deeded ground, approximately 2,813 acres at the Ranch headquarters are irrigated. These acres produce high-quality alfalfa, timothy, triticale and grass hay, and some irrigated pasture. Depending on annual stream run-off, many grass pastures are flood irrigated utilizing the stream flows of Trout Creek, Cottonwood Creek, and Willow Creek.
SOLD 30,108 acres | With two miles of John Day River frontage, the ranch consists of 31,561+/- deeded acres in a large contiguous block including riverfront irrigated fields, recreational range land and timber land.
Sold 7,188 acres | Conservation efforts could be quite attractive as the area is likely to see more conservation easement activity to solve the natural resource water limitations between farming and wildlife conservation making this a very attractive long term investment with current income and capital appreciation.
Sold 8,200 acres | The North Ochoco Ranch represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an exceptional ranch where you can raise and hunt your own natural food, on an exclusive, secluded, well-blocked ranch with incredible history.
Sold 22,200 acres | The Indian Creek Ranch offers a large resource with the capability of a large scale cattle operation combined with recreational attributes including deer, elk and antelope hunting. The water resources on the ranch are very impressive in terms of both irrigation water as well as upland livestock water including springs, creeks and lakes.
Sold 700 Acres | Weyland Diamond Ranch is a masterly designed recreational ranch with breathtaking and secluded setting with views of the Little Deschutes River and Cascade Mountains. The home and property offer endless opportunity for recreational activities without leaving home. The ranch is within an hour of skiing at Mt. Bachelor, fly fishing, golfing, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian activities, and all the outdoor activities that central Oregon has to offer.
Sold 1,099 Acres | Spectre Ranch is 1,099 deeded acres of recreational range and timberlands with Paulina Creek flowing through, plus views of Panoramic Cascade Mountain and Paulina Peak. The ranch has direct stream diversion water rights to irrigation 410+/- acres of pasture land including 3,780+/-acre-feet of storage in Paulina Lake. Spectre Ranch distinguishes itself from other central Oregon Ranches with its mountain views and close proximity to Bend. There are also 11 tax lots with significant value-added development potential.