Brett Veatch

Please view my property listings below.
$1,350,000  •  990 acres
Central Oregon Ranch. Deer, Elk, Goose & Duck hunting. Mt. Hood view. Ponds & irrigation canal. 4 bed home built in 2003 plus original farmhouse.
$1,500,000  •  149 acres
Beautiful farm with Umpqua River frontage and irrigation rights. Highly productive sandy loam soils. Established homestead. Excellent property for many permanent crops such as hazelnuts, kiwi, blueberries, hops and similar high value assets.
$5,000,000  •  378 acres
378 acre farm along Umpqua River. Irrigated. Suitable for permanent crops such as vineyard, hazelnuts, blueberries or kiwi. Additional acreage available. Call for a digital offering package.
$1,950,000  •  240 acres
240 acre vineyard site in the heart of Oregon wine country divisible into 3 parcels. Limited water rights. May be possible to expand with placement of reservoir. Fantastic location for Pinot or Chardonnay. High tourist traffic in local area. Beautiful location for winery, tasting room and event - view the entire valley and Mt. Hood. Gorgeous, private setting for home. Call for a complete informational package.
$1,750,000  •  168 acres
This farm boasts river frontage and irrigation water can be purchased from the BOR. Permanent water rights may be possible. Beautiful setting near the state capital. This property has been recently tiled, limed and planted to a cover crop. Approximately 80 acres would be suitable for hazelnuts. There is a well maintained existing home and 5 acre vineyard. Please call for a complete informational package.
$3,415,000  •  472 acres
This farm included 6 irrigation wells and 4 domestic wells. Water rights for approximately 226 acres with the potential for adding additional acres. One existing home and a possible second home site. Recently fenced and improved for stock watering. Organic certified. Call for a complete informational package.
$3,614,000  •  971 acres
971 acres in Columbia County, Oregon. The property has frontage on the Multnomah Channel - a 21 mile tributary of the Willamette River which merges with the Columbia River. Currently planted to a stand poplar for the pulp and fiber market. There is a high likelihood of significant commercial aggregate reserves under the property as high-grade aggregate is mined from nearby parcels. This is a diverse parcel with many potential uses - nursery stock, a variety of field crops, a conservation easement, hunting/fishing and a variety of other possibilities. Please contact Broker for a complete informational package.
Agri-Investment Services Group of Berkshire Hathaway NW Real Estate

Brett Veatch
PO Box 24
Newberg, OR 97132

Office: 503-708-4663