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$7,000,000  •  9,310 acres
The Beaver Creek Ranch is situated 8 miles South of Baker City in Northeast Oregon. This is the first time offering of this ranch and it is priced to sell. The Ranch is balanced with over 260 acres of irrigated hay and pasture featuring good full season water and approximately 1.5 miles of the Powder River running through the ranch. The ranch runs South with native range pasture into a small amount of scattered timber on the upper end of the ranch. The owner has spent considerable effort establishing good stock water in the various pastures. Interior cross fencing and perimeter fencing is in great condition. Improvements include a nice home, barns, outbuildings, good corrals and livestock handling facilities; all of which are in great shape. All of the property is contiguous with the exception of a 2,000 acre pasture that is nearby, offering good spring, summer or fall grazing; you can drive the cattle to and from the main ranch. If you are looking for a ranch that offers good production with ease of management, this is it. Whether it is a cow/calf, yearling or a combination, the ranch offers that kind of flexibility. It has hunting and fishing, all of which could be further developed should one desire. We are very pleased to present this ranch. At a time when nearly all properties are obscenely over priced, this one is not. Please give us a call for further information. $7,000,000.
$3,000,000  •  1,609 acres
Antelope Mountain Property: This property contains over 1,600 deeded acres at the base of the Elkhorn Range in the Blue Mountains of Northeast Oregon. Antelope Mountain is timbered, rugged, yet readily accessible year-round and only minutes from Anthony Lakes Ski Resort. The Mountain is host to resident populations of big game, has numerous springs, is ideal for riding and would make the ultimate private retreat. First time offering at $3,950,000 including timber. Price REDUCED to $3,000,000!!
$1,950,000  •  200 acres
Pheasant Ridge Farm is an exquisite ranch situated in Baker County's peaceful Eagle Valley. The ranch is positioned in a picturesque rural setting with 200 deeded acres of rolling topography. With its many amenities, the ranch is set up for many possible uses. It could be an owner-operated cattle ranch, a recreational hunting sanctuary, a vacation rental, a corporate retreat, or an outfitters headquarters. There is a beautiful country home sitting on top of the hill of the 5-acre homestead, perfectly situated to take in the amazing views of Eagle Valley and Brownlee Reservoir. The single level home built in 2005 consists of 2670 square feet of living space. The open floor plan in the main living space is both ideal for entertaining and is one of the best places in the home to enjoy the stunning views. The great room showcases a vaulted ceiling and a decorative corner gas fireplace. Just off of the great room is an elegant kitchen adorned with tile countertops, a granite top island, rustic cherry wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a pantry, and a wine bar. Another notable space is the master bedroom suite, which has private access to the exterior deck. Adjoining the master bedroom is a large relaxing master bathroom highlighting a dual vanity, tile counters, and a walk-in closet. Besides the common area, the home consists of 2 guest bedrooms, an office which could be used as a 4th bedroom, a bonus work out room with a sauna, a spacious laundry room, and an attached 2 car garage. The home also has a surround sound system, high-speed internet, and a security system.The exterior space exhibits a hot tub and Trex deck that overlooks the beautifully expansive vista and landscaped yard. From the yard, a staircase has been installed that leads to the two outbuildings. One of these is the 600 square foot apartment ideal for tenants or a guest suite. The apartment features a kitchenette, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, a laundry room and is attached to the 832 square foot shop. There is a separate exterior entrance to access the apartment, but it also has an entrance into the shop. The shop is great a great work or storage space. It is heated and insulated with 2 overhead doors and wired with 220-volt power. The home site also showcases a 1,620 square foot enclosed metal equipment building with skylights, concrete floors, power, 2 overhead doors, and a man door. Other amenities include the buried sprinkler system, private driveway and septic system.This property is great for someone looking for a sustainable living lifestyle. Found among the vast acreage is a 10ft deep pond, an orchard, vineyards, irrigated pasture, and a wildlife habitat. The vineyard is planted with a variety of wine grapes and table grapes and is irrigated through a trellis and drip system. The fruit trees dispersed on the property include cherry, plum, peach, apple, and pear trees. In addition, there are several blackberry, raspberry, and marionberry bushes on the property.Pheasant Ridge Farm is fenced completely around the perimeter of the property with approximately 70+ acres of irrigated pasture. This pasture land, along with the year-round spring-fed pond and streams make it great for grazing cattle, livestock or horses. The property adequately supports 70 pair from mid-May through Oct 1st and is currently rented to a tenant farmer. For the crop operations, the ranch provides approximately 128 acres of water irrigation rights through the Brooks Ditch and 22 acres of water rights from the Newt Your Ditch. The water is delivered through a system that includes gated pipe, sprinklers, 10 movable big guns, and drip lines. In addition to the agriculture benefits, the ranch is a recreational haven for wildlife. One can privately partake in camping, atving, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and hunting on the property. There is also approximately 130 acres of wildlife habitat ideal for big game hunting. In fact, 2 landowner preference hunting tags for deer and elk are available each year. Other wildlife frequently spotted on the property include bear, pheasant, geese, duck, and waterfowl. LAND FEATURES200 Deeded AcresVineyardsFruit TreesBerriesPerimeter FenceWater RightsSpring Fed PondIrrigated PastureIrrigation SystemINTERIOR FEATURESKitchenStainless Steel AppliancesGranite Counter IslandCherry Wood CabinetsTile Counter TopsPantryWine BarGreat RoomVaulted CeilingFireplaceWorkout Room with SaunaOfficeCentral Air/Surround SoundSecurity SystemEXTERIOR FEATURES2 Car Attached GarageTrex DeckHot TubUnderground Sprinkler SystemIrrigation SystemSepticRV ParkingPrivate DrivewayOUTBUILDINGSHeated & Insulated Shop with: 220 Volt Power Separate Living Quarters 2 Overhead DoorsEquipment Building 2 Overhead Doors RECREATIONHunting (2 Land Owner Tags)Big Game (Elk, Deer, Bear)Waterfowl (Duck, Geese)Upland Game Birds (Pheasant, Quail, Turkey)CampingFishingHorseback Riding Pheasant Ridge Farm is nestled in the quaint farming and ranching community of Richland, Oregon. The town of Richland is a popular recreational destination, especially for the avid fisherman. It is located just minutes from the Powder River arm of the Brownlee Reservoir. Brownlee Reservoir is known for its fishing opportunities. Fish species commonly caught in its waters include smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, trout, perch, bluegill, and rainbow trout. Just 2 miles from Richland is the Harry M. Hewitt Memorial Park. The park is a great place to enjoy the natural beauty of Brownlee Reservoir and offers RV camping, tent camping, boat ramps, picnic tables, and playground equipment. Besides recreational opportunities, Richland has a variety of dining, lodging, and shopping options. Its residents celebrate Eagle Valley Days every year with a community barbeque, parade, and pie auction.Richland is situated in the Northeast Oregon region which is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts presenting year-round recreational opportunities. In the summer many people enjoy hiking, atving, camping, mountain climbing, boating, and white water rafting. In the winter months leisure pastimes include snowmobiling, cross country skiing, or sledding. The abundant wildlife in the territory also offers amazing hunting and fishing possibilities. One of the recreational hubs in this region is the town of Halfway, Oregon which is within 20 minutes of Richland. This community is home to the annual Baker County Fair & Panhandle Rodeo, the annual 4th of July Celebration & Parade, and the Clear Creek Music Festival. Richland lies within the rural landscape of Baker County. The largest city in Baker County is Baker City, Oregon which also acts as the county seat. Baker City is approximately 45 min from the Richland. This resort town features a beautiful historic downtown which presents rich art, culture, shopping, dining, and entertainment environment. Some of Baker City's tourist attractions include the Eltrym Historic Theatre, the Baker City Trolley, and the Baker Heritage Museum. Its residents enjoy events such as the Hell Canyon Motorcycle Rally or the Hells Canyon Junior Rodeo. Baker City also is home to a beautiful golf course, an airport, and the Blue Mountain Community College.Some of the major hotspots in this region include the Elkhorn Mountain Range and the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area which are home to Oregon's pristine lakes, mountains, rivers, and miles of hiking and riding trails. The Elkhorn Mountain Range is a subrange of the Blue Mountains and is home to Anthony Lakes Ski Resort and Summit Lake. Eagle Cap Wilderness Area a remote unspoiled region of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest that is popular for backcountry skiing, backpacking, and primitive camping. Within 30 minutes of the property is Hells Canyon, which is North America's deepest gorge. The Hells Canyon Recreation Area offers a plethora of additional outdoor recreational activities such as camping, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, and more. Water sports and fishing are a major pastime in Hells Canyon, since the waters of the majestic Snake River course through the canyon. Another activity many travelers appreciate is exploring the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway which encircles the Wallowas.
$2,850,000  •  198.4 acres
Baker County, Oregon is the undiscovered gem of the West. It has a lifestyle of friendly people, no traffic, beautiful scenery, and great recreation. The charming community has a deep history of the west rooted in gold mining, cattle, and timber. In fact, little Baker City has more historically registered buildings than Portland, Oregon. Enjoy the quiet friendly atmosphere of downtown Baker City which has the world-class Barley Brown Brewery, Copper Belt Winery, a distillery, and other terrific locally owned bars and restaurants. The town hosts several annual events including rodeos and cycling classics.The surrounding area is a gateway to year-round recreation. Anthony Lakes Ski Resort has the highest lodge elevation in the Northwest providing great powder snow for downhill, cat, and cross-country skiing. The resort also offers weekend bands, a low-key atmosphere, ski races, and fun special events. Enjoy elk, deer, and bird hunting both on the property and in the surrounding areas. World-class fishing is available in many rivers, lakes, and reservoirs within short distances from the property. The Snake River in Hell's Canyon is just 45 minutes away and is known for its world-class fishing and boating. Within miles you will find Anthony, Pilcher, Wolf Creek, Phillips Lakes along with the Grande Ronde and Powder Rivers. There are several wilderness mountain areas almost in your backyard for incredible viewing, hiking, and exploration. Cycling, ATV riding, horseback riding, camping, are a few of the other available activities. Be sure to check out the 47 Ranch Oregon website under resources for additional information on the property, recreational opportunities, and local area.Just 20 minutes from Baker City, Oregon lies a rare offering. Perfectly designed for the mountain setting, this luxury lodge-style home on 198 acres in the heart of Baker County blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. It sits along the foothills of the Elkhorn Mountains offering breathtaking views of the Wallowa and Elkhorn Mountains. The owner will have their choice of uses, as the home could serve as a private year-round retreat, vacation home, or hunting lodge. The rolling acreage has both agricultural and recreational applications. The land consists of 160 acres of pasture and farm ground, irrigated through gravity-flow wheel lines and 40 acres of scattered timber. The owners could operate the ranch themselves or lease it to a tenant farmer. It is ideal for grazing cattle, boarding horses, or harvesting alfalfa.REASONS TO LIVE IN BAKER COUNTY2012 Rand McNalley's Best of The Road Most Beautiful Finalist10 Most Beautiful Towns in Oregon by Culture TripVoted Safest Place to Live in Oregon by Safe Choice Security News10 Most Affordable Places in Oregon by HomeSnacksRECREATIONAbundant WildlifeAnthony Lakes Ski Resort (Highest resort in the Northwest. Offers downhill & cross-country skiing)Boating at Wolf Creek Reservoir & Phillips ReservoirEagle Cap Wilderness AreaElkhorn Mountain Wilderness AreaFishingHikingHuntingSnowmobilingElkhorn Scenic BywayHells Canyon Scenic BywayWallowa-Whitman National ForestARTS & CULTUREOregon Trail Interpretive CenterBaker Heritage MuseumCarnegie Art CenterFirst Friday Art WalkNumerous Art GalleriesBaker County We Like'em Short Film FestivalEastern Oregon Regional TheaterAlder House MuseumLOCAL EVENTSBaker City Bronc & Bull RidingBaker County FairHaines Stampede RodeoHells Canyon Junior RodeoHells Canyon Motorcycle RallyMiners Jubilee WeekendPanhandle RodeoSumpter Valley Railroad TripsThe homes is designed perfectly to capture 360-degree views of the breathtaking scenery and local wildlife. The first level exterior is made up of natural stone, and the upper-level deck wraps around two sides set off by a decorative iron railing. Low maintenance landscaping, rock gardens, and a beautifully manicured lawn complete the outdoor setting. Indoors, the rustic theme continues with solid wood doors, hickory flooring and molding, and handmade wrought-iron railings with inlaid forest and elk artwork.Enjoy magnificent mountain views from huge windows in the open living area. Complete with 24' vaulted ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling natural stone fireplace, and a custom wagon-wheel chandelier, this beautiful room is sure to impress. The open floor plan flows seamlessly into the kitchen and dining room, set off by natural hickory flooring and high, open-beamed ceilings. The gourmet kitchen features two dishwashers, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, custom hickory cabinets, double oven, copper kitchen and bar sinks, and stainless-steel appliances. A custom tiled backsplash sets off the beautiful woodwork and granite countertops, and large windows offer additional panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.The relaxing master bedroom with an en-suite bath offers the perfect place to unwind. Featuring a 6' long, high-back, hammered copper bathtub, walk-in tiled shower, and walk-in closet, the master suite opens onto a private deck with hot tub. The open-beamed, extra-tall ceilings continue through the master bedroom, which is accessed through impressive double doors and separated from the master bath by a sliding pocket door. Large, picture windows in the master bedroom and bath display stunning views of the Wallowa Valley and surrounding mountain range.Guests can relax in a self-contained studio living quarters complete with a full kitchen, propane fireplace, stacked washer and dryer, bathroom, and private patio. A bunkhouse room allows for additional guests, with plenty of room to accommodate a king bed, a queen bed, and bunk beds. The bunkhouse room is also outfitted with its own bathroom, propane fireplace, wet bar, and ping pong table.This impressive home includes a media room with privacy door, a large office, workout room, and laundry room that will make you look forward to laundry day. For wine enthusiasts, this home even includes a lower-level wine room, built against the natural rock wall to maintain an ideal temperature of 58 degrees.The home offers plenty of parking space with two attached garages and an additional, drive-through RV garage. The upper garage fits two cars, while the lower garage has room for three cars and a workspace with a workbench, storage, and wood stove. The home is heated and cooled by a highly efficient geothermal system and the home has its own well and septic.The timbered acreage acts as a haven for wildlife, making this an ideal hunting property. The surrounding area offers a multitude of elk, deer, turkey and other wild game. The property also has private access to the adjacent state game reserve that is used as a winter-feeding ground for elk and is available for hunting during the fall. Aside from hunting, the property offers year-round recreation. In the summer, one can hike or ATV. In the winter months you can enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, or sledding on the property.With the Elkhorn Mountain Range to the west and Eagle Cap Wilderness Area to the east, there are even more recreational opportunities at your fingertips. This home positions you for convenient access to Oregon's pristine lakes, mountains, rivers, and miles of hiking and riding trails. The Elkhorn Mountain Range is a subrange of the Blue Mountains and is home to Anthony Lakes Ski Resort and Summit Lake. Eagle Cap Wilderness Area is a remote unspoiled region of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest that is popular for backcountry skiing, backpacking, and primitive camping.
$215,000  •  163.49 acres
June Lake is an off-grid, forested retreat, completely surrounded by the 2.3 million-acre Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in Oregon's beautiful Blue Mountains. The 163+ acres includes a spring-fed pond, several undeveloped natural springs, lush mountain meadows and rolling landscape. A variety of tree species can be found throughout the property including Ponderosa Pine, Tamarack, Douglas Fir, White Fir, Mountain Mahogany and Juniper trees. Additionally, approximately 100 acres of the property is professionally fenced. Located within the Sumpter Wildlife Management Unit, the owner may apply for 2 LOP tags annually. Besides hunting, one can enjoy endless horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, and ATV riding from the property to the Blue Mountains OHV Trail close by. Hop on your ATV for a gorgeous ride to Phillips and Unity Reservoirs which offer excellent fishing, boating, picnicking, swimming, and waterskiing. Accessed by a private easement and National Forest roads, this beautiful retreat is not far from the Oregon ghost towns of Sumpter, Granite, Whitney, Bourne, and Greenhorn. It is also only 30 miles from the full services available in Baker City. The view to the north of the property includes the Elkhorn Mountain Range, a subrange of the Blue Mountains. This unspoiled region features many public lakes, streams, and forested land providing abundant recreational opportunities.
$650,000  •  160 acres
This property contains 157 acres of good soil, water rights and is currently in permanent pasture and hay. The property has an older manufactured home and is buildable. The property is 15 minutes from Baker City and lies 5 miles West of Haines. The views are spectacular, the soil is very productive and this would make an ideal small farm or ranch headquarters close to town. This property has been in the same family for nearly many years and is a first time offering $650,000.
$195,000  •  160 acres
This 160 acre parcel is located 25 miles east of Baker City, just off the Sparta Road. The property is primarily native range pasture, although a substantial portion of it was dry farmed in the past. There are no improvements, however the owners have obtained a lot of record right to build a single family residence subject to county planning criteria being met. The property is situated with extended 360 degree views of the entire area and offers excellent building site possibilities. It is off the grid, and there is a nice spring for domestic water supply. With the undulating terrain, there are some nice draws that provide habitat for deer and other wildlife. If you are looking for a homesite that offers seclusion, yet reasonable proximity to town, this is an attractive property. First time offering at $195,000
$230,000  •  147.34 acres
This 147 acre parcel is located 20 miles east of Baker City, just off Highway 86. The property is primarily native range pasture offering spring and early summer grazing. There are no improvements, however the owners have obtained a lot of record right to build a single family residence subject to county planning criteria being met. The property is situated with extended 360 degree views of the entire area and offers excellent building site possibilities. The site has access to power and with the undulating terrain, there are some nice draws that provide habitat for deer and other wildlife. If you are looking for a homesite that offers seclusion, yet reasonable proximity to town, this is an attractive property. First time offering at $230,000.
$1,250,000  •  117.81 acres
This 118 acre property combines mature timbered and irrigated pasture located at the base of the Elkhorn Mountains in Northeast Oregon. The property is improved with a very attractive custom ranch style home situated with a complete wrap around deck that provides for a 360 degree view of the mountains, valley, and directly above the small lake in front of the main home. The ranch is also improved with a caretaker’s home, guest quarters, small shop and barn, RV storage, backup generator building and more. The park like setting also has a BBQ area for private gatherings in the forest, where you will likely encounter a resident population of elk, white tail deer, turkey, grouse and waterfowl. This is truly a one of a kind, first time offering at $1,250,000.
$600,000  •  100 acres
This large Baker County parcel, consisting of mostly pasture, will be hard to compete with. Surrounded mostly by large acreage timber investors and boasting multiple access points included. With one access point off of Cow Pen Rd and two off of Noel Rd, this tract has everything your heart could possibly desire in a rural property. This parcel is central to both Lake City and Jacksonville, just off of Highway 90, making it only ten minutes from either of the Interstate 10 exits it lies between. This is the perfect tract for retirement estate, family farm, and much more. The parcel does not have a water feature but a pond could easily be added, creating some income in the process. Feel free to reach out to schedule your tour today!
$525,000  •  67.23 acres
This 67 acre property is located just 5 miles North of Baker City. The property is situated with excellent access and proximity to Interstate 84. The Powder River runs through the West end of the property which provides excellent water for full season irrigation. The ranch is currently in permanent grass hay and pasture and is ideal for cow calf or yearling production. Due to its location, it is ideally suited for a small purebred or equestrian operation with great exposure for marketing. The property is eligible for a resource related dwelling and associated improvements and the views of the valley and surrounding mountains are stunning. If you are looking for a rural homesite with production, close to town with river frontage and a very high degree of livability, give us a call. This is a first time offering of this multi-generational ownership at $525,000.
$720,000  •  59.54 acres
This 60 acre parcel is situated 8 miles from Baker City on the West side of the Valley. The property has commanding views of the Elkhorn Range of the Blue Mountains and the Baker Valley. It is zoned Rural Residential for 5 acre parcels and would make an ideal development for rural homesites. If you want country living with room for horses , grazing and good soils, this property would be ideal. Broker Owned. First time offering at $720,000.
$160,000  •  40 acres
40+/- acre parcel, timber, potentially buildable, situated at the base of the Anthony Lakes Ski area with water running through the property. First time offering at $240,000. Price REDUCED to $160,000!
$244,977  •  37 acres
Hidden 37 +/- acre country estate. Only minutes from the St. Mary’s River and a short drive to Jax or Lake City, FL. Enjoy this wide-open pasture hidden down a private drive and surrounded by trees.
$135,000  •  13.81 acres
This 13 acre parcel is situated 9 miles from Baker City on the West side of the Valley. The property has commanding views of the Elkhorn Range of the Blue Mountains to the West. Broker owned. $135000.
$675,000  •  1.02 acres
The Resort Street complex offering includes an older two story building containing nearly 6,000 square feet on two floors with a full basement. The building is ideally suited for a bed and breakfast, senior living or combination of loft apartments with commercial/retail or restaurant on the main floor. The building is very sound with upgraded electrical, mechanical and plumbing. Most importantly, it has ample parking. The interior is in good condition and has been prepared for cosmetic upgrading and finish for a variety of uses. In addition, there is 3-plex offering one 3 bedroom and two 2 bedroom units. Currently occupied as residential, they are all situated for conversion to office or retail use. The entire parcel contains over 45,000 square feet of land and is adjacent to Baker City’s Central Park in the heart of downtown historic Baker City. The site is ideally suited for apartments, town houses or condominiums due to it’s convenient location to downtown, one block from Main Street of Baker City. The owner will consider splitting the buildings and selling them separately, however the income from the buildings make an attractive investment opportunity. The Owner is a licensed Broker. Offered in total for $675,000.
$425,000  •  1 acres
Prime downtown location in Baker City. Former Sears Hometown featuring approximately 7,100 sf clear span main floor with full basement. Excellent opportunity for multi-tenant or single user retail/office. One of the best locations in downtown historic Baker City. Offered at $425,000.
$65,000  •  1 acres
One of the last remaining buildable lots located in the Fairway Heights Subdivision adjacent to the Baker City Golf Course. Build your dream home today. $65,000
$85,000  •  1 acres
Excellent Residential Property! Build your dream home today. Offered at $85,000