For Sale or Lease or Managment/Partnership: 64 acres with house, barn, outbuildings in Bandon, Oregon

Description

Historical cattle farm 4 miles south of downtown Bandon, Oregon.  Highway 101 address and access directly off the highway.  Great visibility for a small farm business.  House two bedroom; 1 bath with rear shop/garage.  Property is a mix of bottom land pastures, shoulder slope pasture and timber.

Currently the property is vacant and the owner is exploring several options at this time – Ideally would like to sell the property.  Will consider leasing the home and the land together.  Will consider leasing the land separately – house would be leased with approximately 2 acres.   Would also consider some form of manager/caretaker arrangement.   The pastures are being grazed with cattle and hay production.

The property has been a farm since before 1910 and recently has not been managed as well as in past years.  The most recent tenants vacated approximately 2 years ago. They had improved the land; established a small vegetable garden on ½ acre and sold produce. chickens, goats, various other livestock and cared for abused and retired horses. They also farmed several variety of mushrooms in the timber sections of the property.

Several apple trees on the property that were planted pre-1930’s still producing fantastic tasting apples.


Owner’s Short Term Vision for the Property

Ideally would like to sell the property but if a sale does not occur or seem likely at an acceptable price we would like to see the property quickly cleaned up and put to it's best possible productive uses.


Owner’s Long Term Vision for the Property

Again, a sale would be preferred. We would like to see a thriving farm business operated on the property which would increase the value of the land for a potential sale 10 to 15 years in the future.


Current Use

Cattle grazing; hay production;


Available Water / Irrigation

Well water for misc uses, livestock watering, creeks and springs flowing through property.


Soil Type / Quality

Upper lands have top soil/organic matter from 100 years of cattle grazing. Bottom lands are more clay.


Buildings and Structures Available for Farm Use

Barn - approx 30 x 60; small wood shed 10 x12; chicken coop 12x20; goat shed - 12 x 15. Two 2500 gal water storage tanks.


Farm Equipment Available for Use, Sale or Lease

Equipment for sale:
Kubota Tractor/backhoe, (grappler, brush cutter attachments), John Deer Mini excavator, Polaris Ranger, various pull-behind implements - cultivator, grader, brush/grass mower.
Misc gas powered hand tools for sale - chainsaws; weed-eater; blowers; hedge trimmer.
Many other misc. farm/garden hand tools - shovels, etc.


Any Restrictions That Could Limit Agricultural Production

No known restrictions - property is zoned for farm/agriculture and has been used as such for over 100 years. Water rights are limited to two small wells as accessory use for the residence and barn.


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County: Coos

Farm Basics

Total Acreage: Approx 64; 6 acres on a separate parcel are available for sale.

Acreage Available to Landseeker: Currently approx 20 ac of pasture or crop land; 7 acres of pasture/timber mix; 3 acres pasture/crop/garden; 20 acres timber for mushroom harvest/grazing.

Date Property is Available: September 5, 2019

Possible Business Arrangements: Sale of Land, Lease-to-own, Lease with option to purchase, Lease for cash, Other

Lease Rate / Price: Negotiable

Date when this listing was created: September 3, 2019

Farming Practices

Current Farming Practices: Organic, Not Certified, Dry Farming, Conventional

Farming Practices Allowed: Organic, Not Certified, Biodynamic, Dry Farming, Conventional

Agriculture Types Suitable: Beans, Bees, Berries, Cattle, Dairy, Flowers, Goats, Grain, Hay, Herbs, Hogs, Horses, Mushrooms, Orchard/Fruit, Pasture, Poultry, Sheep, Vegetables

Farm Details

Housing Available? Yes

Water Available? Yes

Property Fenced? Yes

Land Holder Interested in Mentoring Land Seeker? No


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