53± Acres
Baker County, Oregon

Brown Road Property

ID: 29778
Status: Sold
Acres: 53±
Type: Farms
City, State: Baker City, Oregon
County: Baker
ZIP Code: 97814
Lat/Long: 44.8232, -117.96
Presented By: Travis Bloomer
Taxes: $578


The Brown Road Property is a rare find for those looking to build a home on a property with a creek and great views, all while being able to drive to town in less than  fifteen minutes. Exceptional views of the Elkhorn Mountains to the West and the Eagle Cap Wilderness to the Northeast. Including a class 4 single-wide mobile home built in 1977 complete with well, septic system, and electrical transformer.  The land has water rights and is currently being irrigated.  In 2022, the property produced 87 tons of grass hay.  Sellers Indicated 2022 was a excellent production year.  Mill Creek runs through the property and is located near the mobile home.  Mill Creek is a seasonal stream.  The property has been historically utilized to raise livestock and hay. It is located in the Baker Valley near the base of the Elkhorn Mountain Range.

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