Situated in the Coast Range Mountains and overlooking the Umpqua River Valley in Southern Oregon, this rugged land features a diverse topography including ridges, canyons, rock outcroppings, meadows, creeks, springs and a variety of trees, plants, and wildlife. Two tax lots consisting of ±162 acres means there is plenty of room to explore with seemingly endless opportunities. Approximately ten acres are gently sloped south-facing meadows that would be ideal for gardening or possibly building a home.
The potential building pads have already been leveled and cleared, power is adjacent to the property, and a well has been dug, making this a tremendous homesteading opportunity. Other water sources on the property include several seasonal creeks and ponds. Several miles of logging roads provide access to the more intense and remote areas of the land, and two small quarries have provided rock for maintaining the roads. There are scattered timber stands throughout that consist of a variety of species, including Douglas-fir, pine, cedar, oak, madrone, birch, and Oregon myrtle.
Wildlife is abundant with deer and turkey being the most common, along with occasional sightings of elk, coyote, black bear, bobcat, and cougar. This is truly a one of a kind property with incredibly unique features and many possibilities. Buyer to complete due diligence with Douglas County regarding all aspects and potential uses of the property.