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The Property - 160 acres

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Property Gate

TOPOGRAPHY

From the year-round bubbling creek at 4,100 feet of elevation to the top of the mountain at 4,900 feet in less than a half mile distance.  This 4-season property has a terrain that is extremely varied with numerous valleys, ridges, hills and vales with exceptional views and intimate meadows scattered though the landscape.  Surrounded by national forests and BLM lands, this property offers unlimited hiking into a totally undisturbed and undeveloped America-of-Yesterday. 
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Forested Valley and Cliffs

INFRASTRUCTURE
Cabin – a small mountain log cabin sits cozily on a plateau overlooking the vast valley of trees, meadows and streams. 
Roads – miles of graveled and volcanic red cinder roads, all with deep shale base, have been intertwined throughout the property.  A maze in which you cannot get lost.
Water system – the property has a deep, casing-lined well that produces 12 gpm of the purest water you will ever taste.  Stored in tanks and pumped hundreds of feet to a 1,250 gallon storage tank, the system gravity feeds the cabin.

Out-buildings
(1) Small straw-bale cement spring house
(2) A Fred Flintstone-like cement dome with water storage tank and pump
(3) 38 ft Prowler RV, undercover
(4) Historic 2-room cabin with refurbished interior.

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Spring House, 14'x16'
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Modern, Prowler Park Model, 38 ft

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55 FT WATERFALL, LATE SUMMER

THE WATERFALLS

The scenic creek, mountain headwaters for the Rogue River that flows to the Pacific, creates some of the most breathtaking waterfalls in Southern Oregon, totally private and deserted due to the impossibility of access from anywhere but your own private path.  The primary vertical waterfall, measured at over 55 feet, runs year round.  The secondary waterfalls, a series of falls more than 110 feet in height, are a short but more difficult hike downstream.  Melting snowpack in the spring make the falls heard throughout the property when the wind is blowing from the west.
   

THE SPRINGS

Abundant and refreshingly tasty mountain water bubbles out of the ground.  The continuously-flowing primary spring has been encased, covered and protected by a small straw bale structure.  Numerous other seasonal springs pop up on the northern slopes during early spring and last until late summer.  There is no fresher or cleaner water found anywhere in Oregon.
   

THE TREES

Marketable timber remains with hundred foot Cedars, Doug Fir and Pine and yet the beauty they create precludes any desire to ever cut-and-sell.  More than 20,000 tree seedlings have been planted over the past 25 years by the current owner, some now reaching skyward over 40 feet in height.  The weak white firs have been carefully removed, and a mixed forest of 10 varieties of conifers has been painstakingly nurtured into a developing oasis.

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TREES & SECLUDED MEADOW


THE SHALE PIT

Geologist-estimated million yard shale reserve (current estimate @ $0.80 cents/yd in-ground and $9.00 per yard excavated and crushed) which provides unsurpassed road base material.  Area excavated and opened for private reserve usage or sale of unlimited product; or 5,000 yards commercially & annually without permit.

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MAGICAL VALLEY, 7 MILES TO FAR RIDGE

THE VIEWS

The property has undeniably the best views in all of Southern Oregon.  The unimpeded views continue south all the way to the summit of snow-capped Mt. Shasta, to the north to Crater Lake National Park and to the east, at your doorstep, the 10,000 ft conical, dormant volcano, Mt McLaughlin.  Awaken daily in your mountain cabin to an expansive valley of trees, meadows and streams and watch the sunrise illuminate millions of pine, fir and cedar trees on the other side of your private valley.  From some sites the views are nearly 360 degrees.  Take a gentle walk to the abyss, and see your own private Oregon Grand Canyon that few know about and fewer yet have ever seen.

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Sunrise on Mt McLoughlin

 

    CONTACT:  Ronald Kapp - property owner

drkapp777@yahoo.com

"In wilderness is the preservation of the world." - Thoreau 

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