30+ acres in southwestern Oregon, with 3 bdrm/2 bth 2400sqft home; 30x40 shop with 2 rm bunkhouse, loft and 2 awnings; 25x40 barn; 8x9 turkey coop; 9x12 chicken coop; 8x8 duck coop; 24x24 carport; 14x18 wood shed; 3 greenhouses 20x30, 17x28, 21x40. Outbuildings were built with lumber milled on the property. Two gravity flow springs provide irrigation and house water with 500 and 1500 gallon holding tanks. Several meadows for grazing, sustainable wood supply and hillside for privacy.
This property is much more than a survival bug-out location. It is perfect for year-round living and rearing a family while producing your own food and gaining practical skills in homesteading and self-sufficiency.
This lovely, peaceful setting is ringed by mature evergreens with a salmon-spawning stream as a partial boundary. This is a retreat that you will love living in with its low living expenses and easy food production which are significant cost savers over time. Located off of a private road with a bridge and locked gate to assure your privacy and give you control over who has access to your home. Natural boundaries of mountain and stream decrease the need for livestock fencing and offer a wide variety of grazing and browsing opportunities. Dairy goats, ducks, chickens and turkeys can forage for most of their own food year-round in this low elevation and mild near-coastal climate.
As you examine the property more closely, you see that convenience, practicality and well-built construction will simplify your life and offer great food production from small livestock, gardens, orchard and greenhouses with minimal effort.