140 acres in Douglas County, Oregon
01 HUBBARD, Sutherlin, Oregon 97486
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|Property ID: 985559|
Description of 01 HUBBARD
First time on the market in a generation! 140 acres of timber forest (3-35 year old timber). The property is buildable per seller and the privacy along with stunning mountain and valley views makes for a great space. Enjoy sharing the property with the wild game that use the property; including Deer, Wild Turkey,and Elk just to name a few. There is a Spring identified on the property and could be used for domestic water. There is approx. 2-300,000 board feet of merchantable timber remaining. The parcel has been replanted and the new growing douglas fir are 3 years old and have excellent growth. Only minutes away from the Umpqua River with salmon, steelhead,and world class bass fishing is an additional bonus. There is also 74 acres for sale on the river owned by the same seller, and would make an excellent pasture and recreational holding in addition to this property. Enjoy country living within minutes of town!
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