Listing courtesy of John L. Scott Medford.
Almost 1300 acres of land full of timber, rock quarries, ponds, streams, springs, and creeks. Just minutes from Ashland, right off exit 6 going to Mount Ashland. On the property is a 2300+ sq foot home with a 1300+ sq ft wrap around deck overlooking Pilot Rock. 150,000 trees have been planted with a 90% survival rate back in 1990. Ponderosa Pine, Douglas-fir, Pine, White-fir, Pacific Madrone, Oregon White Oak, Lodgepole-Pine and more. You will be impressed with the unique soil types, vegetation patterns, vegetation composition, water resources, visual elements, and more! The Pacific Crest Trail even goes through this property! It's expected that the 150,000 trees planted in 1990 will qualify for harvest in 5-10 years. There's also some old growths that would be ready to harvest now, mostly being White-Fir and Douglas-Fir. Three different rock quarries, estimated at 1 acre total, could have an opportunity for harvest. This property is a great opportunity!
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