|Lot Size:||7.2 Acres|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Location:||Pleasant hill, OR 97448 |
7.2 acre Boarding and Training Facility in Pleasant Hill, Oregon.
Currently producing income at near full capacity in an excellent Highway frontage location for business.
Sellers explain their in town location has really added to being part of the community. It's close to Pleasant Hill High school and just 15 minutes away from Costco in Eugene.
Elijah Bristow is a great trail riding park and less than 10 minutes away. More trails available just 1.5 miles from the facility at the East entrance of Mt. Pisgah. You can be at the University of Oregon in less than 15 minutes, and to the top of the Willamette pass within an hour for snowmobiling, horse camping..etc.
3 separate tax lots which are level and gently sloping and the home sits way back from Hwy 58.
The home was built in 2001 and features approximately 3100sf, with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and formal living and dining rooms. Very spacious, with good separation but a great flow. High ceilings, great room floor plan in the kitchen and family room area which includes a deck that looks out at the monster old growth firs in the backyard. Sellers enjoy the setting of the home because it's secluded and private from the arena barn.
72' x 144' covered arena with lights and washed sand footing. There is a hay storage area, approximately 12' x 72', at the one end of the arena that could be chiseled out to add another 12 feet on the west end. In addition, the trusses are set up for further extension on the east end. This structure features 20 matted interior stalls, bucket waters, 2 tack rooms, 2 grooming stalls (one of which is a wash rack, hot water could be added), and a nice 12 foot alleyway.
Located next to the home and adjacent to a 75' x 90' area that the Sellers have used as an outdoor arena, this great little barn is 24' x 36' and features board and bat fir siding, 3 stalls, w room for hay storage, chicken coop off the back.
Attached garage on the home is oversized, insulated, and dry-walled, with built in’s, a work bench,
and 220 power.
Lots 4100 and 3900 are zoned RR2 and should be buildable. Buyer is to verify with Lane County. At one time there was septic approval for both. We are working with Lane County to check on current status.
Rental & Lease Agreements:
Full care is $400 per month includes all feed
Partial care is $250 per month, includes shavings, feeding morning and night.
Financials will be provided to serious qualified Buyers only.
Barn is operating in near full capacity. Normal volume of boarders - a little lower in the summer.. probably 85% to 90% full. A local OHSET Team currently practices once a week and the barn has been a home away from home for many University of Oregon students and their steeds during the school year.
Any equipment will be negotiated outside of escrow and not included in sale price.
Equipment list will be provided to qualified Buyers only.
Electric horse tape, wood, vinyl, mesh, and some barbed along the Highway.
Electricity is provided by EPUD
220 power in the garage
2 separated meters
Barn is on equal share pay at $45 per month.
House is on equal share pay at $365 per month.
Hi Speed internet through Century-link
NW natural gas may be available on Ridgeway RD.
Sellers explain that they're in a great location for keeping power during winter storms.
Soils & production:
Loam soils including Linslaw, Noti, and Salkum w/ AUM average of 7.6
2 separate wells
Barn well is located at the east end of the arena in the pump house
House well is located in the front yard of the house.
We have 2 well logs on file that we believe are associated with this property but have not identified which is which.
#68607 and #68594
The septic tank for the home is located at the SE corner of the home and the drain field heads to the east.
Ranch Roads and Driveways:
Solid gravel driveway with gated entry.
Adequate gravel parking areas for the barn and the home.
Trees and Timber:
Old growth fir, oak trees, maples, no fruit trees
Sellers enjoy watching deer and turkey around and behind the home.
Pleasant Hill is a great community of busy people that really enjoy country living. Sellers explain that the shopping center is super handy and has recently undergone
some extensive beautification.
Incredibly, this little town offers a gym, an Urgent Care facility, a dance studio, massage therapist, Dari-Market which is a small grocery store, several restaurants, a bank, a hair salon, barber shop, post office, and even a dog grooming business.
All 3 schools have been modernized and updated and the locals really enjoy their
Annual Community BB-Q in August.