This property in Richland, Oregon, offers a blend of luxury and practicality, where vineyard views and upscale amenities create a unique living experience. Land Distinguished by its impressive vineyards with 5 varieties of grapes managed with drip irrigation, the 37+ acre property includes priority water rights, pasture, and showcases an incredible home with an outdoor entertaining area and a 40x 60 shop. Improvements Sophistication meets comfort in this exceptional retreat. The remodeled home combines elegance and accessibility with thoughtful design throughout. The interior features a blend of style and functionality, with 8ft solid wood interior doors, while leathered, live edge granite surfaces add a touch of luxury. The kitchen is well-equipped with upgraded professional appliances, including a Wolfe range and Sub Zero fridge. Wine enthusiasts will appreciate the dedicated wine storage, as well as custom knotty-alder cabinets and a butler’s pantry  that offers ample storage. An accordion window connects the indoors with the 2,000 SqFt covered patio.  The custom covered outdoor patio is complete with outdoor radiant heat, perfect for entertaining year-round, an outdoor shower, and an outdoor fire pit for cozy evenings.  For energy efficiency and convenience, the property is equipped with a tankless electric water heater, a heat pump powered by propane, and a mini-split system for electric heating. A 1000-gallon buried propane tank ensures a reliable fuel source. The 2,400 SqFt  fully insulated shop offers 220 electric, cement floors, 12×12 bay door, metal roof and siding. The shop is designed for functionality and adds an extra layer of value to this exceptional property.   Recreation Baker County is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a diverse range of recreational activities that include: Hiking: The county has an extensive network of hiking trails, from scenic riverside walks to challenging hikes in the mountains, trails like the Elkhorn Crest Trail and Hells Canyon Rim Trail provide breathtaking views and encounters with diverse landscapes. Fishing: Brownlee Reservoir, Phillips Reservoir, and the Snake River are popular spots for anglers seeking bass, trout, catfish, and more. Winter Sports: Winter transforms the landscape into a snowy wonderland, perfect for winter sports enthusiasts. Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort is a popular destination for skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. Hunting: Baker County provides ample opportunities for hunting enthusiasts, with designated areas and seasons for various game species. Deer, elk, and upland birds are among the sought-after targets. Rodeos: The county is known for its rich Western heritage and hosts multiple rodeos each year attracting some of the top bull and bronc riding cowboys in the nation. Scenic Byway Exploration: The Hells Canyon Scenic Byway winds through some of the most picturesque landscapes in the county. This byway offers breathtaking views of deep canyons, rugged mountains, and the  Snake River.  The Elkhorn Scenic Byway beckons travelers on a journey through time and nature, revealing the Sumpter Valley Railroad, the ghost town of Granite, and the Anthony Lakes Ski Area along its winding route. Agriculture The Vineyard extends across 9+ acres, nurturing five unique grape varieties: Gewürztraminer, Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, all managed through a drip irrigation system. The remaining farmland is presently dedicated to grass pasture with flood irrigation. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources 32.5 Irrigated Acres with State of Oregon Priority water rights dating back to 1889 from the Newt Young Ditch. Region & Climate Richland experiences a semi-arid climate typical of the high desert region of the Pacific Northwest. Summers tend to be warm to hot, while winters can be cold with occasional snowfall. While its location may be deceiving, Richland is considered the “banana belt” of Baker County. Location The property is north of Richland, a small town in Baker County, Oregon, and just east of Baker City. Richland’s historic downtown is characterized by well preserved buildings, while the area is surrounded by picturesque rolling hills, meadows, and rugged terrain. Baker County is framed by the Elkhorn Mountains and the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. The Snake River winds through the county, carving deep canyons, while Brownlee & Phillips reservoirs lie nearby.

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Property Status:
Acreage: 37.55
Price: $2,000,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1095
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