The Flying B Bar Ranch is located on the lower valley floor of McMullen Creek, in the Illinois Valley, Oregon’s southern part of the Siskiyou National Forest. Originally homesteaded as a 1000-acre cattle ranch in the 1800s, the transformation over the years has turned this ranch into a diverse 165± acre, lush, self-sufficient property. McMullen Creek flows approximately a mile throughout the property, which provides water to two ponds and around 70± acres of water rights. Flying B Bar Ranch contains three contiguous parcels with two residences and the original farmhouse building, which is a designated business building, and several outbuildings.
The main residence is a 6,800 square-foot Victorian Revival, consisting of four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a detached carriage house with a three-car garage, and guest quarters. The second residence is a 1,800-square-foot three-bedroom, two-bathroom ranch-style home.
Two of the main outbuildings are the original 1880 farmhouse and the late 19th-century cattle barn. Other outbuildings include workshops, a sawmill, a poultry barn, sheep sheds, greenhouses, and a freeze-drying facility.
A designated FAA-registered 1,500-foot soft-landing airstrip runs north and south through the property to make this ranch an easily accessible destination.
The Flying B Bar Ranch is a turn-key, all furnishings included operation. Many business ventures, from a bed and breakfast, a family compound, a farm-to-table eatery, and many other possibilities will make this a thriving ranch. The Flying B Bar Ranch is an opportunity to enjoy the best life has to offer.