Pine Mountain Ranch is 440± acres of deeded private land that adjoins thousands of acres of public land (BLM and USFS) with private access to Pine Mountain. This Central Oregon ranch for sale is the perfect fit for any outdoorsman, horseman, ATV enthusiast, hunter, or buyer that just wants extreme privacy and social distancing with a convenient location. Located just 30 minutes outside of Bend, this great getaway ranch can satisfy a number of uses. Initially set up for horses and with the equestrian enthusiast in mind, the 10,000± square foot indoor arena also includes an apartment, perfect for out-of-town guests. The current owner has been using this facility as a shop and office to run his equipment business. Additional improvements include a 5,000± square-foot horse barn conveniently located near the 2,320± square foot, four-bedroom, two-bath, single-level home built in 2007. Let the kids and dogs play with peace of mind in the large, fully fenced front and backyard, including a nice-sized garden with plenty of room to add a chicken coop. The 440± acres of rangeland support livestock, mule deer, antelope, and Rocky Mountain elk. Pine Mountain Ranch includes two landowner preference tags for buck mule deer and bull Rocky Mountain elk (buyer to confirm with ODFW). The owner will also benefit from great public hunting, ATV, and horseback access to Pine Mountain. If you’re looking for large acreage, horse property, or a big game hunting ranch, Pine Mountain Ranch deserves a look.
Ever just want to get away, but your get-away was so far away it feels like a huge sacrifice to enjoy some privacy? The Pine Mountain Ranch offers extreme privacy with a super convenient location. Where the Central Oregon high desert transitions to National Forest lays this special retreat. Amazingly quiet, secluded, and private, this property will help you relax and recharge. Social distancing is the standard, not the goal, and the recreational opportunities are endless: big game hunting, horseback riding, ATV exploring, even hand gliding from Pine Mountain. In addition, there is plenty of room for livestock that has historically been used to pasture cattle and horses—a family retreat for early evening BBQs, gorgeous sunsets, sunrises, and fresh air.