Offered for sale are three contiguous ranches in Jackson County, Oregon
The Triple Springs and Antelope Creek properties will be priced to parties interested in purchasing all of the acreage, or following separate sale of the Triple S Mountain Horse Ranch property.
The properties are located in the beautiful Rogue River Valley of SW Oregon, home to the Ashland Shakespeare Festival, the Britt Festival, Southern Oregon State University, historic Jacksonville, miles of scenic pear orchards and vineyards, outstanding lake, river and mountain recreation, and first rate equestrian venues. The moderate climate, spectacular scenery, excellent medical care and facilities, and other outstanding amenities of the Valley have long made Jackson County a favored destination. This is an excellent area for real estate investment as well as living the lifestyle of your dreams.
Triple S Mountain Horse Ranch
The Ranch boasts a spectacular Equestrian Facility , suitable for breeding, training, boarding, clinics, outdoor entertaining, and pleasure riding on beautiful trails. High quality grass hay is raised on the surrounding acreage with easy irrigation from the Rogue River Valley Irrigation District. The entire facility is professionally designed for efficient and effective work flow.
Two view Homes in a complex on the wooded rise above the pastures and horse facility complement the property. They provide a total of five bedrooms, four and a half baths, four living or sitting rooms, an enclosed two car garage, and two car ports connecting units of the complex. Two additional Homes are available with the additional acreage offered.
Above the main 77 acre parcel are two 20+ acre parcels (may be re-sold separately) rising further up the wooded hillside, and offering spectacular views. The owners are applying for homesite approvals on both parcels. In addition to the 122.68 acres offered for sale, two contiguous ranches totaling 240 acres are available.
The properties are currently used for hay production (over 535 tons in 2008), recreation and as a horse breeding and training operation. Soils have been surveyed for viticulture and evaluated as suitable for a number of grape varieties. The area is also well suited commercially for organic farming. The ranches have historically been used for fall cattle grazing as well as hay production. See Possibilities.