Once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire over 94 acres on two tax lots of farm & forested property bordered on three sides by Oregon State Forestry & private timberland. 100 year old apple orchard with staggered harvest times, 2 land owner preference tags, barn, cement floored shop with loft and attached covered parking, hay barn, fenced in garden area. Home has pastoral & orchard views, an updated kitchen, wood deck, wood burning fireplaces & attached double car garage.
Once used as a dairy farm, the property had a barn with stalls for milking cattle when the Harrison family moved there. Although that barn is gone, a small building used for milk pasteurization remains.
In 1977, the old farmhouse was replaced with a modern split-level home, where the Harrison fmailies boys grew up, attended grade school and graduated from Astoria High School.
The 94-acre property, which includes two lots, the 2,502-square-foot home, 2 barns, shop with loft and additional outbuildings.
Two land owner preference hunting tags also are attached to the property. Some marketable timber may be available there as well. The property is diverse enough in landscape to grow a variety of crops and/or raise a variety of livestock, making it a great candidate for a permaculture or biodynamic farm.
Fun Fact: A deed for the old farmhouse shows that in 1926, the home’s former owner, James Boyle, transferred the deed to his son, Patrick Boyle, for $500 and Patrick’s promise to take care of his father throughout his life. Patrick also agreed to pay his sister, Julia Boyle, $12 a month and to take her to church every week.
Contact us today for a tour of this incredible property before Christopher Robin beats you to it.
Co-Listing Broker Christy Coulombe 503-724-2400 email@example.com
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35890 Little Walluski Ln, Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon