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Ed Oliver Remax Ideal Realty – Southern Oregon

16575 Meadows Rd.
Central Point, OR 97502
Phone: (541) 618-5380


View of the front exterior.

Enjoy country living with major shopping only 21 minutes/17 miles away. This timbered property has a year around pond with a nice dock and mature bass and other easy-to-catch fish for children who may never have caught a fish before! The entire property offers easy terrain which is completely useable. This property is located in the perfect climate and elevation. It is above the fog and below the heavy snow line. Because of the location and timber shelter of this property, cooler summer temperatures in comparison to the local valley temperatures are enjoyed. The property has a beautiful, partially fenced pasture which once grew organic wheat, was also used as a family motor cycle track and made a nice home for horses for a period of time. It could be irrigated from the pond.

Waterside setting.

This is a one-owner property which has never been sold on the open real estate market before now. The care and pride in ownership is obvious upon strolling through the groomed woods or admiring the mature fruit trees. The logs used to build this home were actually logged from the property but you’re unable to tell as a recent timber cruise showed 50,000 to 100,000 board feet of marketable (or enjoyable) timber.

The two-story, two bedroom, two bath, 1824 sq. ft. home boasts vaulted kitchen ceilings, new granite kitchen counter tops, solid maple kitchen island and a sizeable loft. The gorgeous rock work is distinct because the stones used were collected from a nearby Evans Creek. The home has a new contractor-installed composition roof. The detached, three-bay shop includes a second story, unfinished but spacious area for an office, hobby room or small apartment. A heating and air conditioning unit is in place but needs to be wired in. With its stunning redwood doors, who’d guess the shop is so functional. It’s wired with 110/220 for the hobbyist or craftsman and is equipped with four frame pocket anchors within the 6 inch concrete slab. Convenience and durability come together with the three door openers and a lifetime metal roof. With the 50 gallon water heater being the main electricity consumer, the average monthly power bill is approximately $100.


The yard and garden area watering system works well with the 15 gpm private well. Recently, pump, casing and filters were all replaced to insure buyer peace-of-mind. Also, a recent survey proved lines to be correct. Two well maintained, steel-roofed chicken coops and two other nice storage buildings add further benefits to this picture perfect piece of country property. There is a nice, sizeable and clean basement for wine and home canning.

Don’t miss this Oregon opportunity near work and conveniences while enjoying leisure time on a property many people would consider a vacation home. You’ll never tire of watching black tail deer, wild turkey and many other creatures from your own porch!

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3 Responses

  1. Could we please get some more photos of the interior of the home and how much are you asking? and could we get the address so we can see it on google earth? thanks, Gil

    Gil SchrockMarch 13, 2013 @ 4:12 amReply
  2. I have the same questions as Gil Schrock. Please respond.

  3. what is price ?
    any never live around

    paul shinJune 13, 2014 @ 5:22 pmReply

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