The McCammon Farm is a picturesque, creekfront, 145 acre irrigated farm 3 miles from Hillsboro on Dairy Creek in the Tualatin River Valley. The farm has historically been used as a graveled container yard nursery and is capable of producing up to 6,000,000 1-gallon size plants per year. This productive irrigated Washington County farm has potentially irreplaceable year-round water rights from two wells, the reservoir, Dairy Creek (tributary of the Tualatin River), and the Tualatin Valley Irrigation District. There is an in-ground irrigation water delivery system, and a recirculation system serves to reclaim and reuse irrigation water stored in the large reservoir. Two pumping stations with electrical service provide irrigation water from Dairy Creek. There is an old farm house and two large barns: 50’ X 120’ and 50’ X 160’. Other improvements include a shop, storage building, fencing, and loading docks. This irrigated creekfront Washington county farm provides an extraordinary opportunity to start production immediately in essentially a turn-key operation. A Bouldin and Lawson potting machine and other assorted farm equipment is available for purchase.