This spectacular 387 acre timber and ranch property is 14 miles up Dead Indian Memorial Rd. from Ashland, Oregon along the northern boundary of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Expansion area with extensive summer and winter recreational opportunities. The property has paved road frontage and Dead Indian Memorial Rd is maintained for year-round access. This rare offering has been in the same family since the 1940's, committed to practicing sound management of the extensive property resources. Majestic timber surrounds a beautiful valley and meadows where a year-round creek flows and quaking aspen grow. The timber, managed responsibly with a Forest Stewardship Plan, and was last thinned and replanted in 1997. The meadows have historically been used for pasture so the property is fenced and cross-fenced. The Jackson County planning department has indicated that the property is dividable (160 acre minimum lot size) and buildable.
Majestic Trees and Meadows
Perimeter Fencing and Gates
Fenced and cross-fenced
In Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Expansion Area