Much pride of ownership is apparent when you visit this remarkably ship-shape, 36.91 +/- acre Canby, Oregon irrigated farm. This productive northern Willamette Valley acreage has produced a variety of crops including onions, alfalfa and grass seed. There are 2 wells on the property: one for irrigation and one for domestic use. The large capacity irrigation well is equipped with 2 pumps (30 HP and 5 HP submersible) and buried underground mainline for convenient and efficient irrigation. According to the NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service) the soils are predominantly Woodburn silt loam (Class II) and Willamette silt loam (Class I). There are three large barns and a butler tank. The home was originally built just after the turn of the century and has been thoughtfully updated and enlarged over the years. Modern updates include a heatpump and thermostat-controlled pellet stove. The range/convection oven and refrigerator in the kitchen are included, as well as the window coverings. The master bedroom is on the main level and there are 2 oversized bedrooms on the lower level. A loft area could be used for 2 bedrooms. There are about 5 acres near the back of the property where the topography slopes off with a seasonal creek and southern view.
Maintained and Updated Farmhouse
Functional and Spacious Outbuildings
Large Capacity Irrigation Well with 2 Pumps
Predominantly Woodburn & Willamette Soils
80 X 100 steel contruction barn and Butler tank
Concrete floor, roll-up doors & 400 amp service