**March 20, 2019 **UPDATE** "Back on Market" is no fault of property! Buyers opted out to pursue opportunity in another state. Extensive due diligence has been done with favorable results including Phase 1 Environmental, Structural Inspection, Water rights Evaluation, Survey, and Red Hill Soil's Site Evaluation which revealed considerably more Class 1 Willamete Soil (23.2 acres) than the NRCS maps show (4.3 acres).**
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 a soil assessment by Andy Gallagher of Red Hill Soils, there is approximately 23.2 acres of Willamette silt loam (Class I) and 5 acres of Woodburn silt loam (Class II). 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 an additional 1-2 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