1.18 acre lot with a
charming Victorian Style Farmhouse built in 2002 with
great privacy and incredible views!
Conveniently located approximately 10 minutes West of Sweet Home,
approximately 25 miles from Albany and even less to Lebanon,
35 to 40 minutes from Eugene.
Super close proximity to the Willamette Country Music Festival in historic Brownsville,
the Sweet Home Country Music Jamboree
and fishing, boating, and rafting at Foster Lake and the Calapooia River.
Lots of hunting, hiking, fishing all around this location.
Seller explains that Sweet Home is great for convenience, car shows, a gem show, and lots of friendly people
and Linn Benton Community College offers an extension site at the high school.
Although the property could use a good mowing, and the home is in need of paint and other repairs, it's a wonderful location and home with a lot of potential and Sellers are willing to credit towards some items.
The spacious kitchen features a pantry and prep island and it's open to a light and bright eating area with beautiful picture windows to enjoy the outdoors from inside. You'll probably spend the most time here as it's also open to the family room with cozy wood fireplace, and French doors out to the deck.
The home also features a huge bonus room upstairs that could be used as a 4th bedroom as it has a closet. A very nice stained glass ceiling fan fixture greets you in the parlor which would also work well as an office, library, or formal living room.
Sellers love the trees, the views, and the sounds and smells of nature from the amazing wraparound porch and very private back deck. Plenty of birds and wildlife to watch.
Seller says that there is fencing on the north side, the south side, and west side under the blackberry bushes.
Electricity is provided by Pacific Power and Sellers take advantage of their "Average Billing" at $240 per month.
Hi Speed Internet is provided by Century Tel and multiple satellite companies.
The well head is located in the garage and Sellers installed a new pressure tank within the last 5 years or so. There is a water filtration system that filters out iron and other minerals and is usually serviced by Tim Bear from Brownsville. We've found an Oregon Well Log #1054 that appears to be associated with this property address and drilled in 1979. This particular well log shows 45gpm at time of installation. Please inquire with the state of Oregon to confirm this is the correct well log.
Rivers, Creeks, Ponds, Etc:
Sellers report a round spring up near the apple trees feeds two small ponds down near the house. Seller says when the property is mowed you can see the ponds and they'd make for an incredible nature-scape project if someone wanted to utilize them.
There are no yard sprinklers or irrigation.
The septic tank is located east of the front porch, and Seller believes the drain field probably heads north towards the field.
Trees and Timber:
3 or 4 apple trees up the hill, 2 Cherries up the hill,
2 pears in the front yard.
Wildlife & Hunting:
Lots of deer, and wild turkeys.
This is a nice home in a beautiful serene location that will bring years of enjoyment to someone looking for some peace and quiet and a farm and forest setting without the big acreage to take care of.