Hearkening back to the birth of our country, rural properties evoke an idyllic spirit of place, whether for their recreational lifestyle offerings or potential for farm and ranch production. Tied to the history of the Pacific Northwest, many homeowners are reveling in the opportunity to take part in our region’s storied past while experiencing an up-close and personal connection to nature through outdoor adventures. Farms and ranches are more than just land and crops—they represent heritage and future. Discover a collection of Pacific Northwest Farm and Ranch listings that elevate the rural lifestyle to new heights.
Situated upon 1,570 acres with a mile of Palmer Lake waterfront, Grandview Mountain Ranch is home to rangeland with a deer migration wildlife corridor, big horn sheep and seven upland game birds. An 820-acre lowland section runs 400 head of cattle across 600 acres of cutting and grazing with an additional 150 acres of irrigated alfalfa. An existing 2,000 square foot ranch house complements a hay barn, two shops, and three pivots, with multiple building sites for further expansion.
Life at Ranch at the Canyons is truly suited to the adventurer, whether it’s boarding horses in the equestrian stables, checking on the grapes at the vineyard, taking a morning hike around the property or spending the afternoon fishing. The home is true to its design with classic renaissance architecture to complement just over 10 acres with stunning views of the Cascade Mountains, Smith Rock and the Crooked River.
A true hobby ranch for those looking for the perfect retreat, White Horse Ranch affords an artistically designed log home with superb finishes, expansive outdoor patios and boundless views of the Salmon River and surrounding mountains. 177 forested acres meet pastures, miles of manicured trails, a fully stocked manmade lake, 3 springs with ponds and a caretaker’s apartment. A well-appointed horse barn and professional riding arena are primed to meet equestrian needs.
Nestled upon 72 acres in the bucolic Teanaway Valley is Teanaway Farms, a carefully planned gentleman’s farm developed over three decades. The offering includes a main residence, custom log home and two guest studios, a commercial outdoor kitchen, ponds, riverfront, stunning equestrian facility, orchards and 45 acres of Timothy Hay, considered the finest in the world. And of course, a working farm requires a suite of equipment, which is included with this offering: tractors, ATVs, a combine and more.
Unfolding across 6,867 acres with miles of Mill Creek waterfront on the edge of Ochoco National Forest in Prineville, Oregon, Mahogany Butte Ranch is regarded for its abundant wildlife, seasonal springs and creeks, and majestic pine forest. A gracious main home is positioned to encapsulate the Mill Creek Valley, while 2 additional homes are well-suited to meet the needs of guests. The ranch is ready for a variety of outdoor enthusiasts with an opportunity for any recreational lifestyle!
A singular combination of spectacular location and thoughtful contemporary design by Prentiss Balance Wickline, Big Valley Ranch boasts meticulous attention to detail within a premier year-round destination in the Methow Valley. A synergy of architecture and siting with nearly one mile of Methow River waterfront, the property offers commanding up-valley views protected on all sides by state land with a 142-acre conservation easement.
Box S Ranch affords unmatched seclusion and privacy set upon 280 acres just four miles outside of Bend, Oregon. Views of the Cascade Mountain range are on full display in a main home complete with 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and decks and patios for day-to-day living or grand entertaining. This recreational lifestyle property is ready to suit a variety of needs with a guest house, barn with an office and shop, garden and two hay barns.
At the doorstep of Olympic National Park, Sequoia Ranch is a one-of-a-kind trophy property perfectly positioned upon nearly 52 acres. A five-minute walk to Quilcene Bay brings an abundance of clams, oysters, shrimp, Dungeness crab and salmon, with adventures awaiting upon the waves. Orchards, a chicken coop and vegetable garden bring sustenance, while five separate pastures with four automatic watering troughs and twenty-eight acres of hay production, and several additional outbuildings, complete this stellar offering.
This article was provided by Amanda Lybeck at Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty.
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