CRICKET CREEK ACREAGE - NORTHWEST OF BURNS OR

T21S R28E WM Tax Lot 600, 601, 602, Burns, Oregon, 97720

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$695,000

MLS: 36102-10000

480 Acres

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What You Should Know

  • 480 ACRES

  • CRICKET CREEK

  • 2 - 160 ACRE PARCELS

  • WATER RIGHTS

  • BLM PERMIT

  • DEER, ELK, ANTELOPE HUNTING

  • TROUT FISHING OUT OF CREEK

  • GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR CABIN

Why You'll Love It

This is a great recreational property which has (3) 160 acres separate tax lots. The land has 120 acres of water rights out of Cricket Creek that runs through the full length of the property all year long.  Besides the water from the creek there are numerous year-round springs. There are neat potential homesites which offers recreational access to thousands of acres on the BLM and Forest Service.  The property has year round access from a paved county road.  Hunting potential in the area include Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Elk and Antelope.  The property qualifies for two LOP tags.  Besides the big game there is waterfowl on the creek and trout fishing.  The current owner has rented the property for cattle pasture and runs around 75 to 80 head for 4 to 5 months.  This is a great retirement property for your off-grid cabin in the woods.    

 

LEGAL DESC.: 

T21S R28E WM Tax Lots 600, 601, 602

LOCATION: 

Approximately 23 miles north west of Burns

WATER RIGHTS: 

Certificate #                            Acres           Priority Date        Source

Silvies River Decree 1926        120              Dec. 31, 1897       Cricket Creek

86146 (Reservoir)                    .8 acre ft      May 29, 2008       Runoff Holmes Canyon

BLM PERMIT:   

Cricket Creek Allotment #07054 for 7 cattle from 5/01 to 10/31 for a total of 40 AUM’s on approx. 980 +/- acres        

ACREAGE:   

480 +/- acres

TAXES:   

$606.38 (farm deferral) 2019/2020

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Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: T21S R28E WM Tax Lot 600, 601, 602
  • City: Burns
  • State: Oregon
  • County: Harney

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Curt Blackburn

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