36750 Sod House Lane, Princeton, Oregon, 97720
Address: 36750 Sod House Lane, Princeton, Oregon 97721
Legal Desc.: T27S R31E WM Tax Lot 1400
Acreage: 160 acres
These 160 acres of undeveloped Wildlife Wonderland sits right on the border of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge was established in 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt and now encompasses 187,757 acres of wildlife habitat. The refuge represents a crucial stop along the Pacific Flyway and offers resting, breeding, and nesting habitat for hundreds of migratory birds and other wildlife. In addition, the property is boarded on the other side by the Bureau of Land Management.
There are irrigation pivots within close proximity to the property which provide sources of feed for mule deer in the area that passes through the property on their way to and from the Refuge.
The property is fenced and cross fenced, hosts two wells, and is close to power. There is particularly good access to the property via the Refuge center patrol road and there are two-track roads throughout the property. The property comes with a LOP tag in the Steens Mountain Unit. This area is home to mule deer, pronghorn antelope, and numerous birds including pheasant & geese.
The unimproved property is covered with native grasses and sagebrush ready for your creative vision.