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This 85+ acre 500 foot headland is one of the most scenic locations on the Pacific Coast, containing both forests and rolling pastures overlooking miles of pounding Pacific whitewater.  The property is directly above the awesome and wave-beaten prow known as Otter Point and Bailey Beach (pictured below and on home page - you also see a topography  map below or request a photo 3D Google Earth link)) owned by the State of Oregon.  Your privacy is assured by the neighboring and nearby conservation and state lands, other coastal estates and working ranches.    

    From the 1870s to the early 1900s, the property was once part of  the famous salmon cannery magnate R. D. Hume’s Wedderburn Ranch, where Hume raised sheep and cattle and even built a racetrack for his horses.  The rolling pastures and well draining soils have also proven to be ideal for horses.  Summer breezes also eliminate insects on most days.

     Located close to the coastal Curry County seat of Gold Beach, the property is 4 miles from restaurants, hospital, small airport, port docks, shopping and the mouth of famous Rogue River, which is unrivaled for Chinook Salmon jet boat fishing and Steelhead fly fishing.  World class golf at Bandon Dunes is an hour away and there is a local golf course.  You can also hike the Oregon Coast Trail or an old growth forest as well as mountain bike the vast federal and state park lands.  You may ride your horses just a short distance to the hard and wide sands of Bailey Beach or join with other equestrians in a myriad of horse activities in our moderate climate with fog-clearing winds for mostly clear days. 

    The well maintained 85 +/- acres are zoned forest/grazing with agricultural tax advantages.  The western portion of the property where it slopes away to the ocean is heavily forested in stands of Douglas fir, spruce and shore pines.  The remaining acreage is mostly beautiful rolling open pasture with grasses.  The well is very strong, producing over twenty-five gallons per minute.  The barn courtyard is attractive and efficiently laid out with a stucco on block wall and accented by a 25’ custom flag pole.  The roads serving the property are excellent gravel roads and the road is paved around residence.  Television is DirecTV and high speed wireless internet by Verizon.  Efficient design, low usage, moderate climate and low electric rates combine to make utility bills surprisingly affordable.  A potential site for a pond also exists near the riding arena. 

     There is a very strong 25+ gallon per minute well and well functioning septic system.   The well was tested in Feb 2014 and passed all microbiology, nitrate, lead, iron and arsenic tests.  It has a ph of 7.6 with no turbidity or color.  The well flow was tested using the well's own pump, which sustained the maximum pump capacity of about 20 gallons per minute for a four hour period, totaling over 4,000 gallons.

    Excellent gravel roads and paved road around residence.  In addition to the dedicated front entrance road, there is also a shared easement rear entrance road.  Low electric rates and low usage due to excellent insulation and moderate climate.  Building siding constructed with stainless steel screws and nails.  Potential site for pond also exists.  2,000 gallon water tank for fire protection with 2 fire hydrants.  All utilities underground.  2”x6” exterior wall construction for residence, barn guest house with stainless steel screws. 

    The property is home to or visited by Roosevelt elk, black tailed deer, rabbits, an occasional fox, bobcat or coyote, and dozens of different bird species including red tailed hawks, owls, quail, wild turkeys, finches, swallows and bald eagles.  In November and March. you'll marvel at the parade of migrating whales just off of Otter Point.

     For a summary of the square footage of buildings see Buildings .

    A map of the topography is pictured here and the property borders the eastern boundary of Otter Point State Park and the Beach.

     Land for development is very limited in Curry County due to the vast ownership of land by governments and forest companies.  To see the Curry County Land Ownership chart in pdf format, click here: CurryCountyPercentOwned2006.pdf

    You may request a Google Earth link by emailing info@CoastalOregonRanch.com  to view the topography of the property in photo map 3D.   

       The world famous Rogue River is known for its world class salmon and steelhead fishing, as well as whitewater rafting and ecotourism either by float craft or jet powered tour boats.   Located in the ‘banana belt’ of the southern Oregon coast, the area enjoys a Zone 17 climate featuring mild winters and cool, dry summers.  Also situated less than an hour north is world famous Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, home to three of the worlds top 25 public golf courses.  Cedar Bend, the local golf course is only a ten minute drive from the home.  Located in the heart of America’s Wild River’s Coast, Gold beach is truly a paradise for anyone who enjoys the outdoors in an area unspoiled sprawling development.  Learn more about Gold Beach and the unique America’s Wild Rivers Coast area at: www.wildriverscoast.com Also see: http://www.goldbeach.org/  and
http://www.goldbeachoregon.com/  and http://www.goldbeachchamber.com/ .

     For golfers, there are seven courses from 10 minutes to an hour away.  The award winning and world famous three courses at Bandon Dunes are an hour away, Bandon Crossings (in Top 10 New and Top 10 in Oregon) is 45 minutes away, the new Dye-designed Crook Point Gold Resort due in 2011 is just 12 miles away in Pistol River and some golf magazines expect it to rival Bandon Dunes, Salmon Run is a half hour in Brookings and Cedar Bend is just 10 minutes away.  Also see http://www.bandondunesgolf.com/ , http://www.bandoncrossings.com/ , http://www.salmonrun.net/ , http://cedarbendgolf.com/ ,  and for Crook Point - http://ilovedyegolf.blogspot.com/2009/09/dye-announces-crook-point-resort-in.html .

Coastal County Seat of Gold beach at the mouth of the Rogue River

    

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