101 SE Third
Blalock Canyon Farm
The Blalock Canyon Farm, in eastern Oregon, is located approximately 12 miles west of Arlington, in Gilliam County. Based on the Gilliam County Assessor’s maps, the farm contains 196.19 total acres, of which 140 acres are irrigated.
Identification of Subject Property:
Gilliam County- 2N 20E TL 1600 – 196.19 acres
Location of Subject Property:
Tillable: 140 acres – 3 Zimmatic pivots and 2 wheelines.
Distances to Other Cities:
Arlington, OR – 11.75 miles
Main Home – The 3,323 square foot home includes 2 stories and a basement. Provides 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, including a bathroom in the basement.
Guest House – There is a small guest house on this property, consisting of a main room, kitchen, and bathroom.
Horse Barn – The horse barn on this property contains 3 stalls and an enclosed tack room.
Hay Barn – Hay barn with covered lean-to.
Shop – Enclosed area with 2-stall equipment storage.
Water is provided from an agricultural well with a 250 HP motor. Please see the well log and water right certificate included in this package.
Pump 1 – Lawn irrigation Pump 2 – House and outbuildings
Exclusive Farm Use (EFU)
The owner does not warrant that there are any mineral rights available. However, any mineral or geothermal rights owned by the seller are included as part of the property being offered for sale.
2011 year - $840.72
Access is provided from Interstate 84 (I-84) exit 129, south on Blalock Canyon Road approximately 2 miles.
In Arlington, Oregon, summers are warm and winters are cold. In the summer months, the average temperatures are 82-90.2 degrees, and in the winter months, the average temperatures are 27.9-31 degrees. The average annual precipitation is about 9.05 inches.
Created in 1885 from a section of Wasco County, Gilliam County is located in north central Oregon in the Columbia River Plateau. The county is made up of 1,223 square miles of land and water, and boasts great geographical diversity. The area includes the John Day River, the nation’s second longest, free-flowing, Wild and Scenic River. Elevations range from near sea-level to over 4,000 feet at the base of the Blue Mountains.
Located approximately 10 miles south of Arlington is the Columbia Ridge Landfill, a major industry in the area. Additionally, Gilliam County is quickly growing as one of the state’s leaders in wind energy generation. Construction began in 2010 on what will become the world’s largest wind farm: The Shepherd’s Flat Project.
The Arlington School District provides education for students in Kindergarten through grade 12.
Todd Longgood, Broker
Please contact The Whitney Land Company office to schedule a showing. A listing agent must be present at all times to tour the property.