101 SE Third
South Deschutes County
La Pine, Oregon
Property: A pastoral & private dream Little Deschutes River Property on 11.33 acres. A River DOES Run Through It. Wind your way into the fineshed estate to a relaxed luxurious home on top of Ponderosa Point overlooking the river and a private meadow. Less than 5 miles from La Pine, OR, access to grocery stores, supplies and other necessities is convenient.
Other amenities such as Caldera Springs, Crosswater Golf Course and Sunriver Resorts are less than 20 minutes away.
Identification of Subject Property; Map- Sec. 16 T22S R10E TL 201. Click here for tax map
Distances to other Cities:
Sunriver, OR- 17 miles
Bend, OR- 29 miles
Eugene, OR- 108 miles
Portland, OR - 191 miles
Seattle, WA- 358 miles
Acreage: The property consists of approximately 11.33 deeded acres consisting of pine trees, private meadows and The Little Deschutes River flowing through the property.
Recreation and Wildlife: Ponderosa Point provides sightings of a wide variety of species including Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl and Upland Birds. Recreational opportunities with in the Central Oregon region are endless.
Improvements: An exquisite 2,172 sq. ft. custom finished home overlooking The Little Deschutes River which flows through the property. The floor plan includes two (2) bedrooms, two (2) bathrooms, living room, family room, custom kitchen, utility room, and dinning area. The heat source is heat pump, electric wood and central AC. Other improvements include 2,048 sq. ft. shop with complete living quarters, small private office/studio, outdoor kitchen and fire pit.
Vehicle: Includes 1998 Chevy Blazer. Great conditional and all season vehicle.
Home Details: The log sided home includes warm woods, appealing tiles, granite and custom work throughout. Expansive private mountainous views!
Master Bedroom / Bathroom – Wonderful sunset-view sitting deck. Walk-in closet with built-in storage lined with cedar (all closets entire home). Tile floors and shower (with sitting bench and shelving).
Second Bedroom – Window faces wonderful sunset views. Knotty-pine wainscoting. Cedar closet.
Cook’s Delight Kitchen – European style Alder cabinets’ through-out. Granite counter-tops and full tile backsplash. Stainless appliances with Viking cook top and warming drawer.
Riverview/Living Room – Picture windows with expansive views. Custom rock (propane) fireplace. Beautiful wood floors. Built-in entertainment bar with wine cooler.
Lodge/Family Room – Rock fireplace with log mantel. Vaulted Ceiling with peeled logs throughout.
Extras – Covered outdoor kitchen and spa area. Rock fire pit (gas). Outdoor bar area with refrigerators and storage. Graveled walking paths. 1,000 sq. ft. of Trex Decking. 300 sq. ft. of Stamped Concrete. Hand-peeled log rail fencing.
Shop – Four (4) stall / bay doors. Loft for storage with built-in shelving. Complete guest quarters. Covered lean-to for additional storage. Emergency generator
Central Oregon - With 300 days of sunshine a year (as many as Arizona!) and oodles of fresh powder come winter; the high desert country of Central Oregon is an idyllic playground for sports lovers. Rekindle your spirit with a gamut of possibilities such as world famous golf at more than 25 unique courses, coveted fly-fishing at over 150 rivers and lakes, and outdoor adventures including hiking, rock climbing at Smith Rock and an abundance of snow sports atop Mt. Bachelor. And what’s more, the region boasts an equally impressive selection of restaurants and breweries, a vibrant nightlife, unique lodging and a growing arts scene.
From lava beds and towering mountains to sheer cliff walls and raging rivers, Central Oregon screams “extreme sports!” The Deschutes National Forest and surrounding wilderness areas offer endless opportunity for biking, hiking and horseback riding.
Mt. Bachelor’s powdery slopes offer world-class skiing and snowboarding, groomed Nordic trails, dog-sled rides, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. The winter snow that blankets the Cascades inexorably melts into the rivers and lakes, including the 252-mile long Deschutes River, renowned for its stock of fat trout and a favorite among anglers. White-water rafters and kayakers head to the lower river, famous for its towering rapids and rugged scenery. To cap your adventure climb the craggy spires of Smith Rock and trek along the world's largest obsidian flow at Newberry Volcanic Monument.
Paulina Lake – With in 30 minutes of Ponderosa Point, at 1,530 acres and over 250 feet deep in places, Paulina Lake is one of the deepest lakes in the state. Paulina Lake is a kokanee hotspot and home to trophy-sized brown trout. In fact, the current state trophy brown trout—27 pounds, 12 ounces—was caught here in 1993. Deeper and colder than East Lake, Paulina Lake averages a little over 160 feet deep. Key Species: rainbow trout, brown trout, kokanee
East Lake – East Lake is 1,044 acres in size and up to 180 feet deep. It is particularly known for its trophy-sized brown trout. The current record is a 22.5-pound monster caught in 1981. Typical brown trout average 14 to 25 inches. Rainbow trout average 10 to 19 inches and Atlantic salmon average up to 17 inches. Kokanee are usually in the 14- to 16-inch range. Although the season runs from April 22 to October, its high elevation (nearly 6,400 feet) generally keeps it locked in ice until late May
Wickiup Reservoir - At over 10,300 acres when full, Wickiup Reservoir is the largest lake in the Cascade Mountains and the second largest reservoir in Oregon. Like nearby Crane Prairie Reservoir, Wickiup was created by damming the upper Deschutes River. Although there are a number of fish species inhabiting the reservoir, anglers generally come here in search of kokanee, and to a lesser extent brown trout. Browns can reach over 20 pounds. Key Species: kokanee, brown trout, rainbow trout.
Other popular nearby fishing opportunities within the region include:
Davis Lake, Odell Lake, Crescent Lake, Diamond Lake, Crane Prairie Reservoir and The Upper Deschutes River.
Climate: The climate for Central Oregon is predominately a high desert arid climate. Summer temperatures range from highs in the mid-80’s to a lows in the mid-40’s. Winter temperatures range from highs in the mid-40’s to lows in the mid-20’s. Temperature and precipitation varies for each city in Central Oregon based on proximity to the mountains and elevation.
Average annual precipitation for Central Oregon ranges from 8-12 inches. With little rain fall Central Oregon averages over 250 sunny days a year. The high desert climate with warm sunny days and cool nights appeals to many visitors.
School System(s): The city of LaPine provides schooling for Elementary through Sr. High School (K-12).
Access: The property’s driveway abuts a county road providing year-round access.
Fencing: The perimeter of the property is fenced.
2009 – 2010 Taxes: $2,358.44