RiverSong Farm and Forest Sanctuary – Hood River, Oregon

October 11, 2011 by Haley Leave a reply »

RiverSong Farm is a 91-acre Oregon ranch property located in the Hood River Valley, 15 minutes from downtown Hood River and 30 minutes from four ski resorts, Mount Hood Meadows, Timberline, Ski Bowl and Cooper Spur.  In the heart of steelhead country, the property consists of 19 acres of irrigated organic farmland, old growth oak, bigleaf maple, fir trees and fenced pasture for horses.   Improvements include a restored 4BR, 2BA farmhouse, several yurts and a barn, all fronting a ½ mile of the Hood River.  Recreational amenities include summer and winter steelhead fishing, with the best steelhead run on the entire Hood River rumored to be onsite.  In addition, steelhead anglers can access the Klickitat and White Salmon Rivers in Washington, both well-respected steelhead fisheries within 30 minutes of the property, and the mouth of the Deschutes River is only 45 minutes east.  Resident populations of California quail, Ruffed grouse and pheasant are all available for the avid wingshooter.  Hood River is a resort town located 1 hour from Portland and 45 minutes from the Portland International Airport.  The town is known for its mild climate, excellent restaurants, local wineries and award-winning fruit orchards.  During the summer, Hood River is a kite-boarding and windsurfing mecca, and in the winter it is a skier’s dream.  With a ½ mile of Hood River frontage and access to an additional 1 mile and 400 acres of landlocked public land adjacent to and upstream of the property, RiverSong Farm offers an extremely desirable lifestyle with endless recreational amenities.  Offering price is $1,495,000.

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