‘Rare’ ranch on 40,000 acres of wilderness hits Oregon market. See the $65M retreat

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A unique opportunity has landed on the real estate market in Prineville, Oregon, that an outdoor enthusiast could fall in love with — if they have $65 million burning a hole in their pocket.

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An over 40,000-acre property named Ochoco Ranch, which is tucked away within the stunning high country, is a home like no other in the Beaver State.

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“Timber, recreation, and the American tradition- love of land,” the listing on Realtor.com says. “Streams and ponds filled with Red Band trout, and extensive pond and stream restoration. Green lush meadows where trophy elk and deer reside. Untouched draws and rock outcroppings. Covered bridges and well built roads that allow year round access and enjoyment.”

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Properties of this size don’t come up here this often,” Robin Yeakel told Mansion Global. Robin and Greg Yeakel of Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty hold the listing.

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The ranch borders the National Forest and is surrounded by almost everything nature has to offer, including roaming wild horses.

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The vast property has a cornucopia of features including:

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  • Miles of water creeks

  • “True natural hot springs”

  • Lodge complex

  • Multiple cabins

  • Horse barn

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Greg Yeakel noted that “there are no county roads that run through the land, and there’s no public access” so new owners would have the utmost privacy, Mansion Global reported.

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Prineville is about 145 miles east of Eugene.

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