Green Homes for Sale - Spray, Oregon Green Home

Spray, Oregon — Green Home For Sale

MOTIVATED SELLER! Price reduced to $625,000!!

If you are seeking an off grid, quiet respite with a mystical touch, look no further ... here is your magic kingdom! This fortress offers a vast array of amenities along with privacy and end of the road seclusion, and is a must see to appreciate.

This self-sustaining holding has room for improvements of your choice inside this secluded retreat. Within the walls of this solar powered castle lies a vibrant palette of color awaiting your personal touch to complete its intricate design. With a solid infrastructure, magical touches are awaiting the most discriminating buyer to make this house their home.

Attention to detail and pride of ownership is evident from the inside out of this unique, solar powered sanctuary on 64 acres that is open for your innovative imagination. Off grid and energy efficient, this custom home built 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 3 level home has 1758 sq ft of living space and was constructed in 2013. Numerous upgrades are found inside this one-of-a-kind castle such as skylights, Tamarack vaulted ceilings, arched double pane windows, loft, an open floor plan with living and dining combination, kitchen with 2 pantries, root cellar, utility room, solar hot water, propane and wood heat. Interior and exterior quality construction with 12 inch thick walls in the house, copper metal roofing and slab foundation ... and most importantly ... no light pollution. In a galaxy of stars, this is where the Nighthawk thrives!

Every room has a window to the world outside in a scenic backdrop with 360-degree views of the mountain ranges and sloping hillsides. Sit on the covered patio, enjoy the breeze and see nature at its best. Relish in the surrounding landscape of stark beauty in the craggy rock outcroppings, rolling vistas and mountain valley views with a gurgling creek on panoramic Rainbow Ridge. Discover your inner artist and get back to nature at its best with wildlife viewing galore. Dip your feet in year-round Corncob Creek which traverses the property along with numerous springs on this self-sustaining investment. Raise your own food from the old and new fruit orchard, garden and greenhouse and graze your cattle or sheep on the dryland pasture that is fenced and cross-fenced for livestock.

Property has DEQ approved septic system, 150-foot 5 GPM domestic well with gravity fed system within two tanks of water storage. There are 6 frost free spigots located from the home to barns to outbuildings. All structures are permitted. This recreational retreat and ranch destination can be your multi-faceted home away from home or full-time residence. Wi-Fi is available for remote working at home. Some unfinished interior with exterior ready for stucco. See documents with House Description for details for more information.

Outbuildings are of quality wood construction with metal roofing & well maintained and include a 48x36 livestock barn, 8x16 tool shed, 8x16 storage, 8x12 chicken coop with concrete floor, slider and windows, 40x28 workshop with 8 inch walls, loft and wood stove, 32x24 Barn with hay loft and attached greenhouse.

Personal property included in sale price are washer, dryer, Sunfrost 12v R-19 fridge, Sundanzer 12v Chest freezer, Premier Pro 6 burner(sealed) propane stove, Flameview wood cookstove also serves as heat source.


12 solar panels @ house; 16 solar panels @ workshop; New Renogy AGM maintenance free battery banks for home and shop; 2 Outback inverters; 4 Morning Star charge controllers; Hot water solar collector; Outback Transformer Yanmar Diesel whole house generator included.

It is approximately 1/4 mile to power lines for electricity. Property is located 7 miles from Spray off Kahler Basin Road to Winlock Lane and borders private lands. Elevation is 2200 ft in mild climate with great growing season. Mixed use of recreational, ranch and residential with plenty of room to roam. Year-round access on private gravel road with cattle guard access to property within Spray School District. Just a ten minute drive the the reknowned John Day River for fishing, floating and fun. Drive to Service Creek less than a half hour away to take a shuttle, rent a raft or bring your own!  Take a day trip to Bull Prairie for a picnic and sit at the docks and fish or take your own watercrafts. Public land access is close by for big game hunting and other recreational activities.

There are good bones to this offering and no skeletons in the closet on this holding. Well, maybe in the bathroom. So come see for yourself if this cost-efficient castle fits the criteria in your karma. This lovely low maintenance offering is shown by appointment only with prequalification required before viewing.

Located at 23684 Winlock Lane Fossil OR 97830 in T8 SR24E TL1501;2945 SEC13. Property has been surveyed and is available upon request.

Built by Jim Dougherty Construction with blueprints available. Home will be sold unfinished in AS IS condition.

2021 Taxes were $4234. (Disqualified from farm deferral due to a non-farm dwelling permit issued in 2000. Inquire within for further details.) Zoned EFU.

$625,000. CASH. NO FINANCING.

Buyer's agent to provide client prequalification for purchase and be present at all showings. See www.cuppercreeklandcompany.com website for detailed information.


Listing ID: 20596


  • GreenBuilt Home
  • Sustainable Home
  • Off the Grid
  • Solar - Photovoltaic
Asking Price (USD) $625,000
Annual Property Tax $4,234
Annual Utility Cost $250
Home Area 1,758 sq ft
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 3
Total Property Area 64 acres
Year Built 2013

Property Description

Attention to detail and pride of ownership is evident from the inside out of this unique, solar powered sanctuary on 64 acres that is open for your innovative imagination. Off grid and energy efficient, this custom home built 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 3 level home has 1758 sq ft of living space and was constructed in 2013. Numerous upgrades are found inside this one-of-a-kind castle such as skylights, Tamarack vaulted ceilings, arched double pane windows, loft, an open floor plan with living and dining combination, kitchen with 2 pantries, root cellar, utility room, solar hot water, propane and wood heat. Interior and exterior quality construction with 12 inch thick walls in the house, copper metal roofing and slab foundation ... and most importantly ... no light pollution. In a galaxy of stars, this is where the Nighthawk thrives!

Every room has a window to the world outside in a scenic backdrop with 360-degree views of the mountain ranges and sloping hillsides. Sit on the covered patio, enjoy the breeze and see nature at its best. Relish in the surrounding landscape of stark beauty in the craggy rock outcroppings, rolling vistas and mountain valley views with a gurgling creek on panoramic Rainbow Ridge. Discover your inner artist and get back to nature at its best with wildlife viewing galore. Dip your feet in year-round Corncob Creek which traverses the property along with numerous springs on this self-sustaining investment. Raise your own food from the old and new fruit orchard, garden and greenhouse and graze your cattle or sheep on the dryland pasture that is fenced and cross-fenced for livestock.

Property has DEQ approved septic system, 150-foot 5 GPM domestic well with gravity fed system within two buried tanks of water storage, one 2250 gallon at the shop and two 1500 gallon buried tanks at the house. There are 6 frost free spigots located from the home to barns to outbuildings. All structures are permitted. This recreational retreat and ranch destination can be your multi-faceted home away from home or full-time residence. Wi-Fi is available for remote working at home. Some unfinished interior with exterior ready for stucco. See www.cuppercreeklandcompany.com website for all drones, photos, maps and documents with House Description for details for more information.

Outbuildings are of quality wood construction with metal roofing & well maintained and include a 48x36 livestock barn, 8x16 tool shed, 8x16 storage, 8x12 chicken coop with concrete floor, slider and windows, 40x28 workshop with 8 inch walls, loft and wood stove, 32x24 Barn with hay loft and attached greenhouse.

Personal property included in sale price are washer, dryer, Sunfrost 12v R-19 fridge, Sundanzer 12v Chest freezer, Premier Pro 6 burner(sealed) propane stove, Flameview wood cookstove also serves as heat source.


12 solar panels @ house; 16 solar panels @ workshop; New Renogy AGM maintenance free battery banks for home and shop.; 2 Outback inverters; 4 Morning Star charge controllers; Hot water solar collector; Outback Transformer Yanmar Diesel whole house generator included.

It is approximately 1/4 mile to power lines for electricity. Property is located 7 miles from Spray off Kahler Basin Road to Winlock Lane and borders private lands. Elevation is 2200 ft in mild climate with great growing season. Mixed use of recreational, ranch and residential with plenty of room to roam. Year-round access on private gravel road with cattle guard access to property within Spray School District. Just a ten minute drive the the reknowned John Day River for fishing, floating and fun. Drive to Service Creek less than a half hour away to take a shuttle, rent a raft or bring your own!  Take a day trip to Bull Prairie for a picnic and sit at the docks and fish or take your own watercrafts. Public land access is close by for big game hunting and other recreational activities.

There are good bones to this offering and no skeletons in the closet on this holding. Well, maybe in the bathroom. So come see for yourself if this cost-efficient castle fits the criteria in your karma. This lovely low maintenance offering is shown by appointment only with prequalification required before viewing.

Located at 23684 Winlock Lane Fossil OR 97830 in T8 SR24E TL1501;2945 SEC13. Property has been surveyed and is available upon request.

Built by Jim Dougherty Construction with blueprints available. Home will be sold unfinished in AS IS condition.

2021 Taxes were $4234. (Disqualified from farm deferral due to a non-farm dwelling permit issued in 2000. Inquire within for further details.) Zoned EFU.

$625,000. CASH. NO FINANCING.

Buyer's agent to provide client prequalification for purchase and be present at all showings.


What makes your home a Green or Healthy Home?

One foot thick walls with non toxic insulation in walls. Solar hot water collector and solar panels; fully off grid. Home is plumbed with Pex.

150 foot deep potable cold water well with gravity fed system.  Two buried 1500  gallon tanks of water storage gravity feeding to house, and one 2250 gallon tank at shop. Redundant water lines feedinng house. 6 frost free spigots located from the home to barns to outbuildings. 12 volt air pump that brings water up from the well.  Very simple air lift pumping system that will never need professional well maintenance or repair.

All structures are permitted. Passive solar via several south/southwestern windows. 12 solar panels @ house; 16 solar panels @ workshop; 4 New Renogy  maintenance free battery banks totaling 800 amp hours at house; 4 New Renogy  maintenance free battery banks totaling 800 amp hours at shop; 2 Outback inverters; 4 Morning Star charge controllers; Hot water solar collector; Outback Transformer Yanmar Diesel whole house generator included.

Custom glazed double panes windows. Copper powder coated metal roof.

Applicances are Sunfrost 12v R-19 fridge, Sundanzer 12v Chest freezer, Premier Pro 6 burner(sealed) propane stove, Flameview wood cookstove also serves as heat source and provides hot water.

Unfinished  15x14 root cellar with inside access. Perfect situation for rain water collection system. Some unfinished interior with exterior ready for stucco. Exterior unfinished and Stucco ready. See www.cuppercreeklandcompany.com website for more detailed data.



Neighborhood Description

Wheeler County is a county in the U.S. state of Oregon. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,441, making it Oregon's least populous county. It is named in honor of Henry H. Wheeler, an early settler who owned a farm near Mitchell. Wikipedia
Area1,715 mi²
Population1,415 (2019)
Unemployment rate3.9% (Feb 2021)


Market Area

Spray is a city in Wheeler County, Oregon, United States. The population was 160 at the 2010 census. Wikipedia
Elevation1,772
Area186 acres
Weather89°F (32°C), Wind N at 2 mph (3 km/h), 31% Humidity weather.com
Population234 (2019)
Named forJohn Fremont Spray and Mary E. Spray, early settlers

Fossil is a city in and the county seat of Wheeler County, Oregon, United States. The name was chosen by the first postmaster, Thomas B. Hoover, who had found some fossil remains on his ranch. The population was 473 at the 2010 census. Wikipedia
Elevation2,654
Area499 acres
Weather87°F (31°C), Wind N at 2 mph (3 km/h), 29% Humidity weather.com
Population393 (2019)
Hotels3-star averaging $139. View hotels
ZIP code97830



School District

Spray School is a K-12 public school in Spray, Oregon, United States. The only school in the Spray School District, its campus consists of five buildings that house classrooms for students in kindergarten through grade 12, administrative offices, a café, a library, a media center, a woodshop, and a gymnasium. Wikipedia
Address303 Park Ave, Spray, OR 97874


Community

Wheeler County is located in sunny North Central Oregon; it is the least populated and one of the most beautiful counties in the state. Wheeler County is as rugged as any in Oregon, with the terrain varying widely from deep river canyons edged in rimrock to high timbered mountains covered in pine and fir. Portions of the Ochoco and Umatilla National Forests lie within its boundaries, covering nearly one third of the county.


Fossil digging, fishing, rafting, hiking, camping, photography and star gazing are among the many fun and educational activities that abound here. Designated as a Wild and Scenic River, the John Day River, is known worldwide for its native salmon runs and exceptional bass fishing.


Located just three hours from Portland, Wheeler County is a magnificent place to escape for a weekend adventure. Wheeler County has been called a "Geologic Wonderland" and as the place "Where the Sidewalk Ends and the Old West Begins." Come and make your own adventure of time travel and discovery across this mysterious landscape.


There are two John Day Fossil Beds National Monument areas located in Wheeler County, the Clarno Unit and the Painted Hills Unit. The Sheep Rock Unit borders the County on the east. There are petrified mudslides and lava flows, unique geologic formations and one of the most outstanding depositories of prehistoric plant and animal fossils in the world.


The county is also a hunter's paradise for big game and world-class bass fishing along the John Day River. Our communities of Fossil, Mitchell and Spray offer exceptional home cooking at local cafes as well as accommodations ranging from motels to quaint bed & breakfasts to working cattle retreat ranches. You will find friendly people and communities eager to welcome you.



Home Type or Land

Single Family - Two Story


Location of Home or Land

Rural


Elevation of Home

Mountain


Building Details

Air Quality

Agriculture in Area Yes
Industry in Area Yes
Air Pollution in Area No
Pesticide Free Yes
Fragrance Free Yes
Cleaned with Green Products Yes

Interior Environment

Heating System Solar - Active
Solar - Passive
Wood Stove
Cooling System Passive Cooling
Ventilation System Other
Whole House Filtration None
Whole House Vacuum No

Energy & Water

Energy System Off the Grid
Solar - Photovoltaic
Water System Well
Wastewater System Septic System

Construction Information

Construction Type Wood Framing: 2x4, 2x6, etc.
Exterior Finish Other
Stucco
Interior Finish Gypsum Board - Sheet Rock
Interior Paint Low VOC
Floor Material Other
Wood - Solid
Roof Material Metal
Window Material Wood Dual Glazed
Insulation Material Other


Garage / Car Port

Garage / Carport No

Contact Information

Julie Smith

41909 Cupper Creek Rd.
Kimberly, OR 97848 US
Telephone:5419342946