Bonita Springs Ranch

Ironside,
Oregon
Malheur

Status:

Active
$3,100,000
Knipe Land Company

Property Description

Bonita Springs Ranch

Location: Located in Malheur County near Cow Valley and the unincorporated town of Ironside, Oregon. This area is known for its cattle ranches and hunting. It is only 30 minutes from Unity, less than an hour from Vale, Oregon, and just over two hours from Boise, Idaho.  Good access off Bonita Road to the main highway heading to Ironside. The area offers views of several peaks, including Ironside Mountain, Cow Valley Butte, and Juniper Mountain. While mostly comprised of rolling sagebrush hills with a scattering of juniper trees, this area offers hidden gems, including lots of springs and draws hiding rock outcroppings, creeks, and brush, all in an ecosystem where elk, deer, bear, and upland game birds, including sage hen and grouse, thrive.

Acreage: The 2,939± acres have exceptional grazing land brimming with grass for cattle and resident wildlife. Springs dot the landscape, and Clover Creek meanders through, providing water to the grazing animals. Several of the springs are developed for stock water.  Additionally, a solar powered well provides year round water to a stock tank and a pond.

This land has been in the family for 150 years and is now available for a new family to create their legacy ranch.

As you travel through the rolling terrain, you pass from one meadow to the next and find draws with water, brush, and plentiful wildlife among the rolling hills of sagebrush and grass. The property is private, with only one access via the county road on the east side. Power and phone are available along Bonita Road. Completing the setting are scenic views of Ironside Mountain, Juniper Mountain, and Cow Valley Butte.

Recreation: A veritable headquarters for hunters, located within the Oregon Fish & Wildlife Beulah (65) Hunt Unit. There are up to 4 Land Owner Preference tags available. Over recent years, the seller has harvested 19 elk of 6 points or more from his property. Other species that are present include Mule deer and bear. Along with big game hunting, there are several species of upland game birds; chuckar, sage hen, and sage grouse.

Hike and ride existing trails or create new ones to discover your favorite spots for viewing wildlife and majestic mountain vistas.  Nothing better than to go for miles and miles on your own land.

Janey Knipe
, Associate Broker

Ready to take the next step? Let’s talk!

Property Highlights:


  • Hunting

  • Recreation

  • Ranching

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