Encompassing its own secluded valley, the Chapman Ranch spreads across 14,506± diverse, deeded acres 25 miles from downtown Klamath Falls. County roads provide year-round access to the ranch, while an excellent internal road system enables one to reach virtually all parts of the property. Timbered uplands consisting of pine, cedar, and fir cover the higher portions of the ranch and encircle sub-irrigated meadows and sprinkler-irrigated cropland on the valley floor. Three wells provide reliable water to irrigate 400± acres currently supporting seed potatoes, grain, and dairy quality alfalfa under two center pivots and wheel lines. The balance of the ranch is set up for summer and fall grazing with excellent stock water throughout. Improvements include two employee homes, a hunting cabin remodeled in 2014, hay storage, equipment shed, and steel corrals. Eligible for four landowner preference tags, the ranch is home to quality elk and mule deer along with a host of other wildlife, such as antelope, black bear, mountain lion, upland game birds, and birds of prey. In addition, the property enjoys a common boundary with the Fremont-Winema National Forest and features private road access to tens of thousands of acres of public lands recreation. For ease of disposition, the owner underwent a portioning process with Klamath County to divide the property into four separate tracts. One of the few large contiguous properties on the market in southern Oregon, the Chapman Ranch represents an excellent long-term real estate investment with potential to realize income from multiple sources including grazing, farming, timber management, big game hunting, and sale of individual parcels.
Just the Facts
- 14,506± contiguous deeded acres partitioned into four tracts
- 25 miles from Klamath Falls via well-maintained county roads
- Diverse topography ranging from 4,250 feet to 6,200 feet
- 400± irrigated acres utilizing three wells
- Set up for summer and fall grazing with ample stock water
- Functioning residential and agricultural improvements to complement a variety of property management schemes
- Quality hunting and eligible for four landowner preference tags
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