Benton County Vineyard Land

This productive 215 acre Willamette Valley farm is adjacent to a small vineyard to the north and the larger Benton Lane Winery to the south. There are approximately 110-113 acres considered ideally suitable for planting a quality Pinot Noir vineyard. The farm is located within the proposed Lower Long Tom American Viticulture Area (AVA). The Lower Long Tom is protected from wind by Prairie Mountain and enjoys a micro-climate with higher temperatures as a result, according to their application. If established by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TBB), the Lower Long Tom AVA will be the most southerly of the Willamette Valley sub-AVA’s, convenient to Eugene and Corvallis. There are two homes on the property- One is an elegantly remodeled hilltop home with terrific views of the property and surrounding territory. The 2nd residence is a manufactured home occupied by the farm manager. A 2-story building near a large gravel loading area provides office space upstairs and cold storage downstairs. Other outbuildings include a 8250 +/- SF shop building and a horse barn with 2 stalls and a tack/feed room. In close proximity to the city of Monroe, the property was part of the Oaco Orchards subdivision plat approved in 1910, according to the Benton County Planning Department. However, current land use laws require the income test be met for the parcels to be buildable. Use your creativity and take advantage of this rare opportunity!

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Benton County Vineyard Land Farmseller benton-county-vineyard-land This productive 215 acre Willamette Valley farm is adjacent to a small vineyard to the north and the larger Benton Lane Winery to the south. There are approximately 110-113 acres considered ideally suitable for planting a quality Pinot Noir vineyard. The farm is located within the proposed Lower Long Tom American Viticulture Area (AVA). The Lower Long Tom is protected from wind by Prairie Mountain and enjoys a micro-climate with higher temperatures as a result, according to their application. If established by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TBB), the Lower Long Tom AVA will be the most southerly of the Willamette Valley sub-AVA's, convenient to Eugene and Corvallis. There are two homes on the property- One is an elegantly remodeled hilltop home with terrific views of the property and surrounding territory. The 2nd residence is a manufactured home occupied by the farm manager. A 2-story building near a large gravel loading area provides office space upstairs and cold storage downstairs. Other outbuildings include a 8250 +/- SF shop building and a horse barn with 2 stalls and a tack/feed room. In close proximity to the city of Monroe, the property was part of the Oaco Orchards subdivision plat approved in 1910, according to the Benton County Planning Department. However, current land use laws require the income test be met for the parcels to be buildable. Use your creativity and take advantage of this rare opportunity! Real Estate Farms https://marketplace.capitalpress.com/wp-content/uploads/image_243968.jpgBenton County Vineyard Land 24134 Territorial Rd Monroe 97456 ,

Overview

$3,500,000.00
Phone Number503-682-1789
Lot Size215
Bedrooms3
Bathrooms2.5
RegionOregon - Western
AgencyWolf NW Properties, Inc.
RealtorEugene Wolf

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