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1545 3RD, Haines, OR, Oregon 97833
Use your imagination and fix this one up or build your new home on this extra large lot in Haines, OR. Seller is selling this home and property 'as is' with no warranties or guarantees.
0 3rd, Haines, OR, Oregon 97833
5.08 acres in the city of Haines, OR with mountain views and great building site. The property has good perimeter fencing, pond, lots of good grass and clover, some water rights for flood irrigation from Rock Creek. This parcel is located on the East side of Haines. City water will be available.
15647 MAXWELL, Haines, OR, Oregon 97833
Beautiful ranch/farm with good soil that is mostly rock free with very little slope that could grow potatoes, mint, wheat and could be certified organic. Flood water rights with 2 back up wells. No structures, farm ground only.
46803 FOOTHILL, Haines, OR, Oregon 97833
Productive irrigated farm ground with manufactured home, barn and other outbuildings. Currently in alfalfa but is also suitable for potatoes or mint.
13872 ROCK CRK, Haines, OR, Oregon 97833
This spacious 2814 m/l sq.ft. home features 4 bdrm/2.5 baths w/ample natural light.A 2001 addition updates this wonderful country home with extraordinary views of Baker Valley.The 13 acre property is fenced & cross fenced with flood irrigated pasture & pond ideal for your animals.
12293 BULGER FLAT, Haines, OR, Oregon 97833
Private Mountain retreat with Custom Lindal Cedar Home on 40 acres in the Elkhorn Mountains.
Haines Real Estate. Find homes in Haines Oregon. Haines is located about 8 miles or so South from Baker City along the old Oregon HWY 30 and the Union Pacific Rail Road. Haines is a small town with a few commercial enterprises. The main attraction is the Haines Steak House which is well known in Eastern Oregon. Haines is the turn off point to Anthony Ski Resort of which offers the only Ski lift in Eastern Oregon. It is owned by Baker County and is manage a board of directors that are appointed by the county. It gets well used by the public in Eastern Oregon. Here’s a little history of how Haines got established. Israel David Haines owned 1,200 acres of farmland in the immediate vicinity of what is now Haines, Oregon. In 1884, after completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, Haines platted out a portion of his property for a town site and the Oregon Navigation & Railroad Company constructed a small loading platform and railroad depot building. A thriving town grew around this railhead and became a major supplier of mining, timber, and agriculture products for the Portland markets. The town of Haines soon became known as The Biggest Little City in Oregon.