Haines Real Estate Homes for Sale

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1 Maxwell LN, Haines, OR 97833

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73.33 +/- acres located between Haines and North Powder with beautiful mountain and valley views. This property is being used for pasture and has water rights from the North Powder River. The property can be buildable via lot of record.
$366,650

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14693 TALLEY-DOBBINS LN, Haines, OR 97833

4Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
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2,392Sqft
39+/- acre working ranch w recreational opportunities nearby. The ranch is situated in the heart of the Baker Valley imparting extraordinary views of 9000' high peaks in the Elkhorn Mountain Range. A 2,392 sqft custom single level style home built n 1984 w multiple remodels,4 bed,2 bath,2 living rooms, & office.
$799,000

Residential

12293 BULGER FLAT LN, Haines, OR 97833

3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
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3,344Sqft
One of Eastern Oregon's best kept secrets. A truly custom Lindal Cedar home nestled at the base of the Elkhorn Mountains. The property has been meticulously carved out of the forest for a true park like setting of your very own. The home features 3 bed/ 3 bathrooms, with separate living and family rooms. Outside features 2 separate shop/garages; One with a complete separate living quarters.
$1,950,000

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0 Sky Ranch RD, Haines, OR 97833

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39 +/- acre property between Baker City and Haines with unobstructed views of the Elkhorn Mountains. Property has been historically used as summer pasture. Buildable via lot of record, which sellers will complete with accepted offer. This property is a blank slate and ready to be transformed into your dream rural property.
$249,000

Residential

44189 HWY 30, Haines, OR 97833

3Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
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1,240Sqft
The Board Ranch is comprised of just over 127 acres with 61.9 acres of primary water rights. Salmon Creek flows for approximately 1/2 mile through the ranch. The home is set back from Hwy 30 and features exceptional views of both the Elkhorn and Eagle Cap mountain ranges. A multi-purpose barn features a calving pen, tack room, 3/4 bathroom, and a work area with vehicle parking.
$1,245,000

Residential

46108 POCAHONTAS RD, Haines, OR 97833

4Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
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2,022Sqft
2003 Palm Harbor Triple Wide Manufactured Energy Efficient Home on 18.96 acres m/l in great condition! Views all the way around! 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with large living room and large family room! 2 covered porches for enjoying the great views. 2nd home out front for storage(no plumbing included). Property is being sold in "as is" condition.
$445,000

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15647 MAXWELL LN, Haines, OR 97833

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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.
$1,000,000

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 located between North Powder and Baker City.  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.