Welcome to finding homes for sale in Standfield Oregon. If you find any homes that you would like to view, please call our Standfield Realtor Greg Hansen at 541-210-9700
225 Sherman, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
Being sold "as is". recent use has been for storage. 2400 sq. feet on the main floor and a 1200 square foot basement.
210 Main, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
Stanfield and surrounding areas are an excellent location to INVEST IN!!!This rustic building is a great investment to get started with.HWY 395 frontage building could be an Auto shop, Restaurant,Bar,Retail Store or convert to office with lots of space.2 main rooms w/kitchen area, lot of storage and 2 bathrooms. Great opportunity with endless possibilities at a great price.
360 MAIN, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
Contact listing agent for additional sale information before writing an offer.
79555 BROWN, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
Beautiful remodeled home on 29 acres close to town but still very secluded and quite. Huge shop, rental home on site that brings in $650 a month. Horse corral, apple and apricot tress, 17 acres of alfalfa that earns $20,000 a year. Great little income property or peaceful getaway.
32534 STANFIELD MEADOWS, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
River view and river access from this 6.5 acre property that includes a spacious 2 bed 1 bath home. Propane fireplace. Property includes a large shop (garage door & openers) with "recreation area" including a pool table. Covered hay storage, detached finished play house/sleeping room. Enjoy the sounds of the Umatilla river from the very private/nicely landscaped patio area.
Looking to relocate in a fast growing NW regional area with major growth potential? Here it is, built in 2008 on 10.45 acres with 9830 SF office and a 9,000 SF warehouse/shop. This property is currently leased for an additional 5.5 years to a nationally known company. INVESTORS don't miss this opportunity. This lease represents a solid 8% cap rate. DO NOT CONTACT THE CURRENT TENANTS.
000 HWY 395 AND CANAL, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
47.99 PRIME LAND FOR DEVELOPMENT. MANY OPTIONS FOR THIS TRACT OF LAND. CALL LISTING AGENT FOR DETAILS.
0 Hinkle, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
Opportunity for builders/investors! 8.56 acres, This property can be subdivided, potential manufactured home park (realistic 14-17 homes) or residential properties. Power on property, sewer and water close by.
600 Coe, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
Bring your velvet hammer & paint brush to lovingly restore this amazing grand architectural treasure.Beautiful windows flood the gracious rooms with lots of light. Art deco flair throughout this stately 28,000sf building. Auditorium,theatre,choir/band room,kitchen,office,bathrooms,lockers & classrooms too. Full gymnasium with bleachers & stage.Additional 1 acre+ available adjacent.
000 0 HWY 395 SOUTH, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
TWO PARCELS OF LAND AVAILABLE TO DEVELOP. STANFIELD IS READY FOR THESE TWO PARCELS TO BE DEVELOP INTO RESIDENTIAL LOTS AND COMMERCIAL FRONTAGE ALONG HWY 395 SOUTH. SELLER WILL WORK WITH THE COUNTY AND CITY TO OBTAIN PROPER ZONING. NEAR HERMISTON AND PRIME LOCATION.
600 Coe, Stanfield, OR, Oregon 97875
Bring your velvet hammer & paint brush to lovingly restore this amazing grand architectural treasure.Beautiful windows flood the gracious rooms with lots of light. Art deco flair throughout this stately 28,000sf building. Auditorium,theatre,choir/band room,kitchen,office,bathrooms,lockers & classrooms too. Full gymnasium with bleachers & stage. Event Center/Lodge.
Standfield Real Estate. Stanfield, located is located along Highway 395 and I-84 Freeway. The town of Stanfield was originally named foster. The name Stanfield came after Senator Robert N Stanfield purchased property for the headquarters of his extensive sheep and wool enterprises. The railroad provided excellent transportation for shipping sheep and storing supplies for the area. Stanfield was incorporated in 1910 and was promoted for settlement for its excellent soils for growing crops. The winter is mild and the summer provides lots of sunlight for growing crops. The Oregon Trail ran through Stanfield which helped the development of the area. In 1916, Stanfield built a water tower, which continues to be a local land mark. The Furnish Irrigation Ditch was built by W.J. Furnish to provide an amble amount of water for irrigating crops in the area. The surrounding farmers produce quality melons, potatoes, alfalfa, mint, wheat and cattle. This area receives about 9” inches of rain per year.