3978 Little Applegate Rd
Jacksonville, OR 97530

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sqft: 2250-Living, 815-Garage
Lot size: 19.09 Acre
Year built: 2002
County: Jackson
Elementary School: Ruch Elementary
Middle School: McLoughlin Middle
High School: South Medford High

Property Description

Upscale Private Country Living in the Applegate Valley

Total seclusion. This house sits in the middle of the lower half of 19.09 acres, with BLM at the back. This home has 2250 sq. ft. of living space with an 815 sq. ft. three-car garage. Features a 3bd 2bth with formal dining and office. This property has three-quarter acres of lawns and flower beds designed for easy care. Curbed driveway. In ground accent lighting is located in two separate groups of trees in the front and rear of the property, under a large black oak. There is sensor lighting on the exterior of the house, around all the manicured areas, up the driveway, and on the pump house and out buildings. There is a built-in camera system hard wired into the house and we have cameras around the property as well. There is power and water to all the buildings and lawns, with plug ins on the upper lawn, as well as hose bibs. In ground sprinkler system for all watering. House also features a fenced garden with: an asparagus patch, two sweet cherry trees, two nectarine trees, and one Fugi apple tree. We have one pie cherry outside of the garden as well. Covered parking below the house allows for 5 parking areas. Two are currently used for wood, and the other three for trailers and vehicles. Please refer to the pictures. The 19.09 acres have roads covering most of the upper area for ease of use, and a building pad I use for storage burn pile etc. This building pad cannot be used for another home, but should work a wood shop etc. Would be available if a person wanted to. Jackson County Building could answer that question for sure.

All irrigation is out of the properties well. It produces 16-Gal a minute of great water, it has a filter system on it. The pump has run for years - 20 hours every other day during the summer, without any trouble. The quality of the water is first class. The well produces more water than can be pumped at any given time.

The septic is (2)1000 gal tanks. One is located below the garden, and another down in the neighbor’s pasture as well as the drain field. It was originally put in for this property when the land was split up but thought it better to put a tank up on this property as well.

The home has: 9’, 11’, and 13’ ceilings with crown moldings and base throughout. Oak hardwood floors with walnut inlay. Cabinets are red birch with walnut inlay. The floor plan is a split plan with the master on one side, and kid rooms on the other. Open floor plan but still has living and family rooms split by the kitchen. Formal dining with custom columns with an 11’ high tray ceiling that features crown molding and rope lighting. Office has an 11’ ceiling just off the front entry door as is the formal dining. Master and family room have ceiling fans. Stepped ceiling in living with crown on two levels. Stepped ceiling in family with crown on one level. Master bedroom has: walk in closet, jetted tub, vaulted ceiling, with tile countertops and shower. Separate room for toilet.

Kitchen is large that splits the living and family and eating nook. It has Jenn-air appliances: refrigerator, glass cooktop, microwave oven combo, and dishwasher.

Living has large corner fireplace which has been used primarily to heat the house in the winter. A small door is located beside the hearth so wood can be loaded without going through the house. Wood storage is just outside the door on the deck. The home has a train heat pump as well but which has been used primarily in the summer for air conditioning.

Large covered deck 550 sq. ft. transitioning into 450 sq. ft. of open deck with a built-in fire pit. Large cement patio and 5’ wide walk way down past the lower lawn. Allows for wood to be brought up easily from the wood shed with the lawn tractor. Concrete sidewalks are installed all around the house.

We will kick back $15,000 after closing for new carpet to have the hardwood floors re-sanded and finished as well as the interior of the house painted patched and painted, or whatever you would like to do with the money. We would do these things prior to selling but it is hard to carpet with all the furniture in the home. True of sanding the hardwood floors, also allows the new owner to pick out what they would like. Paint is not bad but might be needed as well. A wall has been built between the second and third garage to keep the cat out of the boat. It is not finished just drywalled it can come out or can be finished and painted. Totally up to the new buyer. I will see that all the work is done as I’m contractor by trade.

The address for the home is 3978 Little Applegate Rd. but really we live off a little BLM road called Grouse ck. which is really common around here. It is a well-maintained road and we have a perpetual right way with the BLM to use it. I have pictures of the road in the photo section. There is only a few of us on the road we are the last at exactly 3 tenths of a mile on the right.

You can go to Jackson County Property Data on line for plot maps etc.

House is being sold as is and I believe everything works as it should.

This price does not include a real estate commission.
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