Buyers occaisionally ask me to find "horse property" for them, however, it is not always listed that way.
Horse property is not always easy to find unless you contact a real estate agent familiar with "lay of the land" of the available listings.
Just east of Newport, Oregon, two towns offer great horse properties, Toledo, and Siletz. Some of the properties have creeks running through them, fenced open fields for grazing, apple trees, chicken coops, etc., about a 1/2 hour drive from state parks, such as Driftwood, where horse trailers can be unloaded for beach rides at sunset.
Listings with acreage are likely to be outside city water and sewer, they may have a spring or well, and may be on a septic system. You will want to check on health of outbuildings, horse barns, proper zoning, marked corners of parcel, etc.. Lots of inspections and tests involved in the purchase process!
If you are looking for a "horse property," at the Central Oregon coast, I may be able to help you find that needle in the haystack! Better yet, I am here to help you through the inspection and closing process after you make the offer on your dream horse property.
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