Oregon’s Most Expensive Property Has a $127 Million Dollar View
Ok, just imagine for a minute that you have 127 million dollars. Now imagine owning nearly 33,000 acres of forest that borders the Deschutes National Forest west of Bend, Oregon.
This massive piece of land in the Bull Springs Skyline Forest is an active tree farm with endless recreational opportunities - cross country skiing, mountain biking, dirt bike riding, fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, mountain climbing, bird and wildlife watching, horseback riding, and so, so much more.
The majority of the property is full of timberland with multiple creeks and springs and ranges in elevation from 3500 feet to 5600 feet. All located in central Oregon just east of the Cascade Mountains. Whether you were to leave it as is or build a few dream cabins and homes, this property is certainly one-of-kind and will take some very deep pockets to acquire.
The property is listed by Polvi Real Estate and the pictures which come from the online listing are amazing – keep scrolling and take an online hike through the Bull Springs Skyline Forest.