America’s most expensive land was announced. The most expensive land in the country was the Kinzua Farm in Oregon. The farm entered the market for $ 30 million.

40,000 acres of land was announced as the most expensive property of the week. The property has a great view. It also has a ponderosa pine forest and large grassland areas. Plenty of wildlife includes elk, deer, bear, quail and wild turkey. Water sources in the large canal include reservoirs, streams, streams and ponds.


The history of the picturesque property dates to the 1800s, when “the whole area was a fur-trading zone,” says listing agent Jacob Polvi. “The settlers moved in, and it became a logging area.”

The land owner came here in 1909 for the first time. The region became the center of Kinzua, Kinzua Pine Mills Co. and Wetmore’s timber business in 1928. 700 people were working in that town. The district was established and the company changed hands.

“The old mill site was on the ranch. It’s all been demolished,” Polvi says. In the place of the ghost town, 400,000 ponderosa pines were planted in 1982.

The land is rich with opportunity, for both timber and cattle, and “it’s probably one of the best spots for hunting in Oregon,” says Polvi.

This area of Eastern Oregon is a region where winter sports and skiing are performed. The region’s warm weather allows horse riding, four-wheel drive, cycling and hiking.

The area is accessible by State Highway 19. Bend is only 1.5 hours from the OR. Araz can be purchased as investment income. Cows in the field were included in the sale.

“For a real high net worth individual, it’s the ideal property,” Polvi says. He envisions “someone who wants to own their own recreational retreat and make it better.”

Source: realtor.com

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