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(Sold) Permaculture Property (with a great house) for sale outside Portland - 5 acres

 
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We are selling our property and thought someone here may be or know someone interested in a permaculture property. Its a traditional house but the property has been managed through permaculture inspired methods for ~8 years now. No pesticides or herbicide used for 6+ years. Fertilizer has been organic or better (mulch/compost) .

A few additional fun facts about the property.

- South-South East facing gentle slope
- Garden with 8 raised beds on property
- More than 20 fruit trees (Apple, Pear, Cherry, Plum, Persimmon, Jujube, PawPaw, Mulberry, Figs)
- Nut trees (Hazelnut, Chestnut, White Walnut, Almonds, Buartnut)
- Fruiting shrubs: 10 blueberry varieties, Elderberries, Gooseberries, White Currant, Black currant, Red currant, Goji Berry-
- Fruiting Vines/Canes: Red Raspberry, Yellow Raspberry, Boysenberry, Kiwi, Grapes (5 varieties)
- Bee and Hummingbird paradise: Flowering plants active from April to November
- Live bamboo privacy wall with professionally installed rhizome barrier
- 1 year old hueguel mound

- Great for remote working:
- Large office with property views
- High speed internet via BCT cable
- Great mobile data through Verizon or AT&T
- 35min to PDX airport
- 1hr 15min to Skiing on Mt. Hood
- 2hrs to the beach (Cannon, Seaside, and Tillamook)

Feels like you are in the country but you will be within 10 min of a Restaurant, Bar, Distillery, Winery, Gas station, and Convenience store

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That is a beautiful house and property, Chris.
 
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Where is this? (Link stopped working after 100 click-throughs, apparently.) Seems like over by Sandy?
 
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Property sold in the first weekend above asking. Not sure if this post helped or not but it is going to someone very excited about all the growies. Thanks Permies!
 
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