What would you do with 20-plus acres of lush Oregon property? If you are a wine connoisseur, you might plant Pinot Noir grapes. If you are an equestrian, perhaps you would house your horses or build a training facility. If you love both, lucky for you Oregon has a wonderful selection of estates that are big enough for both passions.

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Oregon is the third largest viniferous grape-producing state in the United States, with more than 700 wineries and more than 1,000 vineyards growing 72 grape varietals. From the Columbia River Gorge to the Willamette Valley and Southern Oregon, the state offers a superior opportunity to fulfill your oenophile dreams. The state boasts exceptional terroir for growing diverse number of cool-climate varietals, and there are 18 district AVAs in the state to consider when looking to purchase vineyard property.

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“Oregon’s wine-growing regions are now more than 50 years old and have drawn international acclaim for the vast varieties and quality of wine produced,” explains Kendra Ratcliff, vice president and principal broker of LUXE Christie’s International Real Estate. “Having said that, the vibrant Oregon winemaking community has retained its handcrafted, artisan approach to agriculture and viticulture. Even though Oregon is the third largest wine grape-producing state, most wineries, in fact, have remained small and produce fewer than 5,000 cases a year.”

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Vineyard estates, however, are not the only luxury acreage properties you’ll find in Oregon. There is an exceptional number of equestrian properties, or those with equestrian potential, available in the state. Whether your dream is a high performance training facility, horse farm, sporting or event estate, or simply a property to enjoy horseback riding, you’ll find a fine collection of properties available that are dedicated to the art of horsemanship. More than merely horse farms, these distinctive properties feature exquisite homes, state-of-the-art facilities, and the chance to live your dream.

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Red Lily Vineyards in Jacksonville, Oregon, the heart of Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley AVA, is a perfect example of a property that is suited for either, or both, wine or horses. This 250-acre property sits on the quiet Applegate River and features a beautiful 1,885 sq. foot tasting room, state-of-the-art, 5,200 sq. foot winery facility, 14 acres of grapes, a main residence, guest house, and multiple barns and out-buildings. This turn-key operation is ideal for a buyer who is ready to jump right into a wine country or equestrian lifestyle.

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In West Linn, Oregon, a gorgeous 21-acre vineyard property, known as Lola’s Vineyard, may be your ticket to happiness. The private estate located on top of Pete’s Mountain has 14.4 acres of 20-year-old Pinot Noir vines and is surrounded by the prestigious Oregon Golf Club. A magnificent 2-acre building site set in the middle of the vineyard, with breath-taking views of Mt. Hood, is perfect for building a dream home or equestrian facilities.

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From undeveloped land to commercial ventures – or simply a hillside estate with stunning views – LUXE Christie’s has the knowledge and expertise needed to complete these sometimes complicated transactions. Vineyard and equestrian properties are often more than just real estate, consisting of a business, tasting room, manufacturing or training facilities, and residences. “We will help you live your dream!” promises Ratcliff.

For more information about wine estates or luxury properties throughout Oregon, please contact Kendra Ratcliff at 503-330-6677 or Kendra@LuxeCIR.com.

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