Home with Hangar for Sale in OG21 $ : $595,000

Dry Creek Airpark  OG21   

Elevation: 3625 ft. / 1105 m (estimated)

 

From city: 8 miles S of PRINEVILLE, OR
Time zone: UTC -7 (UTC -8 during Standard Time)
Airport use: Private use. Permission required prior to landing
ARTCC: SEATTLE CENTER

Runway 7/25

Dimensions: 3000 x 35 ft. / 914 x 11 m
Surface: asphalt, in good condition
Runway edge lights: high intensity
RUNWAY 7 RUNWAY 25
Traffic pattern: left left
Markings: NSTD NSTD

 

 

Beds 4 Approx Square Feet 3174 Assessor
Baths 2.50 Price/Sq Ft $187.46
Year Built 2004 Lot Sq Ft (approx) 50965

 

 

Marketing Remark  Watch planes take flight from this immaculate, sun-filled 4bd/2.5ba single level living home w/ 42×54 heated/insulated hanger in private gated airpark. Open floor concept from kitchen leads into great room featuring grand wood planked vaulted ceilings, custom rock fireplace, bank of windows w/mountain views, expansive covered porch for entertaining. Lg bonus room upstairs, central vac, A/C, radiant heat in 2 baths. Shop has office, bath, rv hookups, plenty of storage space. Taxi to runway from your home!

 

HOA Total Amount $881.00

 

 

Dry Creek Airpark community is located in the high desert of Central Oregon and comprises 42 home/hanger sites ranging in size between 1 to 2 acres along with several acres of common area.  We have a well-maintained, paved, lighted, 3000’ runway.  DCA is a gated community with underground utilities. You can fly almost year round with our wonderful high desert climate.  If you need a little extra exercise on a beautiful day why not try out our tennis/sports court or take a hike along Dry Creek and enjoy the beautiful views around the airpark?

DCA is home to many types of aircraft including experimental, antique, high wing, low wing, and light twin (see photo gallery). The elevation of Dry Creek Airpark is 3,625’ and the airport identifier is OG21.

We are close to all the outdoor activities one could want whether it be FLYING, golfing, hunting, biking, hiking, fishing, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, or snowshoeing on Mt. Bachelor, river rafting, kayaking or even rock climbing. Our hometown of Prineville combines the best of small town life (friendly people, a leisurely pace, community members who care about each other and their community, and no traffic (except on the opening day of hunting season).

Dry Creek enjoys the dry climate of the high desert. Sunny days, low humidity and cool nights characterize the semi-arid climate. Like all of Oregon east of the Cascades, our weather is generally characterized by bright sunshine, warm to hot days and cool nights in the summer, and sunny days and cool to cold temperatures in the winter.

 

Dry Creek Airpark is an aviation paradise.

 

And finally—  ABOUT PRINEVILLE:  

 

Central Oregon is a vacation destination situated just east of the Cascade mountain range in Oregon’s high desert community.  It is surrounded by a 10-peak mountain range, known as a recreational mecca for many–  for fishing, mountain climbing, hiking, skiing, cross-country snowshoeing, sledding, boating, hunting, bike trails… well-known to people on the West coast.  It is recognized by its largest city of Bend, OR and Bend’s Mt. Bachelor that affords powder snow skiing, mountain lakes and fishing throughout the year.

 

Prineville is in Crook County, the heart of Central Oregon.  It has a “small home town” feel with just over 10,000 residents, a town that’s growing and rejuvenating with new residential developments and infrastructure.   Revitalization is a result of recent Apple and Facebook investments in the community, where they (and other technical cos.still arriving) are establishing data centers.  It is the birthplace of Les Schwab Tire Center, Prineville’s largest employer.  It is flanked by several large resort communities, Brasada Ranch, Eagle Crest and Pronghorn.  Its climate is mild, with 11″ rainfall per year, between 9-14″ snowfall annually.  It borders Deschutes Co. represented by the cities of Bend (100,000 population, apprx 35 mi. away), Redmond (27,000, 18 mi.) and Sisters (a small arts & crafts community, 25 mi.).   Redmond is home to the region’s largest commercial airport.  Here are excellent links that capture the bigger picture of Prineville and Crook County.

 

For more info and to put you in contact with the listing agent in Oregon, send us an email or give us a call,  Thank you !

AHL Team

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