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52088 West Deschutes River, La Pine, OR    $479,900   

 3 bedrooms, 2 baths  1,801 square feet  .83 acres  mls # 201807129


Deschutes River frontage home in an incredible location downstream from Wickiup Dam.  Vintage 1801 sf, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on a .83 acre lot with views of the river from many rooms.  Large wraparound lower and upper private view decks.  Boat dock for kayaks and canoes.  Situated high above the river and not in a floodplain.  This is a retreat (no grocery stores around the corner).



Large vaulted living room with three large view windows and slider leading to back deck.  Wood stove on a rock hearth.  Kitchen with maple finish cabinets with pulls, dual stainless steel sinks, four burner GE oven range top, Frigidaire refrigerator, Kenmore dishwasher and extra storage cabinets with countertop.  Small dining area off the kitchen.  Across from the dining area are additional wall storage cabinets and drawers. Large vaulted master with huge slider leading to back deck, incredible river views and closet with mirrored doors.  Master bath with red oak finish cabinets, single vanity and tub shower.  Bedroom #2 with mirrored closet doors and peek view of the river.  Vaulted bedroom #3 is on the second level above a spiral staircase and has a huge rectangular window with river view.  There is also a door leading to a private deck overlooking the river.  Huge unfinished storage room off bedroom #3.  Guest bath with single vanity, storage cabinet medicine cabinet and shower only.  Large laundry room with built-in upper solid frame and red oak and maple cabinets.


Detached 1 bay garage with storage area, double door, cement floor and electric.   4 bay carport.  Extra storage space in rafters.  Metal roof installed over composition roof.

Additional Information:

Heated with wood stove and cadet heaters with thermostats.  New 50 gallon water heater installed about 3 years ago.  Septic installed in 1970’s, last inspected and pumped by Sheilds Septic about 3 years ago.  90 ft. well drilled in the 1950’s, water at 28 ft.  Shared well agreement with neighbor to the west (well located on neighbors property).  Last quality tested about 10 years ago.  Property dimensions are 110 ft. x 330 ft. and the lot goes down to the river’s edge.

Area Information: 

An outdoor paradise, this small Haner Park group of homes along the Deschutes River offers private and quiet living along the river.  If fishing, boating, kayaking or canoeing is your passion, you are about 1 mile from Wickiup Reservoir and minutes from other Cascade Lakes.  

Wickiup Reservoir:

This is one of Central Oregon's best wildlife viewing sites because it attracts such a variety of nesting and/or migrating birds.  The relatively shallow reservoir was dammed to store irrigation water that is managed by the North Unit Irrigation District.  The water level often lowers dramatically by October.  The easiest access for shoreline viewing is at recreation sites or along the 2.6-mile earthen dam.  The reservoir covers an area on the Deschutes River which was known as the Wickiup's.  It was a camping area for Native Americans during the fall.  Wickiup Dam was started in 1939, and was completed in 1949.  Wickiup Reservoir is very rich, highly productive, relatively warm water and cooler deep channels generate some of the finest fishing in Central Oregon. 

La Pine:

La Pine is a small frontier town nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, surrounded by open meadows, lakes and rivers.  Strikingly beautiful and with unparalleled access to the wonders of Central Oregon, La Pine is a community that is truly coming of age.  The friendly, inviting locals of La Pine boast the city as a vibrant place to live, work, and play.  Visitors often remark how quickly they feel at home here. Top-notch public services and an extensive calendar of community events offer something for everyone, all year round.  When it comes to outdoor activities, the La Pine State Park offers camping, hiking, skiing, bird watching, and more, in an exquisite subalpine forest setting.  The La Pine Park and Recreation district provides youth and adult classes and workshops on topics ranging from conservation to woodworking. Mountain peaks, majestic pines, clear rivers, and over 300 days of sunshine annually offers endless opportunities for outdoor enjoyment and recreation.  World-class hunting and fishing can be accessed within a few minutes’ drive of La Pine.






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