This is a very unique and beautiful property located approximately 30 - 35 miles northeast of Burns, OR. It joins the Malheur National Forest on the west side and also joins the blm on two sides. THere is some BLM fenced into the property and the buyer can talk to the BLM about using that for a fee. The other adjoining peropty is owned by a local rancher. The perimeter of the property is fenced but includes the one area of BLM on the east side. The BLM is not fenced out. This property has lots of trees and mahogany on it. There are a lot of pine trees. About 12 to 15 years ago the owners logged this property and felt that they left about $100K worth of timber. There are a lot of trees that will be merchantable several years from now. There are a lot of juniper trees in some areas. There are several springs on the property. The Dietrich Spring waters a small meadow surrounded by timber and quaking aspen trees. It is a beautiful spot. There is a small pond, possibly one to two acres, north of the meadow. Every spring has a small watrhold. This is a great area for elk and deer. There are no improvements on the land, but there are many sites for a cabin or a home. The property would be hard to access in the winter due to the snow. The best access to the property is through the Forest Service.