Hines OR Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Hines, OR is $106,358.
the county median home value of $114,800.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Hines, OR is $106,358.
Approximately 54.97% of Hines homes are owned,
compared to 38.32% rented, while
6.71% are vacant.
Hines real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Hines real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
MOTIVATED SELLER! PRICED REDUCED! Since 1st put on market, home is cleared out. 1176sf.home/seller in the process of remodeling into a commercial business decided to sell as is. New tongue/grove ceiling front room/sanded wood floors/ Needs more work,chance to buy @ reduced price/Great Rd frontage. Full daylight basement with lots of extra room. Newer furnace/duct work installed/two car detached garage/shop. Corner lot.
The O'Malley Homestead is a gorgeous property that stretches for 2 +/- miles as a crow flies on both sides of the meandering Silvies river. It encompasses 872 +/- acres of which the majority are meadows that are irrigated by the Hamilton diversion dam and canals. This ranch was homesteaded at the turn of the century by the Hamilton's and the O'Malley's. Old barns and a set of corrals are all that are left to remember those who lived a very tough but blessed life. It is a special place to recreate or run cattle. It is very secluded and offers end of the road privacy. Listing Agents are owners of this ranch.
The Emigrant Creek ranch is 512 +/- acres of special property that envelopes both sides of the Silves River for over 2 miles as a crow flies. It also includes the mouth of emigrant creek which provides additional stream flow and excellent trout fishing. Many species find this magical habitat home including deer, elk, bald eagles, osprey and turkeys. The rims that line both sides of this magnificent property are inspiring. This is a very private property which provides solitary access to miles of the Silvies river that is federally owned. Listing Agents are owners of this ranch.
The Ches Mace ranch is a 640 acre tract that is surrounded by Bureau of Land Management land. This parcel would allow a new owner access to thousands of acres of Federal land. Several year round springs provide flow to a small creek that meanders through most of the property. This beautiful part of Harney County provides habitat for deer, elk, antelope, quail and chuckers. The Mace ranch qualifies for two land owner preference tags for both deer and elk. This property has been in the same family for over nine decades. It is a great offering for anyone wanting a very private place to recreate in eastern Oregon. Listing Agents are also owners of this ranch.
Drinkwater Ranch The Drinkwater Ranch is comprised of 570 +/- acres and was homesteaded at the turn of the century and has been in the same family for almost 9 decades. The ranch house was built in 1910 and still stands today due to construction out of native large stone. It is mostly meadow ground that is surface irrigated through canals and laterals with the water coming from the Drinkwater dam and the Silvies river which meanders through it for 2 +/- miles. A nice string of rainbow trout can be caught while admiring God's creation. It is a pristine magical place. Deer and elk are seen year round. Quail, ducks and canadian geese also use the prime habitat to rear their young. This is a special end of the road property with privacy and beauty.
The Dole Smith Ranch The 986 acre Dole Smith Ranch was homesteaded at the turn of the last century. The small cabin where Dole lived was moved to its current location in the 1930's. While it is just a landmark now the location is a prime spot for a cabin with several perennial springs providing water to Smith creek that runs year round. Deer and elk frequent this ranch. This parcel qualifies for two LOP deer and elk tags. The upper portion of the property features pine draws and mountain mahogany. This ranch is being sold with BLM AUM's that also gives access to thousands of acres of Federal land. Lease is renegotiable on closing. Listing Agents are owners of this ranch.
Very remote ranch outside of Burns, Oregon. Also offered are five smaller ranches that make up Smith Brothers Ranch. More info can be found at the landandwildlife website. Listing agents are also owners of this property.
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