An in-person interview with Cate O'Hagan, owner of Southern Eagle Ranch, aka Rancho Relaxo, a 60+ acre parcel of the original Edgington Family Homestead in Central Oregon.
This property becomes Rancho Relaxo when the chores are done, or none are pressing. It’s coffee on one of the decks, barbecues with friends, musing by the pond, playing frisbee, or whatever strikes your fancy.
There’s more to this property than being a peaceful retreat and get away from daily life, as well as a property where one can have farm animals, horses, and an art studio. Owning a tree farm includes stewardship. The 60 acres of land adjacent to the public forest, with water and in the urban-rural interface make this a significant piece of property in the ecosystem.
This property is situated at the foot of the Three Sisters mountains, borders the Deschutes National Forest and is mere minutes from downtown Sisters, Oregon.
View the North, Middle & South Sisters in the Cascade Mountain Range and striking sunsets from the welcoming front deck surrounded by lush landscaping and volcanic rock outcroppings.
Bordering National Forest Land, ride your horses for miles and miles from your property; grow your own hay with 5.6 acres of irrigation rights. Corral your horses and provide shelter with the historic Edgington Ranch log pole barn and included fencing panels.
Multiple buildings accommodate your every need with the main house, studio, garage/shop, storage building, and pole barn.
Learn more at RanchoRelaxoSisters.com