Welcome to 12932 Highway 234 located in beautiful Southern Oregon.…
1182 Frank Hill Road, Ashland, OR 97520
A peaceful and private 3.32-acre country setting just minutes from downtown Ashland. Expansive views of lush valleys and the beautiful surrounding mountains complement the well-designed 1,952 Sq Ft home. Fully irrigated (District Water) and partially fenced, this property provides desirable opportunities for gardening, 4H projects, horses, or other animals.
The 3 bed, 2 bath home, constructed in 2012, is bright and airy, with spacious vaulted ceilings and great views. The open concept living space leads to the island kitchen, accentuated by granite countertops, stainless appliances, and walk-in pantry. The flow of the floorplan makes this space ideal for families and entertaining. At the opposite end of the home is the expansive master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet. Adjacent to the master suite is the home office space (could be a fourth bedroom or nursery). The two guest bedrooms are well suited for a growing family, or as hobby or craft rooms.
The 684 Sq. Ft. two-car garage is well-appointed with a workspace and ample storage. The home has central heating and air, cement board siding, a lovely deck that overlooks the property and takes in the great views and much more. Outbuildings include a barn, a modest shop with storage space, and a garden shed. 60 GPM well for domestic use and 3.32 acres of water rights from Talent Irrigation District for irrigation. On-site, there is a dedicated RV parking space. There are fruit trees, a garden area, and rolling pasture. Ashland and the greater Southern Oregon area is renowned for outdoor recreation, intense natural beauty, and is an international wine and culture destination.
This property offers the discerning buyer a great turn-key home and property that is both usable and private, all while being just minutes from the rich culture and great recreational opportunities of Ashland and the greater Southern Oregon region. Centrally located on the I-5 corridor, between the San Francisco Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest metropolitan areas of Portland and Seattle, with four distinct seasons and mild winters, the climate is known as one of the most enjoyable in North America.