Interested parties should contact our agents by email Justin Donovan (Justin.Ashlandhomes@gmail.com) and Michaela Donovan (michaela.Ashlandhomes@gmail.com) , or call them at 1.541.890.6673
This home has the feature of being within walking distance of downtown, yet it has privacy on its own knoll not right next to other homes. Steel beam supports were driven into the rock.
We overlook Ashland Creek in the 99-acre
Lithia Park [http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/ashland/lit.htm]
and are on a foothill of the 1.8 million-acre
Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest [http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/rogue-siskiyou/]
which extends to the Pacific Ocean. Hiking and biking trails are just a few steps away.
One mile walk through or along Lithia Park into downtown Ashland
Last house on Granite at the foot of the Siskiyou mountains, a National forest
House is on 0.58 acres, on a hill overlooking Ashland Creek and Lithia Park, giving extreme privacy without seclusion from town. The hill puts the home well out of the 100-year flood plain level. We are in Ashland City limits, and we have all standard utilities, including City water, gas and electric (all underground wires) services.