Huntington House Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, 3 full bathroom, with basement sleeps up to 12
Welcome to the original 'Ranch House.' Come relax in the peaceful setting of a historic cattle ranch that rests along the Burnt River, approximately one quarter mile west of the Snake River. This unique property has been a family treasure since the 1940s and holds a dear place in our hearts. We would like to share our property and hope others enjoy it as much as we do. Whether you are seeking a relaxing vacation to get away from the city and enjoy the stars or you are a fisherman or water enthusiast, this is the place for you.
Property Details:: ~ Sleeps 2-10
~ 4 Bedrooms
~ 3 Full Bathrooms
Master Suite :king bed and full sofa sleeper, attached bathroom
The Photo Room- Queen bed
The Record Room- Double bed and twin bunk beds
The Purple Room- Queen bed and one twin bed
~ Full open basement with plenty of room for more sleeping areas
~ Central Air and Heat
~ Cozy Living Area with board games, large TV/DVD player, surround sound, with a variety of DVDs
~ Fully Furnished Kitchen with coffee pot, toaster, microwave, and everything you would need to cook meals.
~Recreation area in basement with ping pong table
~ Large dining room with great views of the scenic mountains
~ Large Deck for endless star gazing.
~ Charcoal BBQ
~ The property is less than one mile from the Spring Park boat launch and five miles from Farewell Bend on the Snake River.
~ One mile from the small town of Huntington, Oregon
~ RV and boat trailer parking
~ The Snake River Recreation Area is great for hiking, exploring, hunting, fishing, boating, swimming, star gazing, wildlife watching, and lounging. Our ranch is also a perfect spot to just get away from it all. Creative artists, such as painters and writers would appreciate the solitude, serenity, and peacefulness of our ranch estate.
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
My family has owned the Ranch property since the 1940s. From that time up until just a few years ago it is was a working cattle ranch. As a family we hope to continue the tradition of having family gathering and reunions at the property. During the times we are not using the property, as a family, we have decided to share it with others so they can experience not only a piece of our family's history, but get a sense of the true rural eastern Oregon lifeways.
You can unplug, 'get off the grid', and experience a peacefulness that you might have forgotten that exists in this bustling and techy world that we now live in. You might have forgotten how many stars are in the sky. You might not know that the coyotes howl at 4 am or the birds wake you up every morning at 7 am. Did you know that the deer graze along the fields and mountain sides at dusk? See photos if you don't believe me.
Living in the city for so long, you might want to get back to a more peaceful time and that is why I say, take a step back in time and experience what life was like before our world got so loud and busy.