1899 Downtown North Powder Oregon commercial building with adjoing lots along the Oregon Trail. Former Odd Fellows hall has 1800 sqft on main level with 1800 sqft on 2nd floor. The attached concrete building from 1915 has over 2300 sqft on ground level. There is a one bedroom apartment on the 2nd floor.
This building has served many uses over its long history from serving as a hardware store to an antique store and has easy access to the I-84 freeway.
North Powder is within a half-hour drive to Anthony Lakes recreational area. In the summer you can find an abundance of hiking and fishing in the high lakes of the Elk Horn Mountains. In the winter enjoy snowmobiling and skiing on 1100 acres of left access runs and 30km of groomed nordic trails.
North Powder celebrates the arrival of the delicious wild huckleberry which grows in the surrounding mountains with its annual Huckleberry Festival.
North Powder is conviently located 20 miles from Baker City, Oregon, home of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center and 20 miles from LaGrande and Eastern Oregon University.