You can own this piece of Oregon history - McCaffrey Island is up for sale and was once home to relatives of the famous American pioneer and frontiersman, Daniel Boone.

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How Much Will It Cost You for a Private Island in Oregon?

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Privacy in the Pacific Northwest will come at a price of $750,000 - CASH ONLY. The private island is just over 5 miles upriver from the Pacific Ocean and Newport, Oregon. The home has sweeping 180 river views and was designed for family gatherings and events in mind.

Island life comes with a lot of benefits, walking trails, fruit trees, a large shop, crabbing, kayaking, fishing, swimming, and boating. There's plenty of room for family and guests with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, plus a barn for storage. It even comes with a tractor!

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Whether you live on the island full time or buy it as a vacation home - it truly is a one-of-a-kind property of the Pacific Northwest. It was also once an oyster farm, so I would imagine there are fresh oysters in this deal. It's listed by Freddy Saxton of Advantage Real Estate.  Keep scrolling and see what distant relatives of Daniel Boone once enjoyed - an amazing wilderness setting.

SEE HISTORIC OREGON PRIVATE ISLAND ONCE HOME TO THE DANIEL BOONE FAMILY

McCaffrey Island was once home to relatives of the famous American pioneer and frontiersman, Daniel Boone. The private island is just over 5 miles upriver from the Pacific Ocean and Newport, Oregon. This island home has amazing river views and is the perfect private getaway. Check out the photos below.

PEEK INSIDE Massive North Pasco River Estate Worth Nearly $2 Million Dollars

This home is truly a desert oasis – it has everything for enjoying the climate of Eastern Washington. It has just over 6,000 square feet of living space, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a beautiful pool, outdoor grilling/kitchen area, and sits on 1.45 acres of low-maintenance landscaping – giving more time for the owner to relax by the pool and take in the view of the river – which flows right by the front yard.