Buckhorn Mountain Ranch, Washington
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
Spectacular recreational and agricultural asset. 1,127 acres has mountains, timber, alfalfa fields and bottomland grazing. 2.7 miles borders on thousands of Forest Service and State land acres. Prime deer hunting.
Ever-present whitetail and mule deer make bagging your limit nearly a guarantee. Predator hunting opportunities as well.
Four year-round creeks. One year-round spring.
Incredible mountain and valley views.
Fenced pastures make a great environment for horses and cattle. 115 acres alfalfa. Approximately 400 acres in agriculture.
Forested wonderland with 450 acres merchantable timber, approximately 4,000 mbf of douglas fir.
Crossed entirely by well-maintained gravel roads that make the entire property simple to access and a great opportunity for horseback riding, dirt biking, quads, snowmobiles, skiing, hiking and bicycling too!
Potential location for airstrip.
Was leased for gold exploration up to the end of 2017. Gold has been panned from the creeks.
There are twenty-two contiguous parcels with unique parcel numbers. Most are either in ag or forestry tax classification but some are residential. Most are zoned residential but some are commercial industrial with many allowed uses. Buyer to sign ag or forestry tax continuance at closing or pay back taxes. Sample forms available.
Okanogan County and Northcentral Washington State offer multiple outdoor recreational opportunities around every corner. Truly something for everyone!
Year-round access from paved, county maintained Chesaw Road on the westernmost parcel. The road has residential power lines available to access.
Five minutes to Chesaw for supplies, restaurant/tavern and the world famous Chesaw Rodeo. 3 hr 40 min to Spokane International Airport. 35 minutes to Oroville for shopping and services.