Grande Ronde River Legacy Ranch, Washington
Property Types: Vacant Land, Ranches, Waterfront, Home, Cabin, Recreational

$6,200,000 / 2,685 Acres / Available
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Property Summary

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Anatone, WA
Asotin County
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Vacant Land, Ranches, Waterfront, Home, Cabin, Recreational
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1.3+ miles of deeded frontage to Grande Ronde River.

Activities & Amenities

ATV/Off Road
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Hunting - Big Game
Hunting - Predator/Varmint
Hunting - Small Game
Hunting - Turkey
Hunting - Upland Birds
Hunting - Waterfowl
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Mineral Rights
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  • Detached Garage
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Property Description

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The Sunrise Ranch presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a 2,684.75+- acre legacy ranch with 1.3+- miles of Grande Ronde River frontage. Without leaving the property, you can hunt trophy mule deer and reel in monster steelhead, rainbow trout, salmon, and smallmouth bass in the same day.  A beautiful custom built home overlooks the breathtaking scenery of this ranch and sits on a secluded spot out of sight from the public. Unencumbered by public roads, privacy to the Sunrise Ranch that is unparalleled. See this ranch in-person and you will understand why it has been held by the same owner for over 42 years.

Within approximately an hour's drive of the property are the towns of Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA offering all the amenities needed including a commercial airport. Located 11 miles away, the small community of Anatone, WA offers a restaurant. The Sunrise Ranch is remotely located at the end of the Shoemaker Grade Road at an area known as “The Hole in the Wall”. The Hole in the Wall is a hole chipped out of a cliff used for cars to access a bridge that existed until the 1940’s. The ranch is neighbored by BLM lands, the Field Springs State Park, and the Shumaker Wildlife Area. The Grande Ronde River is famous with fisherman from throughout the world. Drift boats and rafts occupy the river nearly year-round and spring flows entice many jetboats as well. Explore the canyons and you will discover remnants of first homesteads, horse drawn farm equipment, and the occasional arrowhead showing the rich history this area has to tell.

Locked gates and nearly 1.5 miles of driveway isolate the improvements of the ranch ensuring privacy. Once you arrive at headquarters, the quality and care of the improvements really stands out. The main house is a custom built 2,732 sq.ft. home with two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and an office. The main home was built in 2008 with a high quality of craftsmanship with many luxuries including a walk-in gun safe, stonework, a custom engraved front door, a large deck with a hot-tub, and much more. Complementing the main house is an 1,100 sq.ft. guest house with an additional two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The other structures include an exercise room, wine cellar, detached garage, two shops, a historic barn with a tack room, horse facilities, and storage sheds. The property is on the power grid with support of on-site backup generators. Sleep in peace knowing a wildfire prevention system is in place that can be activated remotely from a smartphone or tablet.

The hunting and fishing opportunities are abundant. According to “The Grande Ronde River is a nationally renowned sport fishery, one of the top three in the region. The mainstem and its major tributaries provide spawning and rearing habitat for wild and hatchery stock of spring Chinook, fall Chinook, summer steelhead and rainbow trout. Fishing is excellent even late in season after water levels have receded”. Bass fishing is known to be good on the ranch as well. According to the Seller, “mule deer, whitetail, and chukars regularly die of old age on this ranch”. Bighorn sheep, Hungarian partridges, grouse, black bear, coyotes, rocky mountain elk, and mountain lions are found in this wild country. Interior roads make this ranch accessible for your hunting and fishing adventures.

To purchase this legacy ranch is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Trying to find a property on the market similar to the Sunrise Ranch is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Schedule an appointment today.

*All potential buyers must show verifiable proof of funds to view this property as required by the Seller.

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