The North 280 Timber Tract is a great opportunity to acquire prime timberland in the Grouse Flats Area of Southeast Washington. This proeprty appears to be a phenomenal growing site with a significant stocking of merchantable timber with a strong composition of desirable species. No timber cruise is available and all prospective buyers must do their own due dilligence related to timber harvest and value.
The Grouse Flats Area is a remote corner of the world on the edges of the Wenaha-Tucanon Wilderness Area. The property is located in Garfield County of Washington but is primarily accessed through Oregon above the town of Troy. Troy is often looked at as an outpost versus a town and sees most of its economic value from hunters, fisherman, rafters, and agriculture. Bordering the North 280 Timber Tract is the Grouse Flats Wildlife Area, the United States Forest Service, and other private landowners.
There is no legal access to the North 280 Timber Tract. However, physical access comes through a neighboring landowner who has traded access for the grazing rights on the subject property. This has worked well for both parties the past several decades. The property is guarded by locked gates and is not accessible without the listing agent present. Do not try to view the property without the listing agent present.
This is a great opportunity to purchase a well-stocked timbered parcel in a very desirable area. Contact the listing agent to schedule a showing today. All prospective buyers must show verifiable proof of financial capabilty to puchase this property before allowed entry.