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$3,995,000   •   3,252 Acres
2 br / 1 ba /

Horseshoe lake River Ranch. .Five named lakes & two miles of river frontage on the Okanogan River . Great fishing Sockeye & Chinook salmon, Small-mouth Bass, and Rainbow Trout, to name a few. A good variety of mature timber, Pine, Red Fir, and Quaking Aspen groves allow for some excellent wildlife habitat. Mule deer, Whitetail deer, Black, Moose Topography is flat with grassy meadows to rolling sage & timber ground with many level benches, Land 3252 Acres 175 Acres Farmed 60 acres in hay, Five named lakes on the property, the most significant being Horseshoe lake. The lower meadows are lush and grassy and border the Okanogan River and Horseshoe lake with excellent soils for growing. The upper ranch is a variety of rolling hills and numerous flat benches covered in sagebrush and mature Timber,  The cattle can graze from May until October depending on the moisture in the soil Improvements There is an older one story home currently occupied by the care taker. Property is  all fenced  for cattle. Recreation Horseshoe Lake River Ranch, Has many recreation opportunities everything from Fishing for Salmon, and Trout to Hunting Mule Deer, White Tail Deer, Turkeys, Pheasants, Grouse, Black Bear, Other activities are Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, canoeing Horseback riding, Hiking, bird watching,   and  ATV riding. Agriculture Horseshoe Lake River Ranch. is currently leasing the upper ranch to a cattle farmer who runs unto 700 head of cattle during the summer grazing season lots of rich green grass for them to eat and get fattened up before winter sets in. The upper Ranch has a substantial  amount of large Mature  trees from Loge pole pine , Red Fir and quaking Aspens The Lower Ranch around Horseshoe Lake and the Okanagan River  is approximately 175 acres of fertile sandy soils about 60 acres in  non irrigated hay production. Cattle are often pastured after the hay is cut. there is also a large amount of trees in the lowlands. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources One acre foot of domestic and stock watering rights 13 gallons per minute from Well General Operations The upper ranch is currently leased for $5800 per grazing season. The Ranch Produces approximant three cuttings per 1.5 to 2.5 Tons of hay per year depending on the weather and moisture Region & Climate Oroville  Washington gets 14 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Oroville  averages 63 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year. On average, there are 187 sunny days per year in Oroville The US average is 205 sunny days. Oroville WA  gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 96 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least .01 inches on the ground to measure. Weather Highlights Summer High: the July high is around 86 degrees Winter Low: the January low is 21 Rain: averages 14 inches of rain a year Snow: averages 63 inches of snow a year History Oroville Established at the west end of the Okanogan Highlands as “Oro” in 1892 and renamed “Oroville” in 1909, this small community owes its name to its gold mining, panning and dredging history. The historic towns of Nighthawk, Molson, and Chesaw are nearby. Some gold is still extracted along the Similkameen River, which flows into Okanogan river; the nearby Buckhorn Mountain gold mine produces 123 thousands ounces of gold annually. The local economy relies primarily on agriculture (apples, cherries, grapes and other fruit) sustained through irrigation. Farmers’ markets, fruit stands, a brewery and three local wineries offer local home-grown products. The surrounding countryside of hills, mountains, rivers, lakes and forests hosts various fruit orchards, public lands and trails. Oroville is an amazing place to take your kids to swim in Lake Osoyoos. Location Located in the North Central  Okanogan Highlands of Washington State Just minuets to the Canadian Boarder crossing. Oroville has a population of   1,842 (2020) Air Transportation Private Air Charter from Oroville’s “Dorothy Scott Airport” CATLIN FLYING SERVICE – – – –  – – -(866) 445-2359 Commercial Air Transportation Kelowna, BC – 2:30 hours north Penticton, BC – 1 hour north Wenatchee, WA – Pangborn Field, 2:45 hours south. Spokane, WA (GEG) –  4 hours east. Seattle-Tacoma (SEA-TAC) – 5:30 hours west


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors
Hayden Outdoors

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