$2,750,000   •   708.98 Acres

708.98 acres Silver Spur North consists of 37 parcels total with 2 parcels totaling 103.5 acres zoned R1 and fronting on Old Hwy 97 allowing for future development. With development you get access to the Silver Spur amenities which includes full access to the lodge, pool, spa, gym, tennis courts, playground and riverfront beach access. There are 3 drilled wells and currently 6 RV sites with plenty of room for expansion. LandDeveloper Alert! Prime 708.98 Acres at Silver Spur North Seize the opportunity to own 708.98 acres of prime land at Silver Spur North, consisting of 35 parcels with incredible development potential. This expansive property includes two parcels totaling 103.5 acres zoned R1 Rural 1, fronting Old Hwy 97, perfect for future development projects. Property Highlights: Development Potential: With R1 Rural 1 zoning, these 103.5 acres are primed for residential development, providing a fantastic investment opportunity. Silver Spur Amenities: Gain access to exclusive Silver Spur amenities, including a lodge, pool, spa, gym, tennis courts, playground, and riverfront beach access. Infrastructure in Place: The property features 3 drilled wells and 6 RV sites, offering ample room for expansion. Additionally, an onsite gravel pit facilitates road building. Year-Round Recreation: Enjoy 300 days of sunshine annually, with proximity to Lone Point Cellars, Loup Loup Ski Bowl, Gamble Sands Golf Course, and numerous lakes and rivers for fishing. Stunning Views: The higher elevations of the property provide breathtaking views, a must-see for anyone looking to develop in a picturesque setting. Don’t miss this rare chance to invest in a versatile and scenic property with endless possibilities for development and recreation. Explore the potential of Silver Spur North today! ImprovementsHeave duty Metal Shop 40×100 with concrete floor and power doors open at both ends RecreationDeveloper Alert! Prime 708.98 Acres at Silver Spur North Seize the opportunity to own 708.98 acres of prime land at Silver Spur North, consisting of 35 parcels with incredible development potential. This expansive property includes two parcels totaling 103.5 acres zoned R1 Rural 1, fronting Old Hwy 97, perfect for future development projects. Property Highlights: Development Potential: With R1 Rural 1 zoning, these 103.5 acres are primed for residential development, providing a fantastic investment opportunity. Silver Spur Amenities: Gain access to exclusive Silver Spur amenities, including a lodge, pool, spa, gym, tennis courts, playground, and riverfront beach access. Infrastructure in Place: The property features 3 drilled wells and 6 RV sites, offering ample room for expansion. Additionally, an onsite gravel pit facilitates road building. Year-Round Recreation: Enjoy 300 days of sunshine annually, with proximity to Lone Point Cellars, Loup Loup Ski Bowl, Gamble Sands Golf Course, and numerous lakes and rivers for fishing. Stunning Views: The higher elevations of the property provide breathtaking views, a must-see for anyone looking to develop in a picturesque setting. Don’t miss this rare chance to invest in a versatile and scenic property with endless possibilities for development and recreation. Explore the potential of Silver Spur North today! AgricultureThere is approximately 100 + acres of pasture / hay ground General OperationsThere is potential for instant income from renting the six RV spots that have water and power to each of them. There is an opportunity grow some hay or lease out the 100 plus acre hay field that produces some great hay. The hay field was farmed for may years and just needs a little work to get it back in production and producing income. Region & ClimateBrewster, WA, experiences a pretty distinct climate with hot, dry summers and cold, snowy winters. Here’s a bit more detail: – **Summers:** Expect clear skies with temperatures usually ranging between 70°F to 90°F. It’s rare for the mercury to hit 99°F, but it can happen during a heatwave. – **Winters:** It gets quite cold, with temperatures often dropping to around 23°F. The coldest days can see temperatures plummet to about 10°F. Snowfall is common, and the skies are often partly cloudy. – **Year-Round Temperature Range:** The annual temperature swing is from about 23°F to 90°F, providing a significant contrast between the seasons. This variation offers a nice mix for those who enjoy both warm, sunny weather and the crispness of a snowy winter. If you’re into outdoor activities like hunting and fishing, Brewster’s climate gives you a full range of seasonal experiences. HistoryBrewster has an interesting history and a steady, agriculture-based economy: – **Location:** Situated in Okanogan County, Brewster lies at the confluence of the Columbia and Okanogan Rivers, which provides both scenic views and practical benefits for agriculture. – **Origins:** The town was originally called Bruster, named after its founder John W. Bruster, who platted it in 1896. The name was changed to Brewster when the post office opened in 1898. – **Incorporation:** Brewster officially became an incorporated town on April 29, 1910. – **Railway:** The completion of the Great Northern Railway’s Oroville-Wenatchee Branch Line in 1914 was a significant development, likely boosting local commerce and connectivity. – **Economy:** The local economy thrives on agriculture, particularly fruit orchards. This has supported gradual population growth, reaching nearly 2,500 residents. The combination of historical charm, agricultural prosperity, and natural beauty makes Brewster a unique and appealing small town in Washington State. LocationBrewster, Washington, is beautifully situated at the meeting point of the Columbia, Okanogan, and Methow Rivers, providing it with a unique and picturesque setting. Here are some highlights: – **Geography:** The town benefits from its location at the confluence of three rivers, which not only offers stunning views but also fertile land for agriculture. – **Scenic Backdrop:** To the west, the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Range create a breathtaking backdrop, with their foothills rolling down to meet the riverbanks. – **Agriculture:** The dramatic topography, with steep hills descending towards the rivers, creates an ideal microclimate for growing apples and cherries. Orchards thrive in this environment, surrounding the town and contributing to its economy. – **Natural Beauty:** The combination of river confluence, mountainous terrain, and lush orchards makes Brewster a visually striking location with a rich agricultural heritage. This blend of natural beauty and agricultural productivity makes Brewster a special place, perfect for those who appreciate both the outdoors and a strong community tied to the land.


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