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$4,500,000   •   3,646 Acres
2 br /

The ranch consists of 3,646 acres with level to rolling topography and many natural amenities. The ranch has five different spring fed lakes most of which have steady water levels year round. Portions of the ranch are contiguous to thousands of acres of Public lands. The upper portion of the ranch has marketable timber and hidden valleys throughout that give way to green lush pastures and rock outcroppings. 3 acre Lake lot on Spectacle. Land The Ranch is an approximant five miles long x three miles wide. Soils very from gravel and sand to  lush green pastures to high mountain timberland and grazing ground. with the five different spring fed lakes the water continues to green the pastures up year around. 3 acre lot on spectacle lake for another home or club house Completely fenced  Mature timber Five  mountain Lakes New gravel roads  and great trail system underground power Three acre lot of no bank on Spectacle lake Numerous gold mines 2006 tax parcels Multiple springs Awesome views of the valley and mountains Endless hunting and recreation opportunities Improvements Beautiful Custom built home  1554 sqft  with 2  master bedrooms  & 2 full bathrooms. Granite counter tops, custom cabinets vaulted ceilings, jetted tub, on demand hot water laundry room, 2 car garage,  finished loft above garage  500 gallon underground propane tank Sturdy barn with apartment 1-bed  1 bath Livestock corrals Recreation Whisky Mountain Ranch has been well known for trophy Mule deer hunting. With its multiple lakes and high mountain timberland. The ranch lays within the Rocky Mountain Mule deer migration route as soon as the snow fly’s the big bucks make their way thru the ranch as they make their way. The ranch is also home to  Moose , Whitetail Deer, Black Bear, Wild Turkeys to name a few. The ranch has miles of dirt roads and trails through out you can enjoy year around with a true 4 seasons there’s always recreational opportunities available at your fingertips are plenty. Residents and visitors enjoy mountaineering, hiking, camping, hunting, mountain biking, or horseback riding.  The Okanogan  River offers activities such as swimming, jet-boating, river rafting, fishing, and kayaking. There are numerus fishing lakes nearby stocked with fish and most allow boats. Spectacle Lake Wannucut Lake Whitestone Lake Palmer Lake Blue Lake Chopaka lake fly fishing only Bowers Lake Okanogan river Agriculture Cattle can graze from spring to fall depending on weather Lots of big mature timber  Fir and Pine Lower pasture was tilled for crops years ago Property is fenced Watering troughs throughout property for livestock Easy access for loading and unloading Livestock Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Property does not have mineral rights or Water rights General Operations The current owners have  two cattle lease’s with a local cattle rancher that could be continued if you decide to do so. The barn has a one bedroom one bathroom apartment in it that could be renovated and used for a ranch hand or rent it out to Airbnb for extra income. Region & Climate The Climate is a true 4 seasons from cool spring weather and hot dry summers that give way to a cool down come fall and you can count on getting some snow in the late fall and  winter  it can get cold enough to freeze the lakes just in time for ice fishing. temperature typically varies from 22°F to 90°F and is rarely below 8°F or above 98°F.  History Okanogan was used for thousands of years as a camping ground and fishing area by the Southern Okanogan Tribe, also known as the Sinkaietk or Uknaqinx, as well as by several other tribes of the mid-Columbia. Steelhead and salmon runs were plentiful on the Okanogan River. The Okanogan River was also well known to fur traders and other early non-Indian explorers in the early 1800s. 1n 1833. Farms, Orchards, and a Town However, by around 1900, the mining fever was cooling off and settlers began turning their eye to another kind of gold — agricultural bottomlands. People began to realize that, with the addition of irrigation water, the Okanogan Valley could be rich orchard land and farmland. In 1905, the Okanogan Irrigation Project was approved by the U.S. Department of the Interior, making it the first U.S. Reclamation Service project in the state. Contracts were let in 1906. Pioneer entrepreneurs began platting future town sites to serve what they envisioned as a bustling agricultural valley. Location The ranch is located in a peaceful country setting and only 6 miles from Tonasket. Follow winding road past the Okanogan river up the hill past the beautiful  Whitestone lake you will just start to see Spectacle lake before you turn  on to Wannacut lake road. the custom built home sits on a perch over looking the vast valley floor and the surrounding mountains the only sounds you will hear are the birds  singing during the day and the crickets chirping at night. There is very minimal  artificial light that allows for some amazing star gazing as you sit on your patio feeling relaxed taking it all in.


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Hayden Outdoors
Hayden Outdoors
Hayden Outdoors
Hayden Outdoors

Office: 970-674-1990
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