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Onion Creek Retreat

Flora Road Private Drive : Colville, WA 98114

Stevens County, Washington

120 Acres
$479,500 USD
$3,996 / ac
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Ranch Description

120 acres with lots of big mature timber mostly fir. A couple acres have been cleared for grazing. There is a bubbling Artesian spring on the south end that could be used for livestock. Lots of wildlife from Whitetail, Moose, Black Bear, Elk and Mule Deer, Turkey plus many more. Multiple trails throughout great for trail riding. Don't miss the beautiful views across the valley looking up towards Canada, numerous places to build your

Land

120 acres covered in mature timber, 20ft easement, rolling to flat topo, Artesian Spring

Recreation

Great Hunting property loaded with Merriam Turkey Whitetail Deer, Moose, Selkirk Elk, Black Bear,

Agriculture

Property has been used for growing Timber predominantly Fir and some Pine.

Region & Climate

Climate and Average Weather Year Round in Colville Washington, United States. In Colville, the summers are short, warm, dry, and partly cloudy and the winters are freezing, snowy, and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 21 F to 89 F and is rarely below 6 F or above 98 F.

History

In 1825, Fort Colville, named for Lord Andrew Colville, a London governor of Hudson's Bay Company, was built at Kettle Falls, a few miles west of Colville. The fort functioned as the center of trade in the Northwest. A large farm supplied wheat, oats, barley, corn and potatoes to sustain the personnel at the fort.

Military Fort Colville had been established largely in the context of the Indian wars following the Walla Walla Council and Treaty of 1855, as well as the deadly encounters between Indians and the miners who flooded into the Colville region after four French Canadian former Hudson's Bay Company employees discovered.

It's nestled between Colville National Forest, the Columbia River and the Selkirk Mountains. It is approximately 70 miles north of Spokane and just 40 miles south of the Canadian border.

Colville is a city in Stevens County, Washington. The city had 4,917 residents as of 2020, according to the United States Census Bureau.

Location

Property is 25 minuets to the town of Colville

Airports

Colville Airport-63s

173A N Airport Dr Colville Municipal Airport

120 State Rte 20

Directions to Ranch

Follow Clugston Onion Creek Rd, go 11.5 miles to L on Flora Rd, go 0.8 miles to Turn R at 1964 Flora Rd & immediate R on to easement

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RANCHFLIP ID
330339
MLS / Internal / Other ID
150135
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