440 Acres, Offered Individually at $380,000
An attractive and accessible series of Alpine-like meadows with a sprinkling of Pine trees on the south (upper) end of the property. An original homestead with remnants of original buildings, at one time Sugarman held a 10-acre high-elevation Bing Cherry orchard. From season to season a sub-irrigated marshy area shows off wild roses and attracts unique and diverse species of birds. With areas of rich topsoil, some acreage is currently farmed for canola, sunflowers and wheat. The property has relatively permanent populations of Mule deer and multiple game bird species. It also attracts multitudes of migratory birds over the course of a season. The entrance crosses Washington State Game Dept land via an established easement from a well-maintained Douglas County road to offer privacy yet convenient access, roughly 20 easy minutes to Hwy 97. This would be a beautiful place for a residence or getaway cabin and dovetails gracefully with apprx 1000 acres of WDFW land contiguous with the other two private properties also offered at this time. Either alone as a beautiful residence or combined with the other Cascade View properties this is a one-in-a-lifetime purchase opportunity. It would also offer a unique high-elevation Cherry location to the resourceful ag developer. Fantastic land appreciation play.
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