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Sassin Station Ranch - $1,900,000
Lincoln County, Sprague, Washington

Location: Located in Lincoln County, Washington, between Edwall and Sprague, only a 45-minute commute northeast by car to Spokane, Washington. Lincoln County lies on the channeled Scablands, also known as the Big Bend Plateau, which is made up of a system of channels eroded into the bedrock by glacial rivers and streams which flow from the northeastern corner of the state. It lies between 1,500-2,500 feet above sea level, and the terrain remains quite level throughout. The entire area lies in the dry intermontane basin between the Cascades and the Rocky Mountain System, where weather conditions range from arid to semi-arid. Annual rainfall is between 10-20 inches, which plays a major factor in the area’s agriculture. Lincoln County is considered the second-largest producer of wheat in the United States, sometimes producing 25 million bushels per year, using a summer-fallow harvest method.

Acreage: The ranch consists of 419+/- deeded acres, 150+/- of which are sub-irrigated hay ground. The seller has regularly performed three cuttings per year, producing an average of 600 tons. This year they produced a whopping 750 tons! The owners have regularly run 30 pair cattle as well as horses. There are multiple water sources on the property. Rock Creek flows through the ranch year-round, and the property also features a large 200×200’ spring-fed pond. Water rights to the spring are included in the sale.

Home/Buildings: This log home was originally built as a stagecoach stop, a rustic station where the coach would stop to refresh their team of horses, drivers, and passengers. You can see and feel the rich Old West history in this immaculately maintained historic log home surrounded by picturesque gardens. The home is 2,500+/- sq ft, with a 1,000+/- sq ft two-car garage. The home has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, lots of hardwood, and an wood fireplace. There are multiple outbuildings on the property, including a 20×80’ hay barn and a 30×60’ shop.

Recreation: Plenty of opportunities for game hunting, including moose, elk, deer, wild turkey, pheasants, quail, and doves. There have been sightings of owls and blue heron on the property as well. Fishing in Rock Creek is also a possibility.

 

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John Knipe

John Knipe

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