Tilton River Home and Acreage – Sold



Knipe Land North

Property Description

Tilton River Home and Acreage is surrounded by beautiful views of seemingly never-ending forests, and clear mountain air, this property has endless outdoor possibilities. Located near the nationally recognized White Pass Scenic Byway.  An area noted as “The Playground of Volcano Country, this 124-mile corridor US Highway 12, passes through small communities, resource lands, river valleys, foothills and alpine county. For many visitors, from within the region or around the world, the byway is a route for exploring Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens and Mount Adams.

Additionally, the property is 75± miles south of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.


The Tilton River fronts this 4.43±-acre property. The land is partially fenced with a garden area, fruit trees, and pasture. It is secluded, on a quiet country road off Highway 7.


The 2,372± sf single level home features 4 bedrooms and 2 ½ bathrooms. Some furnishings will be left in the house for the buyer.  Or can remove before closing. The house is wired for a generator with switch gear, but no generator is included. The heat pump and furnace were replaced in the last year. This property also has a 28′ x 36’± shop, a 10′ X 11’± chicken coop, 20′ X 12’± canopy/loafing shed, 7′ 9″ X 15’± greenhouse by SunGlo that is wired with a fan, and 24′ X 30’± covered parking.


The Tilton River is known to be a popular Salmon and Steelhead fishing destination.  The Tilton River is a tributary of the Cowlitz River. Named for territorial surveyor James Tilton, it flows for about 29 miles, entirely within Lewis County.  And with Mount Rainier National Park and Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument within an hour’s drive, it’s a land nationally recognized for its outstanding natural appeal.

Wildlife watching is a big deal in the Morton area. You may see elk grazing, Bald Eagles, and catch evidence of beavers making their dams. The nearby “Big Bottom Valley” is a wide river plain with the Cowlitz River winding through rich farmland and riparian areas. Fields in this area are often filled with elk that graze in the bottomland.  This is a great area for recreation and adventure with beautiful views.

John Knipe
, Broker

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