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Owner Finance: $12900 down, then $830/Month for 5 years.
(Plus $26/Month service fee and $2.90/Month property tax)
Cash Discounted Price: $49,900
Deposit: $900 non-refundable deposit secures this property. Deposit will be counted toward purchase price.
Title of Property: Title will be delivered FREE and CLEAR once property has been paid in full. This property has current owner’s title insurance.
This property is one of 42 contiguous parcels (891.93 Acres). Please send us a message to see the rest of the available lots to choose from. (Up to 160 acres)
Enjoy excellent access year round and own a Southern sloping parcel surrounded by mountain views along with the full experience of the afternoon sunlight. A seasonal riverine system partially flows through your property which allow the best potential for well drilling should you ever want one. You have a road easement in place that allows you access and to run utilities from the power lines on Mclaughlin Canyon rd.
There is no end to enjoyment of the immediate natural area. On the larger property, we’ve created easements allowing all properties to enjoy direct access to 768 Acres of huntable public lands to the North. Camping with tent or RV is permitted year-round.
To get into town simply head out the main gate and take the canyon road towards Tonasket, the charming nearby town. This short 15 minute drive is truly epic as you get glimpses of the serene Okanogan River between distinguished rock formations which reveals itself as you approach the main highway. Tonasket has the expected stores, schools, and restaurants, and hotels you would expect from a small town and for everything you cant find, the city of Omak is 30 minutes South on the highway.
Gps: 48.63868, -119.42376
Size: 19.88 Acres
Dimension: 1325 ft x 647 ft
Parcel Number: 3627111009
Title: Free & Clear, Special Warranty Deed
Zoning: Undeveloped land Agricultural Current Use
Terrain: Slightly sloped, Partial wash cutting across from East to West at the Northern end, intermittently rocky
Taxes: $33.44 per year
Road: County Maintained Road To Dirt Road (Easement in place)
Electricity: Utility easements are in place to the power lines located along Mclaughlin County Rd and provided by Okanogan Public Utility District. Call for cost estimates of getting power to your property. 509-422-3310
Water: Water Delivery Pro Guys Call 888-739-4293
Sewer: need septic tank
Internet: Starlink Satellite Internet
Trees: One large pine tree in the center, a smaller one located in the South East corner.
FEMA Flood Zone: No Fema data for this area this property has a partial R4sbc seasonal riverine system running through it.
RVs: No restrictions on RVs tabbed for road use, permanent placement requires permitting through the County
Mobile Homes: Mobile homes allowed with permitting
Camping: No restrictions on camping
City Limit: Property is Outside of city limits of Tonasket, Wa
Legal: W1/2 NW Ne
– No Hoa
– Livestock is permitted on the property.
– No Minimum building size, building permit required.
– No restrictions on camping
– Satellite internet services: Provided by Hughes Net & Viasat
– Excellent cell reception allows for cellular hotspot internet services
– Curbside Trash Service: by Upper Valley Disposal Call (509) 476-3910
– Tonasket School District : Elementary, Middle School, & High School
– Nearby College: Wenatchee Valley College
Highlights of the area and things to do
Hunting & fishing
This property is located in the District 6 Game Management Unit (Gmu) 204, And has direct access to 758 Acres of BLM land. District 6 supports perhaps the largest migratory mule deer herd in the state, and Okanogan County has long been prized by hunters for its mule deer hunting opportunity. The district also supports significant numbers of white-tailed deer, particularly in GMUs 204 and 215. The District 6 deer management objective is for stable to modestly increasing populations within the social tolerance limits for nuisance and damage issues. Okanogan County District 6 Hunting Prospects Guide is available on our website listings.
Not only deer, black bears have also been seen on this property and Golden Eagles nest among the trees and rocky bluffs year round. Okanogan County boasts high numbers of butterflies and over 200 species of birds and this is due to ideal natural habitats and waterways in your immediate area.
Traverse truly unique terrain sculpted by glaciers and volcanic activity with a wide variety of climate conditions such as dry, warm summer days from Southern winds to colder arctic air flowing South from Canada. If you’re a hunter who prefers a variety of experiences all in one place you’ll find every trip to the field memorable.
Obtaining a license to hunt is a straight forward process in Washington. There is no minimum or maximum age however, hunters born after 1972 will require a hunting education class and children under 8 are required to take an in-person field skills evaluation for a nominal fee. Those with disabilities can obtain licenses and tags at a reduced rate.
For more information please take a look at the Tonasket & Okanogan County Hunting Information report we’ve put together which includes links to the 2020 Washington Guides for Big Game, Fishing, Birds & Small Game. To view the guide send us a message or visit the listings on our site.
Lakes and rivers
The Okanogan river spans 115 miles south towards the Columbia river system which feeds West into Lake Pateros and East towards the Grand Coulee Dam. Along the way you have many lakes to choose from including the Conconully Reservoir, Lake Omak, and hundreds of additional smaller lakes waiting to be explored.
Just 20 minutes North visit Osoyoos Lake which exists on the border of Washington and British Columbia. Maritime activities like boating, waterskiing, and fishing are available as well as many hotels and resorts.
You’re never far from adventure.
Hiking and Photography
Less than an hour away you have over 18 major trailheads and 20 mountain peaks to conquer. Most notable being Mount Baldy in BC, Chopaka Mountain, and Moses Mountain. 3 nearby wildlife areas are also perfect for photography opportunities or for any day trip you have in mind.
You have 5 nearby ski runs with in an hour drive to choose from and a little farther to the North premiere Canadian skiing and snowboarding awaits.
If you’re more into ATVs and Snowmobiles you can do that too, theres rental agencies that deliver and 400 miles of groomed trails within the county. Okanogan Snowmobile Guide
Nearby Cities & Points of Interest
15 Minutes to Tonasket, Wa
36 minutes to Sinlaheken Wildlife Area
30 minutes to Omak City
44 minutes to Omak Lake
38 minutes to Conconully Lake
38 minutes to Lake Osoyoos and Canadian Border
32 minutes to Wenatchee Valley College North
30 minutes to Walmart Supercenter
1 hour to Loup Ski Bowl
40 minutes to Bannon Mountain Trailhead
48 minutes to Fourth of July Trailhead
1 hour 43 minutes to North Cascades Heli Skiing
37 minutes to Okanogan Valley Golf Club
3 hours 10 minutes to Spokane, WA & GEG International Airport
How to Find the Land:
Copy and paste 48.63875, -119.42366 into Google Maps on your computer or smartphone:
Southwest Corner: 48.637, -119.42489
Southeast Corner: 48.63694, -119.42229
Northwest Corner: 48.64061, -119.4249
Northeast Corner: 48.64055, -119.42235
How to arrange a visit to the property?
You are welcome to visit a property anytime you like.
Just Contact us to schedule a time so that we can be sure the property is still available before you drive out to it. We operate an eCommerce land business, and we typically do not accompany property visits.
Directions From Tonasket, WA
– Head South on US Highway 97 for 4.2 miles
– Turn Left onto McLaughlin Canyon Rd.
– Stay on McLaughlin Canyon Rd. for 3.9 miles
– Your destination will be on the left after you pass the residence with address 349 McLaughin Canyon Rd.
Pass through the metal swinging gate and up the dirt road to the designated coordinates.