Property available in WA state

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by cast iron, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. cast iron

    cast iron Well-Known Member

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    Came across this the other day. This area of the state is really nice. It's on the lake and even comes with its own campground! :)

    Check out the pictures under the menus in the side bar.

    Could never afford it, but it's nice to dream....

    http://www.riffelakeproperty.com/PropertyInfo.htm
     
  2. mama2littleman

    mama2littleman El Paso

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    The property looks beautiful, but the price about gave me a heart attack!

    Nikki
     

  3. mrglock27

    mrglock27 Well-Known Member

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    property is still fairly cheap up in the north eastern part of the state. You can get 20 acres with trees for 20 to 40 grand. My friend bought 20 acres by molson, WA for 25,000 and another 20 for 17,000. Lots of trees, absurd amounts of deer and elk and an occasional moose. Its about 4 miles from the canadian border.
     
  4. Bear

    Bear Well-Known Member

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    I've been thinking about moving to Northeast WA., somewhere around stevens county. What are the winters like?
     
  5. Janis Sauncy

    Janis Sauncy Well-Known Member

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    Riffe Lake is just a couple miles from where I live......and I paid less than $70,000 for an older double wide on 5 acres! I knew I got a good deal.....maybe in a few years it, too, will be worth more than a million (it does need some work).
     
  6. Ann Mary

    Ann Mary Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I grew up in Stevens Co.,......beautiful, forests, meadows...cold in the winter, hot in the summer -lots of logging/timber...but getting crowded.