Happy Hill Angus Ranch Beautiful Okanogan Ranch 1371.53 Acres in total. Okanogan's wide-open spaces. The landscape is impressive, with a spring-fed pond and grassy pasture bottoms providing grazing opportunities and wildlife habitat. Stunning 360-degree landscape and mountain views are visible from all sides of the ranch. Excellent big game and upland bird hunting opportunities. Abundant grazing land and an unimaginably picturesque location, Land 1300+ Acres with rolling hills and areas with big timber Red Fir, Pine and  several quaking Aspen groves, dozens of  natural springs many flow thru the ranch year around creating lush green belts that have an abundant amount grass’s and vegetation for all the critters to eat.  Over 200 acres was tilled over the years for alfalfa and other different types of feed for livestock. 1300 + Acres Natural springs 3 developed Barns Lofts Borders Public Lands Dry Grazing Land Feeding Barn Fenced Pasture Hunting Rolling Topography Round Pen Shop Suitable for Livestock or Horses Water Rights Wildlife Views Timber Individual Well Garden Area Great access roads are kept up by the county and plowed thru the winter Improvements Rambler style ranch home with 5 bedrooms 2 bathrooms finished basement, deck over looking the fields  mature land scaping, fruit trees, The barn is well built with a hay loft. The original old farm house is still standing could be fixed up. There is a shop for working on equipment and plenty of parking. Recreation The Okanogan is an recreation paradise there is something to do year around . Summer enjoy the cool mornings and warm sunny afternoons they are perfect for hiking, biking and horseback riding on the many trails though out the ranch. you can visit the many lakes streams and rivers in the area for some great nearby fishing swimming and bird watching with hundreds of lakes in the area you could try a different one every week. Fall is a special time of year the weather is perfect for doing some wine tasting at the local vineyards. If you like to hunt the Okanogan is well known for excellent hunting opportunities.  There are many different events and festivals in the surrounding  towns to check out. Winter is a great time to do some cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, down hill sledding or try your luck Ice fishing. If you love to fish there are dozens of nearby lakes to pick from. One of my favorite lake is Just minuets from the Ranch you can find Lake Conconnully one of the best fishing lakes in the area. Lake Conconully  is 292.60 acres in size. There is a great variety of fish in the lake everything from Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, Kokanee Largemouth Bass, and Smallmouth Bass. Rainbow are fat and abundant, and are usually taken in limit numbers on the opening weekend of the season and for many weeks after.  Rainbow average 10 to 13 inches in Conconully Lake, and a good number of carryovers of 15 inches are taken in the spring.  Many anglers are after the kokanee on the lake.  The kokanee are often larger than the average rainbow.  Trolling with Kokabow blades and spinners will get both the rainbow and the trout.  It is also loaded with largemouth bass and it can be lots of fun, especially for youngsters to catch them.  Anglers are encouraged to take their limit of bass as they are so abundant.  There is a good launch on the north shore of the lake.  It is often referred to as the “upper” lake and is a very short distance from the town of Conconully. Hunting Grouse The best forest grouse hunting is found in the northeastern and north-central part of the state. Okanogan County led the way in grouse harvests over the past five years, with hunters taking more than 14,600 grouse a year. Connected to the Ranch on the East side is the Scotch Creek Unit The Scotch Creek Wildlife Area encompasses 23,980 acres and is located in central Okanogan County. and is split into seven management units. It was established in 1991 as a site to support recovery of the region’s sharp-tailed grouse population. The wildlife area’s lands consist primarily of shrubsteppe habitat, with riparian, conifer, ponderosa pine, and aspen habitat mixed into the landscape as well. A variety of wildlife species are present, including white-tailed deer, mule deer, bighorn sheep, California quail, hawks, woodpeckers and other cavity-nesting birds, and many species of songbirds. By actively managing lands, restoring habitats, and preserving wild places, the department serves as stewards for Washington’s natural places, protecting the state’s land and water for its human and wildlife populations The Scotch Creek Unit is located 10 miles northwest of Omak and 4 miles southeast of Conconully in Okanogan County. The unit can be accessed from Conconully Road, Happy Hill, Silver Hill, Woodward Road, and the Limebelt Roads.     Agriculture The ranch has sustained up to 150 head of cattle, with 200 acres tilled and planted in alfa. The owners have used some of the  timber growing on the ranch  over the years for building structures and fencing  on the property. The grass is a mix of fescues and bluegrass. and stays green in the valleys where the natural springs keep it moist all summer. Your cows will love all the forage to fatten them up and there is plenty of shade to keep them cool during the middle of the day. This is a great place to raise live stock the pastures are sectioned off to help keep from over grazing. There is a contant water supply from the natural springs.  The pond located at the top of the property that is also fed by fresh spring water has water in it year around and has been used for irrigation in the past. There is plenty of big timber on the Ranch mostly Red Fir, Pine and Quaking Aspens. General Operations Property is currently leased to a cattle rancher for grazing purposes this proved some income and the cows eat the grass down to help prevent wildfires fires from spreading and they add fertilizer to the soils. There is also a caretaker that lives on site and rents the home from current owners on a month to month basis.   Region & Climate Climate in Okanogan, Washington Okanogan, Washington gets 13 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Okanogan averages 33 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year. On average, there are 192 sunny days per year in Okanogan. The US average is 205 sunny days. Okanogan gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 67 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least .01 inches on the ground to measure. Weather Highlights Summer High: the July high is around 89 degrees Winter Low: the January low is 21 Rain: averages 13 inches of rain a year Snow: averages 33 inches of snow a year History Okanogan. This town site was first settled in 1888 and was called Alma. In 1905, the town’s name was changed to Pogue, in honor of Dr J. I. Pogue, a frontier orchardist. In 1907, the town voted overwhelmingly to change the name to Okanogan. The town was incorporated October 29, 1907. Incorporated in 1907, the City of Okanogan (an Indian word meaning “rendezvous”) is adjacent to the Okanogan River in north-central Washington state, 50 miles south of the Canadian border, 140 miles east of Seattle and 100 miles northwest of Spokane. Okanogan is centrally located in Okanogan County, the largest county in the State of Washington at 5,315 square miles. Location The Happy Hills Angus Ranch is located 20 minuets from the town of Okanogan  WA 25 minuets to Omak WA 2 hours from Wenatchee WA 4 hours to Seattle 1 hour to Osoyoos Canada AIRPORTS 20 minuets to Okanogan Legion Airport. ID S35 25 minuets to Omak Airport. OMK

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Acreage: 1371.53
Price: $3,300,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1234
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