Beautiful property with excellent views & 4700 feet of Hawk creek running thru it. Thirty-five acres of tillable ground & loads of timber. Excellent big game hunting property and great fishing nearby. The property backs up to 480 acres of DNR land. 1 hour to Spokane, 4 hours to Seattle, only minutes to Davenport with grocery stores, 24-hour Hospital, most all modern amenities, and a small municipal airport, & Five minutes to Seven Bays marina Land 690 Acres creek front property with fertile creek bottom soils rolling up to mature timber land with rock outcroppings. The property vegetation is varied from grassy lowlands big a timbered meadow on top. Improvements Completely Fenced with multiple new gates Recreation Great property for Hunting , Fishing, And Camping. Close to Lake Roosevelt recreation area. Lake Roosevelt. This area is a recreational paradise. Lake Roosevelt makes it an ideal and tranquil destination for fishing and hunting. There are over 30 species of fish in the lake. Annually, over 500,000 rainbow trout and 500,000 kokanee are stocked in the lake. Other common sport fish are large and smallmouth bass, walleye, and perch. Seasonally, hunters seek whitetail, mule deer, black bear, elk, moose, pheasant, quail, grouse, chukar, and wild turkey by the thousands. Waterfowl consisting of ducks and geese are also plentiful as well. Agriculture Approximately One Million Board feet of timber predominately Fir and Pine. Timber cruise available. Fenced for cattle grazing with 35 acres of tillable soil. Great for hay or other crops that don’t need a lot of water. Region & Climate Climate and Average Weather Year Round in Davenport Washington, United States In Davenport, the summers are short, warm, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are freezing, snowy, and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 22°F to 86°F and is rarely below 8°F or above 95°F. History Davenport is the seat of Lincoln County, an agricultural county in northeast Washington’s Big Bend region, where dry land wheat farming and cattle ranching are the predominant industries. As of 2009, Davenport had 1,684 residents, making it Lincoln County’s largest town. Davenport’s elevation is 2,390 feet above sea level, with an annual precipitation of 10 inches. Surrounded by rolling wheat fields, supported by a dedicated community infrastructure, Davenport serves as an important business, medical, and educational center for residents in this productive agricultural region.The mighty Columbia River has drawn people to its waters for over 9,000 years. Plateau peoples thrived on its rich fisheries. Trappers and traders plied its currents and rapids. The last frontier post stood watch on its shores. Grand Coulee Dam transformed the river into Lake Roosevelt, providing power to the Northwest and forever changing salmon runs upstream. Today, the rich history of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area has many stories to discover. Location Located just Minuets to Seven bays Marina and only and Hour to Spokane International Airport, Four Hours to Seattle. The closet town with amenities is Davenport.