The Kahlotus Cattle Ranch consists of 1174 acres and borders 640 acres of DNR land. This ranch has had many new cattle ranching upgrades to include new fencing, underground water lines with frost free faucets running back to the second section of land. There is a new double feed lot with permanent feeders running down both sides of the alley. This ranch features an original 1930's era farm house and large historic 2500 sq ft barn. Land The property entire is covered native grasses perfect for cattle grazing. The entire perimeter of the property is fenced with newer barb wire fencing and a new approximately 2 acre feed lot has been constructed.  Underground water has been installed to the second tract of land with frost free faucets installed for additional livestock watering. Improvements This ranch features an original 1930’s era 4 bedroom 1 bath farm house with a detached garage. A large historic 2500 sq ft barn which would be great for hay storage. There is a new large concrete water storage tank to ensure plenty of water for the livestock. New fencing of the perimeter property lines as well as the property line between the 2 parcels following the property line. New double feed lot with fenced interior sections. Recreation Visit the Palouse Falls State Park. This 94-acre park is best known for the being home to the “State of Washington’s Official Waterfall.” Created by the Missoula Floods at the end of the last ice age, this almost 200 ft waterfall is simply stunning. Check out the Franklin County Museum in Pasco. Learn about the history of the county and the region. Discover little known facts such as when Pasco briefly making a bid to be the capitol of Washington State in 1889 but was unsuccessful. Have a picnic at the Sacajawea Historical State Park. Enjoy this 267 acre day use park where the Columbia and Snake rivers meet. Visit me Sacajawea Interpretive Center, stroll along the river, fish, launch your boat for a day of fun on the river. Enjoy some Wildlife Watching at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge. With over 200 species of birds and 15,000 acres, there will be many opportunities to observe wildlife in a native setting. Enjoy an easy hike on the McNary Wildlife Nature Loop. Agriculture The property is currently being used as a cattle ranch. General Operations This property is a fully operational cattle ranch with many new improvements Region & Climate In Connell, the summers are short, hot, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are very cold, snowy, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 27°F to 93°F and is rarely below 14°F or above 101°F. Based on the tourism score, the best time of year to visit Connell for warm-weather activities is from early July to late August. History ranklin County is in south-central Washington State. The county originally formed on November 28th, 1883 when Franklin County separated from Whitman County. The new county was named after Benjamin Franklin. The Columbia River marks the western border The Snake River forms the southern and eastern borders. Franklin County is adjacent to Adams County to the north, Whitman County to the east, Walla Walla County to the southeast, Columbia County to the southeast, Benton County to the southwest and Grant County to the northwest. Franklin County is approximately 1,265 square miles is size. Native Americans were the first settlers in the region, as they fished from the Columbia and Snake Rivers. The Native Americans would trade with the occasional traveler who was passing through the area. It seems probable that they traded with the Lewis and Clark Expedition when the expedition was in the area in 1805. The Lewis and Clark Expedition camped in the Pasco area of Franklin County. The campsite is now a part of Sacajawea State Park. In 1884 the Northern Pacific railroad completed a bridge across the Snake River at Ainsworth. This location is the junction of the Columbia and Snake Rivers. This bridge allowed the transcontinental railroad to directly connect to tracks leading to Portland, Oregon and ultimately to the western terminus in Tacoma. During World War II Franklin and Benton Counties grew rapidly due to the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Established in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project, Hanford was the first full scale plutonium reactor in the world.  Plutonium manufactured at Hanford was used in the first nuclear bombs including the bombs dropped on Japan in World War II. Franklin County has a large agricultural economy. After the completion on Grand Coulee Dam and the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project in 1948, the area grew as irrigation methods were developed. The need for labor brought migrant workers to the area. Franklin County is considered one of the fastest growing counties with over 21% increase in population since 2010. In 2006, Franklin County became the first Hispanic majority county in the Pacific Northwest. The largest city in Franklin County is Pasco with an estimated population in 2019 of 75,432 people. Pasco is the County Seat for the county. Kennewick, Richland and Pasco make up the Tri-Cities metropolitan region in Washington State. Location Domestic airports near Connell, WA 36 miles to: Pasco, WA (PSC / KPSC) Tri-Cities Airport. 83 miles to: Walla Walla, WA (ALW / KALW) Walla Walla Regional Airport. 98 miles to: Spokane, WA (GEG / KGEG) Spokane International Airport. 103 miles to: Pendleton, OR (PDT / KPDT) Eastern Oregon Regional Airport

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Property Status: Under Contract
Acreage: 1174.48
Price: $1,700,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1211
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