Beaver Creek Charolais Ranch is located near the rural town of Tenino which is the home of famous wooden money which was used during the great depression. Tenino is also home to Oregon Trail Days and the Four Square Mile Music Festival featuring Tenino’s own Stoney Creek Recording Artist, Adam Craig. All proceeds from the festival are used to make a positive impact on the lives of local children. The ranch is less than 5 miles to Interstate 5 which is a major thoroughfare going north and south between Seattle and Portland. This scenic property has a view of Mount Rainier and gorgeous territorial views. The 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom 4,032 sq. ft. home sits regally on the hill overlooking the ranch and lower pond. The pond is frequented by many species of ducks and Canadian Geese. The southern timbered areas and pasture provide excellent grazing for livestock as well as wildlife habitat. This ranch is home to Roosevelt Elk and Black Tail Deer with migrating ducks and geese to name a few. The state capital is Olympia, located 10 miles away, one of the more attractive capital cities in the United States. Olympia is a clean, mid-sized capital city with a distinctively Pacific Northwest small-town feel. Outdoor recreational opportunities are abundant; Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, and the Washington coast are all within a short day’s drive.
This is a great opportunity to own a small ranch that is currently being used for cattle but has many other possible uses. You can enjoy the rural and secluded lifestyle this ranch offers with the convenience of being close to amenities.