The Stillaguamish River Ranch is over 200± acres with approximately 1.5 miles of riverfront on the North fork of the Stillaguamish River. The North and South forks make up a premier salmon, steelhead, and whitewater system just an hour from Seattle. The largely natural and free-flowing North and South forks tumble from the North Cascades through old-growth forests and sheer canyons before joining near the town of Arlington and flowing to the Puget Sound. The Stillaguamish River ranks high on the list of Washington steelhead destinations, especially the North Fork, which was the world’s first river to be designated fly-fishing only in 1949. The river is home to summer, winter steelhead, Chinook, chum, pink salmon, bull trout, and sea-run cutthroat trout. The Stillaguamish Valley is abundant in wildlife, including Roosevelt elk, Black-tailed deer, and numerous waterfowl.
This ranch was a former dairy farm and most recently a Red Angus cattle ranch. The 3,200 square foot main home features the master bedroom on the main floor plus three additional bedrooms and 3.5 baths. There is a guesthouse with an 8-car garage attached, which would make a great family member unit or ranch hand quarters. The property is fenced and cross-fenced, ready for your livestock or horses, and currently being used for hay production. Amenities include two arenas with one indoor and one outdoor—multiple barn stalls, heated tack room, and wood-fenced turnouts, to name a few. There are over 60,000 square feet of agricultural outbuildings set up for both horse and cattle operations. This ranch is the perfect riverfront retreat.