The Monse Highlands is a cattle rancher’s dream, with 2,331± acres of prime cattle grazing land. Numerous springs, seasonal lakes, and ponds are scattered throughout the property to ensure good watering options throughout the spring and summer. Located only 15 minutes to the central Washington town of Brewster and 35 minutes to Okanogan, this property is a prime candidate for anyone looking to build their own ranch from the ground up. With views in every direction overlooking the Okanogan River, multiple building sites are all across this acreage.
After a fire in 2015, the fences were mostly replaced with brand-new wire, new H-Braces, gates, and corner posts. Two of the entrances to this property are through low-maintenance cattle guards.
Nearby recreational activities include Sockeye and Chinook Salmon fisheries in the Brewster Pool, where the Okanogan River meets the Columbia River. The summer run of Sockeye is one of the most popular fisheries in the Inland Northwest. The scenic lake town of Chelan is a quick 40-minute drive down the river providing access to multiple wineries, brew pubs, and entertainment of all sorts. Entertainment includes excellent boating, parasailing, and exploring the Lake on the famous Lady of the Lake.
This property is located within the Colville Indian Reservation and is close to many wheat and alfalfa farms as well as fruit orchards scattered throughout the Columbia River Basin.
The Monse Highlands is a prime candidate for wind or solar options, which allows a future buyer to be self-sufficient or even put power back into the grid.
With a blank slate and plenty of usable ground, The Monse Highlands is one of the largest pieces of land on the market in the state of Washington today. Priced at under $700 per acre, this property is affordable and ready for your dreams to become a reality.