The Tunk Creek Ranch, a 576± acre property in the heart of north central Washington, includes 536± deeded acres and 40± landlocked Washington State DNR acres. With over 0.75 miles of Tunk Creek running through the property below the ranch house, this property has the water everyone dreams of in north-central Washington.
The 1,700-square-foot home built in 2004 includes two bedrooms and two baths with a loft. The ranch is situated perfectly to enjoy the scenery of the mountains, the sound of the creek below, and the ability to watch the horses in the pasture. Outside, the 36’ x 36’ pole barn features a tack room, two horse stalls, a 12’ x 24’ finished shop area, horse pens, and a separate set of cattle working corrals with chute.
Around the house and barn sits over 7.5± acres of horse pasture for easy gathering and care of your equine companions. The rest of the property boasts over 1,140± acres of fenced pasture, including neighboring lands. These pastures are fenced and cross-fenced for rotational and managed grazing opportunities.
There are multiple water sources on the ranch. Besides the creek, a year-round mountain spring with spring box feeds the mountain tank to provide wildlife and livestock watering opportunities away from the creek or barn facilities. The well, installed in 2000, provides domestic water to the house, barnyard, and surrounding landscapes.
The Tunk Creek Ranch borders the Tunk Valley Wildlife Area to the east and over 10,000± acres of Washington State land to the south, providing excellent hunting and recreational opportunities. Wildlife abounds, including mule and whitetail deer, turkeys, elk, black bear, and more.
If the beauty of north central Washington is calling your name, you don’t want to miss out on the Tunk Creek Ranch. This ranch is an outdoorsman’s paradise and appealing to the cowboy, hunter, hiker, and explorer in all of us.