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Price Reduced on Wildlife Paradise- Cabin on over 50 acres!

Biscuit Ridge Road

$299,000

Property Details

  • Price:$299,000
  • Acres:51
  • County:Walla Walla
  • Address:Biscuit Ridge Road
  • City:Walla Walla
  • State:Washington
  • Zip:99362
  • Bedrooms:2
  • Baths:1
  • Status:Available
  • Type:Recreational Property

Property Description

FRESH AIR, NO PEOPLE, VIRUS FREE! - Wildlife Paradise - Off the grid furnished cabin on 51.34 marketable timbered acres. Owners had a Walla Walla logging estimate of timber value in 2014 and were informed that there will be marketable timber, in about 10 years., with value at or near $200,000 to $300,000. The cabin is at 3660 feet elevation, tucked in the woods, with a beautiful view up and across the canyon, with Lewis Peak in the distance. The cabin was built to code in 2005 with legal permit, (2"x 4" on 16" centers, 4"x 6" treated vertical poles cemented 4 feet underground at corners and under ridge line, with metal siding and roof.) The roof covers 34'x24' total, which is 16'x18' living area with a 16'x16' loft and the covered deck is 32'x8'. The cabin comes furnished with a large wood burning Earthstove, like new vinyl couch, California King bed on main floor,. A solid oak round table with 4 upholstered swivel oak chairs in living room. The top of the table can be turned over for a felt poker/game table or removed for a bumper pool table, balls and cue sticks included. Cooking is done in a cute kitchen area on a 2 burner propane stove, microwave or on the front deck barbecue with a side burner. The loft has 2 single beds and 1 full mattress. The bathroom has a porta potty and the shower is a 4' shower stall with a Cabelas on demand propane water heater. The cabin is off the grid so electricity is supplied by a Honda 2000 watt generator (included). Water is transported in by you. Wildlife: elk and calves, mule and whitetail deer and fawns, moose and calves, black bear and cubs, cougar, bobcat, turkey, grouse, woodpeckers, hummingbirds, owls, including the Great Gray Owl, numerous other birds, squirrels, chipmunks, and snowshoe rabbits. Every year when the berries ripen on the hillside the bears come out in numbers and its a sight to see. Every year, during the end of September, the elk come into the canyon for rut season and they winter in the canyon also. You can watch all the wildlife from the comfort of the covered deck. There is a year round creek at the bottom of the canyon that comes out of Mill Creek Watershed. The cabin is located 19 miles from Walla Walla, Washington. The first 16 miles is paved road, with the last 3 miles a maintained dirt/gravel county road. Cell phone service on the front deck.

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Lock box is at gate. Broker's will need to remove right side of metal sheeting to enter cabin. Please replace before leaving.