For Sale $449,000 Cash or owner carry with
1/3 down, See other details below
Eatonville Washington Ranch
WNH ranch is for sale by owner for $449,000. It includes a 1950s
2 bedroom house with a full and partially finished basement, a stone
fireplace in living room and a fireplace insert in the basement.
The home has its own well and septic tank, as well as a newer oil
furnace. The kitchen has knotty pine kitchen cabinets and the
house has 1 and 3/4 baths. It also comes with an Olympic $7000
The farm is 40 acres divided into 8
pastures. These pastures will pasture about 30 pair through the
summer. This small ranch also includes a large pond and many
outbuildings. The outbuildings include a huge barn capable of
storing over 200 tons of hay and feeding 75-100 head of cattle in five
long mangers and two smaller ones. Also included is a 6 stall
machine shed and a 2 car garage/shop with a stove and 220 power.
There is also a 12x20 home theater with plays HD movies and local HD TV.
Cattle handling equipment and farm
implements are also available for sale separately. These include
a long crowding alley with two preg check doors, a large animal squeeze
chute as well as a calf table and branding table. There is also a
scale that can weigh cattle individually up to 2000-2200 lbs. The
farm equipment includes a 1520 4 wheel drive Ford tractor, plow,
rototiller, 5 foot brush hog, 4 foot box blade, a wagon and pull type
sprayer. There is also a large liquid manure tank for spreading
We still have a herd of 6 hereford pairs that represent our 40 years of
breeding herefords. We also have three bred yearling heifers and
a yearling bull for sale. These cattle can be purchased by
private treaty, or as a group with the ranch.
The place is located at 38909
Eatonville Cutoff Road, Eatonville, Wa. 98328. We can be reached
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com. We can also be reached much of the time
at our land line 360-832-8414 or at my cell phone at
253-444-7156. I do not carry my cell phone everywhere like most
people, however, and we do not check our messages on our landline as
regularly as we should. So it might take time to get a response.
Email is a good way to make initial contact and a good way for me to
keep your information without losing it.