20, 40 or 60 acres with 1/2 mile of Lynx Creek running through land. This kind of creek frontage is hard to find. There is open land that has been producing quality hay. The property has been sub-divided into 20 acre lots with power and phone access at the road and installed on lot 3. Plow and replant in Alfalfa and install Nut trees on the back treed area for sustainable farming for years to come. Good, producing farm ground. Bordered by a private timber company for privacy and quiet.
Homesteaders Take Note! Currently Hay Farm in Ag status. Some of the best Dry Farming in the country. Level tillable land. Deeded Land within the Boundaries of the Colville Reservation. Tribal Funding and Members welcomed but you do not need to be tribal nor Native American to purchase this fee property. Deed states under County jurisdiction.
Abundant recreational opportunities. Medical center, school, post office, senior center, childcare, churches, community.
Three miles to town and Lake Roosevelt/Columbia River. County road, maintained, snow plowed, school bus route. 90 Mile scenic drive to Spokane & International Airport. 10 miles to Twin Lakes Resort, 30 miles to Kettle Falls. Beautiful Recreational Resort Area.
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The Greater Colville Area consists of three Counties of Northeast Washington. The area surrounds the North Columbia River from the Canadian Border to the Spokane Reservation. It is an area abundant with wildlife and recreational opportunities. The two main communities in the area are Kettle Falls and Colville. Click on the links to learn more.
This farm land is located in Inchelium, Washington, a community within the boundaries of the Colville Indian Reservation whose Tribal offices are in Nespelem, Washington. It is deeded non-trust land meaning that it purchased and sold like any other real estate in the area.
Deeded, Fee land is land that once was Indian Land that was divided into 80 or 160 Acre Parcels in the Allotment Period. There are many deeded properties in Inchelium held both by Tribal and Non-Tribal residents both Non-Native American and Native American.
One of the greatest benefits of the area are the wonderful community services throughout North East Washington. From Churches and Community Centers to Electricity Assistance, Food Banks, Commodities (food distribution monthly) through the tribe, Senior Centers, Health Centers, Libraries, Clubs, Organizations, Community Charitable Resources, Cultural Events, Craft Fairs, Pow Wows, Hunting and Fishing Competitions, You Name it there are always things to do, people to help and places to go!