Horse Heaven River Ranch - Organic Homestead on Beautiful waterfront
Sunnyside, Yakima County, Washington
PRIME GROWING AND LIFESTYLE LAND FOR SALE
This amazing property, with SVID Senior Water Rights, is located at River Mile 74 on the Yakima, a critical salmon river, in the midst of Washington Wine Country, bordered to the North by Snipes Mountain AVA, midway between Yakima and Tri-Cities. No toxins applied for twelve years, certified both Organic and Salmon Safe, served by Sunnyside, second largest town in Yakima County, recently listed as 3rd safest city in Washington State, with two tasting rooms and a Port Authority supported new incubator micro brewing company and with new generation of residents and farmers working to expand and improve Sunnyside as fast as they can. The farming possibilities seem limitless and has historically been used as a dairy, a horse operation, other grazing animals, myriad mixed vegetables, winter squash, hay, and now pursuing hemp.
These very private prime growing and lifestyle properties for sale as one or more contiguous pieces include (see map for possible division of parcels):
1. South Acres Property- Established showcase farm in a very private setting on the Yakima River totaling approximately 32 fenced acres for $898,000.
Two-Homes and land Include USDA organic and Salmon Safe Certifications, no toxins applied for 12 years.
Established homestead Includes:
Tastefully remodeled modern 3200 sq. foot 4 bedroom and 3 and a half bath main home, setback 1\4 mile from county road.
Includes spacious and landscaped outdoor living areas including wood fired pizza and salmon baking oven, gazebo, swings around a fire pit.
Historic Red barn floored for hay storage, barn dances or banquets.
The second home is a 2/2 doublewide riverside mobile home with its own septic tank and underground electrical connection so no overhead wires making it safe for kite flying and drones!
A 90 gallon per minute deep well shared well that has always tested negative for nitrates.
24 X 56 High Tunnel.
Large garage shop with three cool room areas and plumbed for propane heat.
Chicken house and yard, loafing shed, and other associated farm buildings.
Established cherry, pear, apple, and plum trees, grapes and berries.
15 acres currently in alfalfa with established pollinator hedgerow, 2.3 acres in pasture.
12 acres river bottom restored to natural habitat land at a cost of approximately $150,000 with grants in partnership with Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group and the Washington Department of Ecology.
The property also boasts an additional barnyard cottage with two separate living spaces. The heated and cooled building offers two bathrooms, modern kitchen, laminate flooring, washer/dryer, and screened porch. Perfect for extra housing, an office or tasting room!
#2. North Acres Property - 42+ acres in two adjoining parcels, excellent growing potential for hops, hemp or most anything else desired, for $636,000.
WSU Hemp trial permit applied for in 2019.
Already WSDA organically certified since 2008 with established pollinator borders. Also has Salmon Safe certification.
Currently 35 acres in 3rd year alfalfa with established customers, 5 acres in triticale and hemp trial. Wheel Line Irrigation already on the 35 acres. Plumbed for wheel lines or other on the 5 acres. 2+ acres remaining is currently in equipment yard, access and storage building.
SVID Senior Water Rights
Private setting on river.
30 wide gravel mile access road from county-maintained asphalt road.
Small two-story metal clad storage building plus miscellaneous accessories (water tank, fuel tank, fencing, small buildings.)
Potential for future homesite on the river with wildlife refuge across the river.
Electric power setup for 12 RVs near county road.
Offering three-year 1st Mortgage owner financing with 30% down.
Adjacent 16 acres with senior water rights currently in grass/alfalfa available for lease if maintained organic. Currently in wheel line irrigation.
#3. The Middle Acres Property - Prime farmland, very private 16 acres that includes 8-acre peninsula in the Yakima River, $350,000.
This fenced property has 5,000-acre wildlife refuge across the river and to the south is adjacent to river bottom land returned to native vegetation through grants and partnerships with Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group and the Washington Department of Ecology.
Currently in grass/alfalfa hay and irrigated by wheel line. Senior water rights, SVID.
Organic and Salmon Safe certifications. No toxins applied for mor than twelve years.
, Lybbert Fielding