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Hawk Creek 160

XXX Hawk Creek Rd E, Davenport, WA
Status: Active
Property Type
Cattle Ranch
Fishing Land
Hunting Land
Recreational Land
River Frontage
160 acres
Lincoln, WA
List Date
Jun 8, 2023
This 162.2-acre property has approximately 4500 feet of creek frontage on Hawk Creek flowing year around. About 37 acres of tillable farm ground & around 125 acres of timberland with marketable timber, mostly fir. This property is just minutes from the Seven Bays Marina & Lake Roosevelt. Seven Bays offers boat launch, moorage & houseboat rentals. Close to amenities, the town of Davenport Land A Land of Abundant Beauty and Versatility This remarkable 162-acre property, situated along Hawk Creek Road, is a testament to the richness and diversity of the natural world. Boasting fertile tillable ground, the year-round presence of Hawk Creek, and a majestic forest of mature fir trees, it offers an array of opportunities for those who appreciate the harmonious blend of agriculture and timberland. Property Features: Fertile Tillable Ground: Over 30 acres of this property is blessed with fertile tillable soil, providing an ideal canvas for agricultural endeavors. Whether you have aspirations of cultivating crops, growing hay, or establishing a thriving garden, this fertile ground is ready to support your agricultural dreams. Hawk Creek Oasis: Hawk Creek, a perennial waterway, flows gracefully through the property year-round. This picturesque creek not only enhances the property’s natural beauty but also offers a reliable water source for agricultural and recreational purposes. Elevated Terrain: As you move westward on the property, the terrain gently slopes upward. This gradual elevation change adds a dynamic element to the land, creating opportunities for varied land use and development. It also provides elevated views that could be utilized for potential building sites. Mature Fir Timber: The majority of the property is graced with a dense stand of mature fir trees. These towering trees, predominantly fir, present both aesthetic appeal and potential timber value. Managing this timber resource offers opportunities for sustainable forestry practices and long-term investment. In summary, this 162-acre property is a captivating canvas of nature’s bounty. From fertile tillable ground to the tranquil flow of Hawk Creek and the majestic forest of mature fir trees, it combines agricultural potential and timberland richness. Whether you’re seeking a site for agricultural cultivation, timberland management, or simply a serene retreat surrounded by nature’s wonders, this property has the versatility and natural beauty to fulfill your vision. It is a testament to the enduring charm of rural landscapes and the limitless possibilities they offer. Improvements The property is fenced on the road side with new gates. Recreation Endless Recreation Awaits at Nearby Lake Roosevelt Just a stone’s throw away from this property lies the majestic Lake Roosevelt, a playground for outdoor enthusiasts and water lovers alike. With the convenience of a nearby boat launch and the option for boat rentals at Seven Bays Marina, the opportunities for recreation are virtually limitless. Lake Roosevelt: A Recreational Haven Proximity Advantage: Lake Roosevelt’s close proximity to the property means that adventure is always within reach. Whether you’re an early morning angler or a spontaneous boating enthusiast, the lake’s accessibility allows you to seize the moment and make the most of your leisure time. Boat Launch: The property provides easy access to a nearby boat launch. This invaluable feature ensures that your watercraft can swiftly and effortlessly glide into the lake’s refreshing waters. Whether you own a powerboat, sailboat, or kayak, this launch simplifies your aquatic escapades. Boat Rentals: For those without their own boats, Seven Bays Marina offers convenient boat rental services. This means that you can experience the sheer joy of boating, fishing, or simply cruising along Lake Roosevelt’s picturesque shoreline, even if you don’t own a vessel. Diverse Recreation: Lake Roosevelt offers a wide spectrum of recreational activities. Fishing enthusiasts can cast their lines in pursuit of various fish species, while swimmers can savor the lake’s inviting waters. Additionally, the expansive shoreline invites picnics, hiking, and wildlife observation. Community Amenities: Seven Bays Marina is not just a rental hub but also a hub of amenities. Here, you can find a restaurant to satisfy your appetite, a grocery store for convenience, and moorage services to ensure your boat is safely docked. These amenities enhance your overall lake experience and make it easy to meet all your needs during your visit. In essence, Lake Roosevelt, with its convenient boat launch and boat rental services at Seven Bays Marina, transforms the region into a recreational paradise. Whether you’re an avid boater, a nature enthusiast, or simply seeking a serene waterfront escape, this location offers a gateway to a world of aquatic adventures. It’s a place where the beauty of the lake meets the convenience of amenities, creating an idyllic setting for unforgettable outdoor experiences and cherished moments with friends and family. Agriculture Fertile Creek Bottom Soil: Nature’s Gift for Agriculture This property is graced with a natural treasure beneath its surface – fertile tilled creek bottom soil that has nurtured lush hay grass over the years. This soil, which remains consistently moist and boasts remarkable depth and richness, is a boon to agriculture enthusiasts, offering a wealth of possibilities for sustainable farming. Key Agricultural Features: Richness Beyond Measure: The creek bottom soil on this property is a testament to nature’s generosity. It is rich in essential nutrients and organic matter, creating an ideal foundation for cultivating a variety of crops. This inherent fertility significantly reduces the need for synthetic fertilizers, promoting eco-friendly farming practices. Lush Hay Grass: Over the years, this fertile soil has demonstrated its potential by yielding lush and high-quality hay grass. This grass serves as excellent livestock feed, and its abundant growth is a testament to the soil’s capacity to support thriving agricultural endeavors. Versatile Crop Potential: While hay grass has thrived in this soil, its versatility extends beyond this single crop. The soil’s consistent moisture retention and nutrient content make it suitable for growing a wide range of crops. From grains and legumes to specialty crops, the possibilities for diversifying agricultural production are abundant. Moisture Retention: One of the soil’s outstanding qualities is its ability to retain moisture consistently. This characteristic ensures that crops receive a steady water supply, even during dry periods, reducing the risk of drought-related stress and crop failure. Deep Soil Profile: The soil’s deep profile allows plant roots to penetrate deeply, accessing essential nutrients and water reserves. This encourages strong and healthy crop growth, contributing to higher yields and overall agricultural success. Sustainable Farming: The fertile creek bottom soil sets the stage for sustainable farming practices. Its natural richness minimizes the need for excessive chemical inputs, promoting environmentally friendly and responsible agricultural management. In summary, this property’s fertile creek bottom soil is a priceless asset for agricultural pursuits. With its proven ability to support thriving hay grass and its potential to accommodate various crops, it represents an exciting opportunity for farmers and agricultural enthusiasts. The consistent moisture retention, deep soil profile, and inherent richness create a recipe for agricultural success and sustainable land stewardship. Whether you have aspirations of traditional farming or wish to explore innovative agricultural ventures, this soil provides the foundation for your agricultural dreams to flourish. General Operations The property is currently leased to a local hay farmer on a year to year basis. They can get two to three cuttings per season om approximately 30 acres  of tilled ground. Region & Climate Climate and Average Weather Year Round in Davenport Washington, United States In Davenport, the summers are short, warm, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are freezing, snowy, and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 22°F to 86°F and is rarely below 8°F or above 95°F. Based on the tourism score, the best time of year to visit Davenport for warm-weather activities is from mid July to mid August. Location Davenport is the closet town with an airport and hospital. Spokane has an international  airport 1 hour away
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