- Located along 1.3 miles of the Grande Ronde River
- Hunting opportunities for mule deer, elk, wild turkey, pheasant, chukar and partridge
- Steelhead, rainbow trout, salmon and smallmouth bass fishing available on-site
- Commercial airport and all amenities within one hour
- High end improvements in main house and guest facilities
- Turnkey sale is a possibility
- Adjacent 3000 acres of land possible for lease
Located along 1.3 miles of the fabled Grande Ronde River, the Sunrise Ranch presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a 2,684.75+/- acre legacy ranch. Without leaving the property, one can hunt trophy mule deer, chase chukar and partridge in the rimrock with bird dogs, and swing for large steelhead, rainbow trout, salmon, and smallmouth bass all in the same day. A beautiful custom-built 2,732 sqft. home overlooks the ranch’s breathtaking scenery and sits on a secluded spot out of sight from the public. Unencumbered by public roads, privacy to the Sunrise Ranch is unparalleled. The ranch has been stewarded by the same family for over 42 years and the sellers have established an impressive two-track road system throughout the ranch making all portions of the ranch accessible. In addition, there may be a possibility to continue trading hunting rights on an adjacent 3,000-acre ranch in exchange for that rancher to continue to run cattle on the Sunrise Ranch.
Within approximately an hour’s drive of the property are the towns of Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA offering all the amenities needed including a commercial airport. The ranch is neighbored by BLM lands, the Field Springs State Park, and the Shumaker Wildlife Area. The Grande Ronde River is famous with fishermen from throughout the world. Explore the canyons and one will discover remnants of first homesteads, horse-drawn farm equipment and the occasional arrowhead showing the rich history this area has to tell.
Arriving at headquarters, the quality and care of the improvements stand out. The main house is a custom-built 2,732 sqft. home with two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and an office. The main home was built in 2008 with a high quality of craftsmanship with many luxuries including a walk-in gun safe, stonework, a custom engraved front door and a large deck with a hot-tub. Complementing the main house is a 1,100 sqft. guest house with an additional two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a kitchenette. Additional structures include an exercise room, wine cellar, detached garage, two shops, a historic barn with a tack room, horse facilities and storage sheds. The property is on the power grid with the support of on-site backup generators. One can sleep in peace knowing a wildfire prevention system is in place that can be activated remotely from a smartphone or tablet anywhere in the world.
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