Historical heritage farm and timber plot. Recent timber cruise available upon request. This property has been in the family since 1891! There is approximately 130 acres of tillable land, and the remainder is timbered or steep. It is located just 4 miles south of Northport and 12 miles south of the Canadian border. The current home was built in 1966 and is located just below Black Hawk mountain. From the meadow one can see 4 mountains, all point from a property corner. Black Hawk Mt on the SW, Island Mt on the NW, Silver Crown on the NE and Bodie Mt on the SE. Looking to the NNW one can see the ski resort in Canada! This is an ideal property for a hunting lodge, pack camp or event center! End of the road privacy with trails up the mountains in 3 directions. Game is abundant here. Both white tail and mule deer, elk, moose and black bear plus turkey and other game fowl are present at different times. Forest lands are on 3 sides with part of it private timber and part of it state land. The portion of the land that runs up Bodie Mt is heavily timbered. Family claims there to be close to half a million dollars worth of merchantable timber on the property. The ravine that runs behind the house to the west drains off into the Columbia River about a mile away. The home is a 60's raised rambler with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a single car garage. It has an unfinished basement with walk-out access. There are panoramic views from all of the main level windows overlooking some part of the farm! There is ample room for family gatherings with a huge kitchen, breakfast room and formal dining area flows into the living room. The full fireplace is made from local stone gathered by the family and the hearth hand cut. Out back are the historical barns and buildings plus a poultry house designed for emus. For the hunters in the crowd there is a cold storage locker that will hold at least 8 full beef (so more game animals). Many of the barns have hand-cut logs for beams and side anchors. You won't find another place quite like this one, so take a look!