15 South Bank Road Elma, WA – 120 acre private riverfront retreat

120 acre private riverfront retreat wrapped in the Chehalis River. Expansive river and territorial views from this custom, high-end home: granite countertops, custom cabinetry, hardwood floors, picture windows, natural light, wrap around deck, and hot tub. Meticulously maintained, open floorplan with a generous master suite. Oversized attached garage, large shop …

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*PENDING* 5031 Elder Road Ferndale, WA: Broken Auger Farm – 11 acres of private equestrian facility perfection

Boasting unobstructed views of Mount Baker and the Twin Sisters, the timeless cedar shingle home offers ample natural light and tasteful wood finishes. Thoughtfully planned, the barn is just steps away with 5 large stalls with automatic waterers, runs, and tack room. 17’X46′ attached, heated storage area. 20′ X 48′ …

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7274 Dahlberg Road Ferndale, WA: Plum Creek Ranch

Plum Creek Ranch is a perfectly appointed private equestrian facility. Timeless split level home offers separate living spaces with air conditioning, vaulted ceilings, and a downstairs remodel with high end finishes in 2020. From the picture windows, gaze upon the 80′ X 200′ indoor arena with 20′ overhang, roping chutes, …

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Sell it Fast! – Ensure Your Horse Property Will Fly Off the Market

Photo by Allison Trimble

It’s no secret that the real estate market has been quite active lately. Low inventory and low interest rates continue to make for an extremely competitive market, and many homeowners are reevaluating their living situation because of the pandemic. If you are thinking about selling an equestrian property this year, …

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Market Conditions for the Real Estate Industry – Back to The Farm Movement Helps Move Equestrian Properties

Photo from Allison Trimble

This year the Northwest real estate market has found itself in usual circumstances. Many issues are a continuation of what we’ve been experiencing for a few years, but this year we saw some new factors layered on top.   Low Inventory We’ve seen consecutive years of steady growth in home …

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811 Birch Bay Lynden Road, Lynden, WA – Hobby Farm on 2 acres

Take in the Mount Baker views from the patio of this remodeled manufactured home with oversized 2 car garage on 2 acres. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, vaulted ceilings, and large rooms. Tasteful touches like shiplap accents, a freestanding woodstove, and a covered breezeway to the garage, give this home a …

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PENDING – 805 Birch Bay Lynden Road, Lynden, WA – 10.69 acre hobby farm

Country living at its finest! Breathtaking mountain views welcome you to this 10.69 acre hobby farm with perfect sandy loam soils and water rights. Charming single story ranch-style home with tasteful updates throughout, such as new paint, windows, fixtures and flooring. Master suite features a generous master bath. Equestrian amenities …

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Growing Old Together – Remembering Good Times with Horses Now Grown Old

Allison and Cow Cuttin Colonel. Photo by Taryn Leech Photography

My favorite issue of The Northwest Horse Source each year is the Senior Horse edition. My first horse, Bayleen, was with our family from when she was a two-year-old and I was six months old; she died at 37 when I was 35. Bayleen ushered me through many important seasons …

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