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SOLD-Beautiful 5 Acre Great For Fishing,Shelton, WA 98584
- Cash or Term
- Build on this Land:
- Yes but is will be hard to set up the septic system due to the wetland issue. We recommend to use it as recreational property.
- Approximate Annual Tax:
If you like FISHING and Camping- This is your “cup of tea!” This is an excellent property for recreational use ONLY. This unique beautiful 5 acres parcel is located along Goldsborough Creek in Mason County. The beautiful Goldsborough Creek is running through this property. It is a stream located just half miles from Shelton, in Mason County, in the state of Washington.Whether you’re fly fishing, spinning or baitcasting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and enjoy Goldsborough Creek running through your property. For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Washington Fish & Wildlife In the past 15 years, Goldsborough Creek has shown an increase in Coho salmon populations. The property is mostly wetlands with pockets of forests nearing old-growth conditions, and contains part of Goldsborough Creek – providing high-quality habitat for coho, steelhead and cutthroat.
Zoning: RR5-rural residential land.
Build on this Land: It has tons of wetland and recreational purpose only.