From the higher locations, no fence, road, or post can be seen all the way to the horizon. The highest mound casts a cool shadow, providing the place with uniquely private views to the north, west and south, as the tides of air roll in and go out with their time of day and night. After dark, the stars and constellations hang bright, moving across the sky until they disappear in the daylight. The place is not yet dedicated to anyone or thing save the seasonal planting of wheat and peas—and to conservation. Pheasant, fox, and a lone coyote hunt in the late fall stubble. The most exquisite thing of all, of course, is the slopes: they rise so gently that you can rest your head perfectly when you lie down on a blanket. It's still rather purely the wild west. There are no castle ruins, no cypress, no trees. Dig, and you only find more rich moist soil. Dig deeper, you'll find water. It's a place to make wine—or a gorgeous home. Like nowhere else in the world, unforgettable. Come learn more.
The property is privately on offer for sale. Seller would enter into a purchase-and-sale-agreement that is subject to the purchaser obtaining water rights prior to closing. Brokers are welcome to submit offers on behalf of their clients. Interested principals or their advisors and brokers are encouraged to contact the owner/seller by email at WallaWallaFarmLand@gmail.com.