You’ll want to take a closer look at this 1920 smaller home that sits on 2.42 acres in Washburn, North Dakota. There are 2.42 acres with this property with space to build a new home that overlooks Washburn to the West. The home has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 576 square feet, and sits on a 2.42-acre lot. The cabin was built in 1920. This 1920 home has a property with space to build a new home that overlooks Washburn to the West. This home is small but the lot is huge. This smaller home has two bedrooms, a full bath, and an open living space area. It’s easy to imagine the possibilities in the future with this home for sale. This North Dakota home has so much to love, it might be small in size but it’s nicely finished with everything you need. This is an excellent opportunity to build the home or life of your dreams. You’ll want to take a closer look at the home and 2.42-acre property.
Opportunity Awaits. This quaint little house has so much to offer. In 2022 the seller updated many items such as a new roof, new flooring, updated kitchen, updated bathroom, freshly painted inside and out, new water heater, updated wiring throughout the home, and the furnace was rebuilt. This little home sits on 2.4 acres right in the middle of town. This lot has enough room to build a house, shop, multi-family units, and so much more. This home won’t last long.
Washburn has played a vital role in North Dakota tourism since before North Dakota was a territory. Beginning with some of the first visitors (Lewis and Clark), Washburn area residents (Sakakawea) have extended a friendly hand while sharing with guests the sights and sounds of this Missouri River community. Lewis and Clark wintered at nearby Fort Mandan on their way to the Pacific Ocean, and you can learn all about the expedition at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and reconstructed Fort Mandan along the river. If you prefer to be on the river, there is access to boating, kayaking, or fishing. For sportsmen and women, Painted Woods Golf Course recently expanded to 18 holes along Painted Woods Creek. Tee times are easy to get.
The Sakakawea Scenic Byway begins (or ends) in Washburn and its route west of town takes visitors on bluffs above the sweeping bends in the river as it makes its way north toward Lake Sakakawea. The McLean County Historical Museum tells the history of the area, including that of the Sioux Ferry, which is on display by the river. The Henry Lorentzen Western Art Gallery is open by appointment and features original works by the artist. Cross Ranch State Park its 5,000-acre nature preserve is across the river from the town of Washburn. The annual bluegrass festival and quiet camping, including yurts, are available there. Dining options in Washburn include Cafe 77 on Main Street and Dakota Farms Restaurant and Captain’s Cabin on Highway 83.