Make your dream a reality—build your home on 21 acres with this amazing view above the blue Columbia River and endless mountains. Spend your days and nights enjoying Chelan Falls and expansive open ranges. Live amongst the scent of pine trees and see sunsets out your front window every evening. Enjoy the exclusive privacy in your very own 21 acres of the world. Now is the chance to use your outdoor toys—you’ve got the space! Visit nearby larger cities of East Wenatchee and Bridgeport or the quaint nearby towns. Get active on Lake Chelan with scuba diving, fishing, boating and so much more! Visit local vineyards or Bear Mountain for day outings— possibilities are endless for activity or enjoying the simplicity of life. You’ve found your perfect place to enjoy every aspect of life in stunning beauty.
45 Rocky Rd, Orondo, WA 98843
Lot 62; Chelan Hills Ac. Tr
4000′ nearest hook up through Douglas Cty PUD
well to be installed
Mountainous and flat to build
Orondo is an unincorporated community in Douglas County, Washington, United States, located alongside the eastern part of the Columbia River. It is part of the Wenatchee–East WenatcheeMetropolitan Statistical Area. The area is well known for its robust agriculture industry, and produce fruits such as apples, cherries and pears. The name was derived from a mythical Great Lake Indian and was first settled in the late 19th century by late Washington politician, John B. Smith.
The Auvil Fruit Company is located in Orondo, which has introduce Granny Smiths, establishing M26 root stock, and fostering quality production of Fuji Apples in Washington state by the help of the founder, Grady Auvil.
The town supports one 76 gas station/convenience store named the “Orondo Market Place”, a U.S. Post Office, an Elementary school, and a multitude of fruit stands along U.S. Highway 97. Desert Canyon Golf course is also located and features a restaurant and accommodations.
Orondo thrives upon its agriculture and a community effort to provide quality education for its kids. A new elementary school, built in 1990, replaced the 1912 schoolhouse. If you’re in the market for a juicy tree fruit, the roadside stops along Orondo cannot be beat. Travelers heading north along Highway 97 “B” toward Lake Chelan are treated to rich scenery and abundant opportunities to sample the fruit of Orondo’s labors. Today, Auvil Fruit Company’s founder Grady Auvil is remembered as one of the pioneering leaders of the industry.
The quality of life in the Wenatchee Valley is unsurpassed, evident by a steadily increasing population and a strong, diverse economy. The area’s natural beauty and abundance of recreational opportunities are two of the many reasons people come to the Wenatchee Valley.
With an urban area consisting of 80,000 people, the region offers the perfect balance of larger city amenities with the relaxed and friendly environment of a smaller town. Residents and visitors escape from their everyday routines on the Apple Capital Loop Trail, a pedestrian and bicycle path that meanders along the banks of the Columbia River, crossing at two points and connecting the cities of East Wenatchee and Wenatchee. Along this developing waterfront you’ll find Pybus Public Market;a community gathering place with an excellent source of locally grown fruits and vegetables complimented by a quality selection of artisan and ethnic products.
Adjacent to the waterfront is beautiful historic downtown Wenatchee. Home to numerous small businesses you will find a truly unique shopping and dining experience.The area is a growing hub for all of North Central Washington serving a population base of over 250,000 people. The Valley economy is also closely tied to the Seattle Metro area given we are only a 2 ½ hour drive, or a short 20 minutes flight, over the beautiful Cascades Mountains.
What can’t you do here? Boat, swim, snorkel, SUP, waterski, scuba dive and more! Enjoy endless days just to east of your home. Lake Chelan is a 50.5-mile long lake in Chelan County, north-central Washington state. Before 1927, it was the largest natural lake in the state by any measure. Upon the completion of Lake Chelan Dam in 1927, the elevation of the lake was increased by 21 feet to its present maximum-capacity elevation of 1,100 feet. Two communities lie on the southern end of the lake, and a third sits at the far north end, providing a gateway to the North Cascades National Park. Visit the website to see all of the activities: https://www.lakechelan.com/