Lots of Real Estate Options

Whether you are looking for a summer vacation home, acreage for a hunting retreat, or a place to raise your family, consider Ferry County. Would you love a small-town atmosphere and country lifestyle? Want to get away from it all? Whatever your needs, we can help you find a place to call your own.

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Diana Brown moved to the area from California in 1999 and has become a true "north country" convert. She extensively researched her move to Washington state and choose Ferry County because of its unspoiled beauty and small population. She has been in the real estate profession since 1991 and loves to help folks find the perfect place.

Jim Pruitt has been coming to Ferry County since he was a young boy as his grandparents owned property here. He is well versed in the history of the area and specializes in acreage, lots, hunting retreats and raw land. An avid outdoorsman, he is especially attuned to the needs of hunters and sportsman. Jim has been an agent since 2004.

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Ferry County Real Estate

Brown Bear Real Estate will help you find the perfect home or acreage in Ferry County, WA. From the quaint all-american town of Republic to the shores of Curlew Lake, you'll be surrounded by an outdoor wonderland where wildlife outnumber residents.

About Ferry County

Ferry County is located in the northeast of Washington state. While it's among the largest in land mass, it has one of the smallest populations. In fact, according to the last census, there are less than 7600 people in Ferry County.

Presently there's less than 20% privately owned land in the county with the majority of land being held by the National Forest, Bureau of Land Management and Department of Natural Resources.  So, unless the state or federal government decides to sell their holdings, it's likely to remain as pristine as it was 100 years ago. 

Outdoor Lifestyle

Ferry County has little infrastructure with no malls nor fast food restaurants. On the contrary, there are many lakes and streams with clear, crisp water that make it a world-class fishing destination. There's a wide variety of parks, resorts, small airstrips, and recreational areas in which to enjoy all four seasons.

Need to Get Out Once in a While?

Any number of entertaining options can be found in beautiful British Columbia (north), Okanogan County (west) or Stevens County (east).  These locales offer shopping, movies, fine dining and other amenities that more populated areas can offer. Although you'll certainly enjoy visiting these neighbors, you'll be glad when its time to "come home" to Ferry County.