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The outlying towns of Eastern Washington get a bad rep for being rural, small, and a little wild, especially as you near the Idaho border.  A collection of just such towns are sprinkled along the Pend Oreille River just north of the Kalispel Tribal Lands.  They're rural, extremely small (barely a few hundred in each town)...

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Buildable lot in the desirable Lake Tapps community of Lakeridge. Water service and meter box on lot. Rights to Lake Tapps community parks. On paved county road. Front faces east. No neighbors on the back-end. Trail cut in to rear line. Walk any time. Right across from 41st St. Ct. E. Should be an easy build!...

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Just 4 mile from the entrance to Mt Rainier National Park you will find this 17 acre site waiting for your summer adventures. Walk to the Nisqually River or take a few Minute drive to fish Skate Creek. There is Hunting & Fishing everywhere. Phenomenal views looking west of the Nisqually River valley. Camp now and build in 2...

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Wonderful 30 Acres--2 Parcels on a county road, close to town. Hall Creek runs through the property. If you are looking for peace and quite this is it....

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Land and Home for Sale! 58607 North River Road, Benton City, Washington. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL SETTING! 20+ acres fronting on the Yakima River with a custom home, shop for the guys, barns and fencing for the livestock, and a stunning panoramic view! And, it is ready to go! Located north of Benton City on North River Road, it is...

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Riverfront property on LeClerc in Ione. 1 Acre on the River and 19 just across the street. Wonderful open areas within the trees. Drive right in and enjoy. At one point seller did have PUD place a box on the 1 Acre piece to power a trailer but never used it. Build, recreation, whatever you desire. Beautiful views from the t...

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Hunters Paradise!! Wonderful setting in the wilderness with Cedar Creek running through property. This 35+ AC is only minutes from Ione and yet is secluded. Wild life galore. Dont miss out on this beautiful piece of ground....

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This is a prime investment property, very unique as it is an opportunity zone, can be in a free trade zone, is approved for new market tax credits , has a "Through the Fence Agreement" (allows direct access to the end of the runway) and is fully serviced with all utilities, rail and the nations lowest electrician power rate...

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Pomeroy, Washington isn't much of anything as far as towns go.  It's a little bitty dot on the map where you can get an afternoon bite at a local bar, fuel up, and get back on the road.  But what surrounds this almost-ghost town is thousands of acres of stellar hunting and recreational opportunity. This is a strong farmin...

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Spectacular Hood Canal view with over 200" of saltwater beach. Large building pad cleared with direct access from Highway 101. Remove some trees and get a sweeping 180-degree view of the Hood Canal. Power is already on the lot.  Hood Canal is a fjord forming the western lobe, and one of the four main basins, of Puget So...

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LHR4000 is one of the largest parcels of urban-proximity waterfront property in Washington State w/4000+ acres and approximately 5.5 miles of undeveloped lakefront. The property has existing water rights of 3,000 gallons per minute w/multiple withdrawal points. Zoning is RR1. Would be a great Master Planned Community. 3 Piv...

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Divided by Rocky creek, this 20 acres has legal access on both sides. The W side is covered in Commercial timber with possible Mt view and the E has meadows with scattered timber. Either side provides lots of privacy in this gated community. Access to Tule lake filled with bass & trout, or fish Tanwax creek. Several parks a...

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This 155 acre wonderland backs up to thousands of acres of state land to explore at y our leisure. It includes 80 acres of 34 year old Douglas fir timber and 75 acres of recently planted Douglas fir. Close to town, it sets on a quiet rode with power & phone. Watch the Eagles sore and the deer graze from your front porch, wh...

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Tired of looking at junk lots? This square six acre site has a completed septic design ready for submittal, access to community water, completed and approved drainage and SEPA report . Gopher study is complete and there are no wetlands. To top it off it's flat as a board. It's located in a quiet country setting just South o...

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On a clear day you can see forever from this 3,915 acre ranch nestled between the Kettle River and Lake Roosevelt. Ranch boasts 32 parcels, aprx 160 ac in hay, income from cell tower lease, trophy deer, elk, bear, & most game birds, 4 homesteads from the 1800's, a farm house, foreman's house, barn, springs, large pond, plus...

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Spectacular view from all directions! Excellent building pad near paved street with water, power & fiber. Gated high-end community. Wine tasting & gourmet restaurants. Outdoor recreation everywhere, boating, fishing, biking, snowmobiling, hiking. Top of the world feeling throughout this beautiful gated ridgetop community of...

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Property is located in the “heart” of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project with excellent water, soils and productivity. Location next to other orchards and permanent plantings, makes this unit attractive for those looking for good orchard ground. Gradual easterly slope shows a 50 to 70 ft elevation change from the wes...

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Own a piece of the best orchard land in Franklin County! 210+ acres of prime orchard land planted to apples, cherries, and blueberries. Some in transition to organic (30 acres) and some traditional crop. There is a mixture of re-grafted trees, high density, trellised, and new plantings in the apples. Gala, Reds, Pink, Fujis...

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Property is a productive wheat farm in western Whitman County with a seven year proven winter wheat yield of 75 bushels. Can be used either in a winter wheat - fallow rotation or in a three year rotation. Soil types consist of Athena silt loam, Covello silt loam and Calouse silt loam. Approximately 62.4% of the soil is cons...

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Washington Land for Sale

When you talk about Washington, many people immediately assume that you are talking about the nation's capital, Washington D.C. If they do realize that you are talking about the state, they are likely picturing its largest city, Seattle, since almost 60% of the state's residents live in the Seattle metropolitan area. But the state, named after the country's first president, is so much more than Seattle. Its diverse topography, tremendous economy, and breathtaking views make the state a great place to buy or build.

Along with being known as the birthplace of grunge music, Washington has been featured in many popular movies and has produced talents like Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain. The state has two major sports franchises, the Seattle Mariners and 2014 Superbowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks. Popular attractions include the Seattle Space Needle and the San Juan Islands.

Agriculture and forest products are key sectors in Washington's economy

Washington ranks as the 18th largest state with over 46 million acres of land. The diverse climate makes the state a great place to grow many different crops. Washington is the top producer of apples, sweet cherries, and raspberries. It is estimated that three out of every five apples eaten originated in Washington. In 2016, Washington's top crops were apples, milk, potatoes, and cattle. In fact, the only other state that produces more potatoes than Washington is Idaho. In 2016, the state produced $10.6 billion in agriculture.

There are over 1700 forest-related industries in Washington state. This contributes to over 101,000 jobs and a business income of $28 billion per year, generating $175 million in state and local taxes. The Washington Department of Commerce believes that the industry will only continue to grow.

Washington is home to some of the biggest players in tech and manufacturing

Washington state is finally starting to gain some recognition for being a generator of innovation and economic growth. In 2017, CNBC named the state the nation's top spot for business, citing an economy that grew at almost 2.5 times the national rate. This comes as no surprise to residents as some of the biggest companies in the world got their start in Washington. Amazon, one of the world's largest retailer's calls Seattle home. Microsoft has its headquarters in Redmond, and Costco’s headquarters is in Issaquah. These companies, along with other major employers like Boeing and Starbucks contribute to a strong economy and provide thousands of jobs to residents. Thanks in part to these companies, Washington has the fourth highest hourly wage in the country at $20.87 per hour.

With no personal income tax and no corporate income tax, buyers can spend more of their income on real estate. The housing market is very competitive in the state, with the real estate market expecting a 1.1% growth in 2019, but thanks to a market cool down in the fall, prices have become more affordable for buyers.

It's a beautiful place to live

The Pacific Northwest is often described as one of the most beautiful areas in the world. Thanks to its snow-capped mountain ranges, gorgeous rivers, and dense forests, the state is a sought-after destination for travelers and adventure seekers. The state is home to the Cascade Mountain Range and five active volcanoes. In southern Washington, residents can enjoy views of Washington's most famous volcano Mt. St. Helens, while further residents will see the state's tallest peak Mt. Rainier. There is also plenty of real estate available on Washington's Pacific coast.

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