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80 acre hunting ranch FILLED with deer, elk, moose, cougar, bear, turkey, and other game. Power, well & septic are present & hooked up. (Home is a tear-down and given no value.) Building pad near end of county road at south side of property facilitates construction of a new home with off-grid and solar power options if desi...

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Very choice 158 acre timberland tract within 2 miles of I-5 and just 25 miles North of Metro Portland, OR. Beautiful Columbia River and territorial views make this an excellent opportunity for residential large lot development and strategic timber farming. An easy drive from North or South via paved county roads. Well bui...

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Affordable Entiat acreage. Views of the Entiat Valley and Entiat River. Parcel does not have legal or physical access....

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60 acres of peace and quiet. This Entiat acreage is bordered on three sides by DNR land. Secluded spot for a remote cabin, hunting camp or ORV use. Parcel does not have legal or physical access....

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Approximately 12 acres located in the Strawberry Hills area, within City of Elma boundaries. Zoned General Residential would allow for potential subdivision. Power, phone, and water close by. Merchantable timber with some potential value....

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Very choice large acreage tract in North Clark county with excellent location and an ideal generational timber holding or family estate. Excellent access directly from paved county road and good gravel interior road system to all areas of the property. Expansive areas of level land, rolling to easy sloped topography throu...

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51.3 +/- acre Little North River frontage tract with homesite potential located within a 7 minute drive of the City of Cosmopolis. The tract lies between the Little North River and State Route 107 and has a long, irregular shape. The land consists of 16 +/- acres of young Douglas fir reproduction with the balance in the rip...

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Excellent investment opportunity. Close-in rural location in SE Clark County near popular Camas and Washougal communities. Well located within 15 minutes of PDX and Portland, OR. Established county road to the property established gravel road access into the property and electric service at the county road. Well managed...

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Brender Creek get-away. 160 acre mostly forested parcel just a half mile from a paved county road. Property lies along the upper reaches of Brender Creek. Excellent opportunity for recreational parcel - hunting, camping, ORVs or maybe even a cabin....

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What a rare find! Beautiful 431+/- acres of timberland. Internal roads are in good condition, has a nice varied age timber stand and potential for residential development. Located close to Mt St Helens and many recreational opportunities in the area. Buyer to verify all requirements with county for residential use. Gated a...

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Approximately 32 acres with frontage on Longbell Rd in Mossyrock, WA. This property boasts level to low lying terrain surrounded by merchantable timber aged 36-45 years. The beautiful Winston Creek winds it's way through the land creating a tranquil setting and allowing around .50 miles of creek frontage. Various waterfowl ...

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111 +/- forestland investment property with homesite potential located about 4 miles north of the City of Elma. The property consists of 15 +/- year old Douglas-fir reproduction. Site I and II soils. The property has a varied topography. There is full legal access, including utilities, from the Powers Creek Forest Reser...

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Ideal timberland investment property with opportunities for recreation in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge . Pristine 505 acres very near the popular Skamania Lodge Resort. Keep the property as it is and have your own private recreational paradise, which boasts three sizable ponds and an amazing lookout perch with ma...

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Over 250 acres situated east of Bucoda and south of Rainier. Full frontage along Johnson Creek Road with Johnson Creek meandering through the entire east side of the property! Gentle topography lends itself to building sites with nice territorial views! Power and phone in street. LTF zoning. Could make for excellent re...

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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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103 +/- timberland tract with homesite potential is located along Smith Creek Rd. and a 20 minute drive northeast of the City of Raymond. This investment quality tract has a vigorous stand of mostly 29 +/- year old Douglas-fir reproduction. Hi-site soils and a varied topography. There is good access from along Smith Cree...

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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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