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21+ Private Acres To Build (1386984)
123 402nd St E ,Eatonville,Washington 98328
21.69Acres
$125,000
Build your dream home/estate on this private & peaceful 21.69 acres in the gated subdivision of Silver Lake Highlands. Access toTule Lakes, walking & riding trails. Power & phone to the site. 2 acres have been separated out for residential building site. Remaining acreage is in Timber Land status. 100% treed covered. Level to gentle slope. CCRs prohibit manufactured homes.
21+ Private Acres To Build (1386984)
123 402nd St E ,Eatonville,Washington 98328
21.69Acres
Build your dream home/estate on this private & peaceful 21.69 acres in the gated subdivision of Silver Lake Highlands. Access toTule Lakes, walking & riding trails. Power & phone to the site. 2 acres have been separated out for residential building site. Remaining acreage is in Timber Land status. 100% treed covered. Level to gentle slope. CCRs prohibit manufactured homes.
$125,000
21+ Private Acres To Build (1386984)
123 402nd St E ,Eatonville,Washington 98328
$125,000
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Beautiful Recreational Tract with Ponds
000 E Washington Hwy ,Monticello,Florida 32344
30.20Acres
$150,000
If you're looking for a small piece of paradise, this may be it. Located near the Upper Aucilla Conservation Area, this 30 acre parcel is set up and ready for hunting with two ponds, a two-acre food plot, mature pines, and a hunting shed. Bordered by over 400 acres of woods; deer, turkey, & small game abound.
Beautiful Recreational Tract with Ponds
000 E Washington Hwy ,Monticello,Florida 32344
30.20Acres
If you're looking for a small piece of paradise, this may be it. Located near the Upper Aucilla Conservation Area, this 30 acre parcel is set up and ready for hunting with two ponds, a two-acre food plot, mature pines, and a hunting shed. Bordered by over 400 acres of woods; deer, turkey, & small game abound.
$150,000
Beautiful Recreational Tract with Ponds
000 E Washington Hwy ,Monticello,Florida 32344
$150,000
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79.20Acres
$345,000
Sellers: Gerald and Debbie Voelker79.2 +/- Acres Washington County KS LandLegal Description: E 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec. 6 Twp.4 Rng.5 East of 6th P.M.Tract Info: Approx. 79.2 Acres with 78.08 DCP Cropland Acres the balance being clean waterways. The soil types are predominately Crete Silty Clay Loam soils with a some Mayberry Clay Loam. This tract is entirely class II and III soils.
79.2 +/- Acres Washington County KS Land
Barnes,Kansas
79.20Acres
Sellers: Gerald and Debbie Voelker79.2 +/- Acres Washington County KS LandLegal Description: E 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec. 6 Twp.4 Rng.5 East of 6th P.M.Tract Info: Approx. 79.2 Acres with 78.08 DCP Cropland Acres the balance being clean waterways. The soil types are predominately Crete Silty Clay Loam soils with a some Mayberry Clay Loam. This tract is entirely class II and III soils.
$345,000
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0.05 Acres for Sale in Kirkland, WA
128th Avenue Northeast ,Kirkland,Washington 98033
0.05Acres
$6,450
LC-1911-256862Lot Size: 0.05 acresCash Sale: $6,450 128th Avenue Northeast, Kirkland, WA 98033Deed Type: Grant DeedParcel: 332605-9220GPS: 47.690417, -122.
0.05 Acres for Sale in Kirkland, WA
128th Avenue Northeast ,Kirkland,Washington 98033
0.05Acres
LC-1911-256862Lot Size: 0.05 acresCash Sale: $6,450 128th Avenue Northeast, Kirkland, WA 98033Deed Type: Grant DeedParcel: 332605-9220GPS: 47.690417, -122.
$6,450
0.05 Acres for Sale in Kirkland, WA
128th Avenue Northeast ,Kirkland,Washington 98033
$6,450
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Missouri, Washington County, .20 Acre
Lot 1 Rogue Creek ,Potosi ,Missouri 63664
0.20Acres
$3,000
Rogue Creek Lot 1 .20 Acre Many weekenders come to enjoy the fishing, hiking and four-wheeling that is available to property owners. Our clubhouse is also available for rent to property owners and their guests. It should be noted that our amenities are available only to property owners in good standing and their invited guests. This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
Missouri, Washington County, .20 Acre
Lot 1 Rogue Creek ,Potosi ,Missouri 63664
0.20Acres
Rogue Creek Lot 1 .20 Acre Many weekenders come to enjoy the fishing, hiking and four-wheeling that is available to property owners. Our clubhouse is also available for rent to property owners and their guests. It should be noted that our amenities are available only to property owners in good standing and their invited guests. This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
$3,000
Missouri, Washington County, .20 Acre
Lot 1 Rogue Creek ,Potosi ,Missouri 63664
$3,000
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490 Acres/ Pushepatapa Cutoff Road / Washington Parish
Pushepatapa Cut- off Road ,Bogalusa,Louisiana 70427
490Acres
$1,102,500
490 Riverfront acres located on Pushepatapa Cut Off Road in Washington Parish. Property is situated on the Pearl River adjoining the MS/ LA state line and accessed just off of Hwy 10 outside of Bogalusa, LA. Great recreational property here with towering hardwoods throughout, trails, some food plots (but many places to open more up if needed), sandbars, and some great duck hunting areas.
490 Acres/ Pushepatapa Cutoff Road / Washington Parish
Pushepatapa Cut- off Road ,Bogalusa,Louisiana 70427
490Acres
490 Riverfront acres located on Pushepatapa Cut Off Road in Washington Parish. Property is situated on the Pearl River adjoining the MS/ LA state line and accessed just off of Hwy 10 outside of Bogalusa, LA. Great recreational property here with towering hardwoods throughout, trails, some food plots (but many places to open more up if needed), sandbars, and some great duck hunting areas.
$1,102,500
490 Acres/ Pushepatapa Cutoff Road / Washington Parish
Pushepatapa Cut- off Road ,Bogalusa,Louisiana 70427
$1,102,500
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Washington

The volcanic mountains of the Cascade Range are the dominant player in shaping Washington land. The imposing line of peaks run north-south and split the state in two. To the west more rain falls than anywhere in the continental United States; to the east annual rainfall is measured in single digits. About half of Washington is covered in forest; almost all of the trees that define the Evergreen State stand to the west of the Cascades.

The ranches and farms of Eastern Washington are among the most productive on the planet. Washington has led all states in apple production since the 1920s. It also produces the most sweet cherries, red raspberries and lentils. For those looking for vineyard property the state has 31,000 acres planted in grapes in the Walla Walla and Yakima valleys; only California exports more wine.

Water in this arid land is produced from over 100 dams. The angled, mile-wide Grand Coulee Dam, the largest concrete structure ever built in the United States, backs up the Columbia River for 130 miles into the slender Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake that is a magnet for boaters, fishermen and campers. There are 500 miles of accessible waterfront land along its shores.

In western Washington lumbering is such big business that some land sales come with free consultations with professional foresters. The rain forests of the Olympic Peninsula offer exhilarating outdoor opportunities, much of it never far from the uncrowded beaches of the Pacific Ocean.

Most of Washington’s population huddles around the Seattle metropolis on the shores of Puget Sound. Even so undeveloped land is never far away. Mount Rainier, the highest mountain in the Cascades, is only 54 miles away. With 26 glaciers it is the Lower 48’s most glaciated mountain; more than 75% of the glaciers in the continental Untied States are found in Washington’s North Cascades.

Frequently Asked Questions

Washington is the only state which is named after the U.S president. The state is separated by a huge volcanic mountain range called the Cascades which defines the differences between the west and east Washington. While the west receives the highest rainfall in the country the east receives rainfall measurable in a single digit. The west is mostly covered in trees which makes up half of the state. This has earned the state the title of “Evergreen State”. The east is considered to be the most productive land in the world.

Some Facts About Washington

  • The state produces the highest number of apples.
  • It has more glaciers than all the other 48 states combined.
  • 60 percent of the state’s population lives in Seattle.
  •  Microsoft Corporation is in Redmond and Medina is home to its founder, Bill Gates.
  • The first ice cream machine for soft serve was in Olympia at Dairy Queen.
  • Zillah has the oldest gas station still operating in the U.S
  • Starbucks was founded in Seattle.
  • Puget Sound was among the first regions to develop heavy industries during both the World Wars. Boeing Company was established during this era and became an icon.
  • Amazon.com, Whitepages.com, Marchex, and Classmates.com were all started in Washington.
  • The 1st tax levied in this state was the property tax which makes up about 30 percent of the state’s revenue.
  • It has 16 state airports
  • Cranium, Pickle-ball, and Pictionary were invented in this state.
  • 3 US Navy ships are named after this state.

What Are The Benefits Of Buying Land In Washington?

Buying land in Washington is as easy as selling it. The prices of the land go up within no time sometimes even overnight. You just have to be careful in investing in the right property at the right time. Whether you want to just own a property as an investment or want to develop a property to rent it, you should always be in profit in Washington if you invest wisely. If you only want to own a piece of land here then you’ll need to budget for property taxes.

Is Washington A Good State To Live In?

About 60% of the state’s population lives in Seattle as it is the most developed area there. However, living in closer-by counties like Renton, Olympia, Vancouver, Bellevue, Redmond, Bellingham, and Tacoma are also great options. Along with being one of the leading agricultural states in the U.S, this state has leading industries like aircraft, lumber, telecommunications, and computer software companies in abundance. The state has good educational institutions and a lot of recreational activities to be enjoyed. It is a great place to live in but can be a little costly in some areas.

What Is The Weather Like In Washington State Year-Round?

Washington’s weather is divided into 2 climate zones due to the Cascade ranges. The west region of the Cascades has mild summers with humidity and cold winters. The temperature does not go over 79 degrees Fahrenheit in summers and in the winters it does not drop below 46 degrees Fahrenheit. This region experiences frequent drizzle, cloud cover, and fog with an annual snowfall of 200 inches. The east of the Cascades has cool winters, warm summers, and snowfall of only 6 inches.

What Is Land Worth In Washington?

Washington state is not among the cheapest states to live and buy land. The average value of land per acre is around $17,000. A mere 6 percent of the land in this state is developed but it makes up for over half of the total value of the state.

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