101 West 36th Place Kennewick Wa 99337 | Home For Sale

101 West 36th Place Kennewick Wa 99337 | Home For Sale Truly this is a great find for the rare 1/2 acre buyer with a budget. If you have looked there is nothing much that compares with this home. Inside you feel the charm and ambiance of Tuscan tones and out side the immaculate landscaping creates the feel of a small estate.The triple car garage and RV parking are the icing on the cake. If you miss this one you really lowered your target. Once you come you'll want to stay. Designer colors & details give a Tuscan touch of comfort. Create lasting memories in the remodeled kitchen & formal dining rm. Manicured grounds with carved out flower beds & a lawn that's as good as a fairway will grace your senses. Hide away in the over-sized master suite with walk-in closet. As always, we are here to serve you. Please call or email with questions. Colleen, 509.438.9344 or Joe, 509.308.5513

About Kennewick Washington Kennewick is a popular city in Benton County, Washington. Found near the Hanford Nuclear Site, Kennewick forms a third of the so called Tri-Cities, the other two cities being Pasco and Richland. The city has a population of 67,180 according to an April 2009 estimate by the Washington State's Office of Financial Management. This makes the city the most populous of all the three cities comprising the Tri-cities. Kennewick lies on the south western bank of the Columbia River a few miles south of the Columbia-Yakima Rivers confluence and is the seat of the Benton County following a successful bid in 1912 which resulted in the seat of the county being moved from Prosser to Kennewick. Officially incorporated in February 1904, Kennewick has history extending back to the 1800s during which it was connected to other cities by way of railroads and steam boats. Today, Kennewick is connected to the city of Pasco by the Cable and Blue Bridges that cuts across the Columbia River. Following the installation of water pumps and establishment of irrigation ditches by the Northern Pacific Irrigation Company in 1890s, agriculture thrived in the Kennewick area and became an important pillar for the Kennewick economy. The Hanford Nuclear Site was also instrumental in the growth of the city of Kennewick especially in the 20th century. With the establishment of the nuclear plant in 1943, Richland became the largest city in the Tri-Cities region. However, beginning the 1970s, Kennewick became the largest of them all with the establishment of the Columbia Center Mall which stimulated growth of Kennewick city. Kennewick has good transport network today comprising of roads and highways, railway, and the Tri-Cities Airport in the nearby Pasco city. The airport provides important commercial and private services in the Tri-Cities region. According to the Forbes magazine, Kennewick area ranks second in the United States for job growth after Yakima.


by Colleen Laneby Colleen Lane
The Lane Real Estate Team
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