$345,000 | 1300 Mazzard Avenue West Richland WA 99353 Home For Sale is a home with privacy and comfort. Located on the west side of West Richland, this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is close to hiking, shopping, but yet far enough from the highly trafficked areas to feel private and off the beaten path. Formal and informal living, a generous master bedroom suite that dramatically steps up to a four-piece bath. The island kitchen overlooks the family room to create an open room atmosphere. This 2119 square foot home features a 50-year fiber-cement exterior, prewired for network and surround, covered front porch, and extensive back patio. The home is within the school boundaries of some of Richland's best schools. An Open Home, at least a virtual one is available 24-7. Have a look! :) For property specs, go here. This home is under contract but taking backup offers.
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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION [back to top]
- MLS® #247204
- Price $350,000
- Bedrooms 4
- Bathrooms 3.00
- Full Baths 2
- Half Baths 1
- Square Footage 2,119
- Acres 0.28
- Year Built 2003
- Type Residential
- Sub-Type Single Family
- Style Other
- Address1300 Mazzard Ave
- Area Benton
- Subdivision CHERRY HIL
- City West Richland
- State: WA
- Zip Code 99353
- Utilities Appliances-Electric, Electric
- # of Garages 3
Attached, 3 car, Door Opener, Finished, Garage-3 Car
Attached, 3 car, Door Opener, Finished
- Fireplace Yes
- Fireplaces1, FP - Propane
Ceiling - Raised, Ceiling - Vaulted, Drps/Crtns/Blinds
Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal, Microwave Oven, Range/Oven, Refrigerator
Heat Pump - Heating, Heat Pump - Cooling
- Exterior: Concrete Board
- Exterior Features: Patio/Open, Bldg/Storage
- Roof: Comp Shingle
- Foundation: Concrete, Crawl Space
Located in City Limits, Corner Lot
Windows - Double, Windows - Vinyl
- District RICHLAND
- Zoning SINGLE FAMILY R
West Richland is a 22-square-mile (57 km2) city in Benton County, Washington, United States. The population was 11,811 at the 2010 census. The city is located within the Tri-Cities metropolitan area, which is centered around the cities of Richland, Kennewick, and Pasco (the Tri-Cities).
West Richland History
The original people of the region were the Chemnapum Indians (closely related to the Wanapum tribe), living near the mouth of the Yakima River. Lewis and Clark passed through the area in 1805, and an expedition of the Army Corps of Topographical Engineers headed by Robert E Johnson mapped the Yakima Valley in 1841.
In 1853, a road was authorized by Congress to pass through the Yakima valley, and passed through present-day West Richland - but settlement did not really begin until the late 1870s. The first schoolhouse was built in 1896 on the Van Horn Property just south of what is now Van Giesen Street. Benton County was created in 1905, Richland was incorporated in 1906, and the West Richland area was known as 'Lower Yakima'.
An irrigation canal from the north side of Horn Rapids Dam was built in 1908 to bring water into Richland.
The Yellowstone Trail, a national highway stretching from Albany, New York, to Seattle, was located through the Yakima Valley in 1917 and 1918. It crossed the Fallon Bridge between Richland and West Richland and then proceeded directly west to Kiona.
During the 1940s, the city of Richland was built, run and maintained by the War Department for the duration of the Manhattan Project. A number of residents had chafed at the government's regulations, and as a result many of them had moved across the Yakima River, where it was possible to purchase land and own (rather than rent) a house.
Carl Heminger purchased some 80 acres (320,000 m2) in 1948, and laid out plans for a city. It was proposed that it be named Heminger City (presumably after himself), but in 1949 the townspeople chose the name Enterprise instead. Heminger moved a mile down the road in protest, and platted a small community there called Heminger City. This was eventually incorporated in the West Richland City limits. When the time came in 1955 to incorporate the town, it was decided to rename to West Richland, taking advantage of the already well-known status of nearby Richland.
West Richland was officially incorporated on June 17, 1955, combining the two towns of Heminger City and Enterprise.
In 2008 West Richland was the location of the speed test for the fastest production car in the world (Aero SSC TT) at over 250 mph (400 km/h). -WikipediaPosted by Colleen Lane on