158904 West North River Road Prosser158904 West North River Road ProsserHorse Property at 158904 W North River Road Prosser, WA 99350 Home For Sale | $385,000. | MLS #251017

Perfect Prosser horse property for sale with beautiful views everywhere including panoramic views of Horse Heaven Hills. 1512 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with a welcoming open floor plan. 5 acres with plenty of storage for everything needed to include a 24 x 36 pole building that has a two-bay area plus a shop, pump house with storage, lean-tos for cows or horses, arena, round pen, garden area, and sprinklers in the pasture. All the panels will stay with the property. The yard is fenced with a very nice patio in the back to enjoy having a cup of coffee in the morning.  For inquiries, viewings, or showings, please call or text Colleen Lane @ 509.438.9344  THIS HOME IS SOLD!

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  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2.00
  • Full Baths 2
  • Square Footage 1,512
  • Acres 5.00
  • Year Built 1999
  • Type Residential
  • Sub-Type Manufactured Home
  • Style Manufactured - Own
  • Status Active


  • Address158904 W North River Rd
  • Area Benton
  • Subdivision OTHER
  • City Prosser
  • State WA
  • Zip Code 99350


  • Utilities Appliances-Electric, Electric
  • # of Garages 1
  • Garages Detached, RV Parking-Open


Detached, RV Parking-Open, Garage-1 Car


  • Roof Comp Shingle
  • Foundation Crawl Space, Concrete Runners


Bldg/Loafing Shed, Fencing/Enclosed, Sprinkler, Cattle Set-Up, Bldg/Barn(s), Bldg/Shop, Bldg/Storage, Corrals, Fencing/Partial


Animals Allowed, Fruit Trees, Located in County, Residential Acreage, View


Windows - Double, Windows - Vinyl


  • District PROSSER


  • Zoning Residential Agriculture

About Prosser Washington
Prosser (/ˈprɑːsər/) is a city in and the county seat of Benton County, Washington, United States. Situated along the Yakima River, it had a population of 5,714 at the 2010 census.

Prosser was long home to Native Americans who lived and fished along the river. They called the area "Tap tut", which can be translated into the English word, "rapids." Colonel William Farrand Prosser first surveyed the area in 1879, then claimed homestead in 1882. The Northern Pacific Railroad laid tracks through the area two years later. A town plat was filed by Colonel Prosser in 1885, and in 1886 he was elected Yakima County Auditor. He moved to North Yakima to attend to these duties, and never returned to the town that he founded. Lewis Hinzerling built a flour mill at Prosser falls in 1887, encouraging further settlement of the area. The first irrigation canal was completed in 1893 by the Prosser Falls Land and Irrigation Company. Prosser was officially incorporated in 1899 with a population of 229 people. In 1905, Benton County was carved out of the eastern portions of Yakima and Klickitat Counties. The new town of Prosser was chosen as county seat. In 1907 a power plant was added and began delivering electricity to the town. The following year, a new high school was built, followed a year later by a telephone exchange. In 1910 the city received a grant from the Andrew Carnegie for a public library. Throughout the 1910s and 1920s various companies drilled in this area for oil and natural gas. There were no large findings and the Great Depression put an end to exploration. On November 5, 1912, Benton County voters held a referendum to move the county seat from Prosser to either Kennewick or Benton City. Intense rivalry and war of words between Benton City, Kennewick, and Prosser preceded the vote. Despite getting a majority of the vote, Kennewick did not receive 60 percent of the vote as required by law. To date, Prosser remains the county seat. In 1919, Washington State College (later WSU) established the Irrigation Experiment Station at Prosser. The program's mandate is to study the problems faced by farmers, orchardists, and ranchers in the dry central part of the state. The station originally employed scientists from the college in Pullman, who partnered with scientists from the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The station is still currently in use, and offers a number of agricultural education programs. Prosser at one point had three newspapers, which were consolidated in the 1920s into the Prosser Record-Bulletin, and a permanent courthouse was built in 1926. The Benton County Historical Museum was dedicated in 1968. In more recent years, Prosser's location on a major river (the Yakima) and highway access has encouraged a growing wine business and associated tourist industry. Several Prosser wineries are located within the Yakima Valley appellation.

Prosser is located near the eastern end of the Yakima Valley at 46°12′25″N 119°45′56″W (46.206921, -119.765612). It is 665 ft above sea level. One river, the Yakima River, runs through it. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.53 square miles (11.73 km2), of which, 4.49 square miles (11.63 km2) is land and 0.04 square miles (0.10 km2) is water. The former community of Kinneyville is now a neighborhood fully contained within Prosser. The city has the ZIP code 99350. -Wikipedia

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