1957 Peachtree Lane, Richland WA Home For Sale | $418,000 | MLS #263226
This 1963 square foot single-family home has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms sporting a new roof and RV parking/boat. Across the street from the neighborhood park! One step inside and you'll fall in love with this classic style home conveniently located in South Richland close to freeways, shopping, recreation, and more! As you enter the home, you'll enter a split level with the living areas on the upper level, and the laundry room, bathroom, and bonus room on the lower level. On the main floor, the open concept kitchen looks out to the expansive family room where the large covered patio is steps away. This home has all the space you need and more! The fully fenced large backyard features mature trees, plenty of room for a garden, a large covered porch, and a hot tub. This home is under contract but accepting backup offers. For more information, please call or text Colleen @ 509.438.9344
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About Richland Washington
For many years, Richland was a small, sleepy farming village. Then in 1942, the federal government saw Richland’s remote location, abundant water supply and mild weather as the right combination it needed for a portion of its Manhattan Project. Modern-day Richland was born. Almost overnight, the village of 247 people developed into a federally owned town of 11,000 residents, nearly all of whom were employed at the Hanford Project. Thousands of workers from across the nation converged on the area surrounding Richland to construct facilities where plutonium for the world's first nuclear weapons would be created.
In 1958, Richland was incorporated as a chartered First Class City, transforming itself from a federally controlled Atomic Energy Community to a city governed by self-rule. Incorporation did not alleviate Richland's dependency on the federal Hanford facility. Rather, the city’s population continued to climb as Hanford transitioned into weapons production during the Cold War years. Now, many Richland residents are employed at the Hanford site in its environmental cleanup mission.
Through the years, Richland has become a full-service city, providing general government services including police and fire protection, water, waste, and electric utilities, parks and recreational activities, maintenance of city streets and public facilities, and library services. The city also pursues community and economic development and offers housing assistance. Source: City of RichlandPosted by Colleen Lane on