Bird Hill Homes, West Richland Washington | The Community
The Bird Hill Community of West Richland Washington is a draw for many people because of the mature landscaping, ease of access to shopping, and because of its open spaces. The community is in close proximity to several shopping locations. Within a couple of miles of Bird Hill, is a Yokes grocery store, with several smaller businesses in the same shopping center. There is also a Wal-Mart, Target, Home Depot, and quite a few other businesses within five miles of the community. Within the Bird Hill community are several parks with playgrounds, grassy fields, and picnic areas.

Bird Hill Homes for Sale
Homes in the Bird Hill Community tend to sell from anywhere between $130,000 up to $230,000. These homes range in size from as little as 1,200 sq. feet to as big as 2000 sq. feet. The homes in the Bird Hill community were built as early as late 1970s up until the present.

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West Richland Washington
The city of West Richland is located in the southeastern corner of the State of Washington. West Richland is a part of the Tri Cities, which also includes Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco; technically West Richland would make four cities. The city’s population is nearing 50,000 residents. West Richland is part of the Richland School District; it has three elementary schools and a middle school. Surrounding West Richland are several outdoor recreational areas such as the hiking trails on Flat Top Mountain and Badger Mountain, biking/walking paths, and the water adventures that can be had on both the Columbia and Yakima River.

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Bird Hill, West Richland Washington

Posted by Colleen Lane on
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The prices are descent. How is the economy for a small town of 50,000? I have heard that Richland Schools are pretty good. I like the small town feel with the large town shopping.

Posted by housing crisis on Sunday, April 25th, 2010 at 7:27pm

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