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Homes for Sale, Richland WashingtonRichland: Full-service city
Located at the confluence of the Columbia and Yakima Rivers, Richland is a full-service city in Southeastern Washington, with a wealth of natural amenities and fabulous quality of life. The city provides police and fire protection, water, sewer, stormwater and garbage collection services as well as electric utilities, long- and short-range planning, parks and recreation programs, city street and public facility maintenance and full library services. Richland pursues community and economic development and offers housing assistance.

Bountiful harvests and vineyards
Agriculture is an important part of the Richland economy, with the Tri-Cities area of the Columbia Basin a rich source of excellent produce. Richland hosts an important

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Homes for Sale, West Pasco WashingtonWest Pasco attractions
West Pasco boasts of world-class sporting venues and a state-of-the-art events complex.

Sun Willows Golf Course
The 18-hole Sun Willows Golf Course features 6,715 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. It has a course rating of 72.0 and a slope rating of 117 on Blue grass. Designed by Robert Muir Graves, ASGCA, the Sun Willows golf course opened in 1959.

Gesa Stadium
Gesa Stadium is a 3,700-capacity, baseball-only stadium and home to the Tri-City Dust Devils minor league baseball team. In early 2007, the stadium underwent a renovation in which a 137-foot sunshade was constructed on the northwest-side of the stadium behind the right-field stands to help shade spectators on the left-field stands from the glare of the…
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Benton City Washington
Although located in the Eastern Washington sage “desert” area, Benton City is in a fertile, green bend of the Yakima River. This small, idyllic town has long Indian summers and moderate winters, with an average of 300 days of sunshine a year.

Described as “a little Tuscany”, Benton City has lots of privately-owned large and small irrigated orchards, vineyards, hayfields, pastures, and acreages. To the city’s west, offering breathtaking views, are the Red Mountain vineyards and wineries, a world-renowned, high-quality appellation and viticulture area. To the south is picturesque Horse Heaven Hills with its 1,800-foot ridge that beautifully slopes down to the river and orchards of apple, cherry, pear, apricot, and walnut. To the north is Rattlesnake…
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Homes for Sale, Burbank Washington
Burbank is a census-designated place (CDP) in Walla Walla County located east of Pasco and Kennewick, across the Snake and Columbia Rivers.

Named in honor of renowned botanist, horticulturist and pioneer agricultural scientist Luther Burbank, this small but lovely city is generally considered to be part of the Tri-Cities metropolitan area.

The modern, uncongested city of Burbank offers virtually year-round sunshine, lots of wide-open verdant spaces, mountains, rivers, riding and walking trails. Far from being a parochial, backwater town, Burbank is a modern, self-contained city with all the amenities, services and facilities of a big city. [continue reading]

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Homes for Sale, North Kennewick WashingtonNorth Kennewick Attractions
North Kennewick offers many attractions worth visiting.

Columbia Park
Columbia Park is a 400-acre recreational area with 4.5 miles of shoreline of the Columbia River. The park has a playground, family fishing pond, aquatic playground, train ride, boat launches, bandshell stage, picnic shelters, Kiwanis building, ropes course, Frisbee Golf course, an 18-hole privately run golf course, the Audubon Natural area, and barbecue facilities. [continue reading]

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East Benton County Historical Museum
Funded by local contributions and built in 1982, the East Benton County Historical Museum was designed by a local architect to showcase Washington State’s historic artifacts. It…
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Homes for Sale, South Richland WashingtonSouth Richland Attractions
South Richland offers many attractions for nature lovers, golf buffs and wine connoisseurs.

Meadow Springs Golf Course
Meadow Springs Golf Course is a fun 18-hole regulation course located at the Meadow Springs Country Club. From the longest tees, it features 6,957 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.3 with a slope rating of 132. Meadow Springs is a private equity facility golf course with a 'Accompanied By Member' guest policy. [continue reading]

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Badger Mountain Centennial Preserve
Located on the edge of Richland, the Badger Mountain Centennial Preserve provides a spectacular view of the Tri-Cities as well as the Columbia and Yakima rivers. A…
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Homes for Sale, South Kennewick WashingtonSouth Kennewick Attractions
South Kennewick boasts of various world-class sporting venues.

Canyon Lakes Golf Course
Arguably one of the best golf courses in the world, Canyon Lakes Golf Course is rated 4 ½ Stars by Golf Digest, making it the highest-rated golf course in the Tri-Cities, and shares the highest ranking in Washington State! It was chosen as the Best Golf Course in the 2013 People's Choice Awards making it the favorite golf course in the Mid Columbia/Tri-Cities area. Northwest Travel Magazine selected Canyon Lakes as one of the "18 of the Best in the Pacific Northwest." At a jaw-dropping 12,000 square feet, Canyon Lakes’ Hole #12 is considered the “Largest Green” in the Pacific Northwest. Hole #9 was selected as one of the Northwest's “Dream 18…
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Homes for Sale, North Richland WashingtonNorth Richland Attractions
North Richland offers many outdoor recreational attractions and a world-class museum.

Columbia Kayak Adventures
Columbia Kayak Adventures offers high-quailty sea kayak instruction and guided tours on the open rivers and lakes of the inland Northwest. The focus is on the Upper Columbia, the Snake, and Yakima Rivers, which all have numerous islands, beautiful cliffs, and plents of sun provide habitit to an endless variety of bird and wildlife. Columbia Kayak Adventures showcases the beauty of these hidden waterways while teaching the skills to explore them efficiently and safely. [continue reading]

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The Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and…
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Homes for Sale, West Kennewick WashingtonWest Kennewick Attractions
Southeastern Washington’s biggest mall and major convention centers are among the many attractions that can be found in West Kennewick.

Columbia Center Mall
Kennewick is Southeastern Washington’s retail hub, the focal point of which is the Columbia Center Mall. Since its grand opening in 1969, Columbia Center has undergone two major renovations. In 1988, the expansion opened anchors Sears and Lamonts (now Macy's Men's and Children's). The second in 1997 brought Barnes and Noble, Old Navy, plus a renovated 8-screen Regal Cinemas (Columbia Center 8). [continue reading]

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Toyota Center
Inaugurated in 1988, the Toyota Center is a multi-purpose arena with a seating capacity…
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Homes for Sale, West Richland WashingtonVibrant Community 
Located near the majestic Columbia River, West Richland is a vibrant community with a robust economy based on private industry and commerce. It is centrally located with easy access to all major
Northwest markets. The 22-square-mile city in Benton County has an extensive transportation system that includes air, highway, river barge, and railway. It is generally included in the Tri-Cities (for purposes of counting population, etc.).

West Richland is blessed with excellent natural amenities that provide world-class recreational opportunities including water-skiing, boating and picnicking. The city's integrated park system, rivershore and wide-open living spaces all add up to West Richland’s high quality of life. [continue reading]


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