$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…
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It's Time For The Move
We all know that moving into a new neighborhood can be both an exhilarating and terrifying experience. That is why it is important, no matter which end of the emotional gamut you may find yourself at that you should focus on treating it as a positive experience.
First of all, remember that a tidy space with no mess is the best foundation for your new home. Deal with your clutter before you move and try not to bring it from your old home to your new home.[continue reading]
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Be careful when choosing the things that you will be bring to your new home. If you think you don’t really need it, then it’s time for you to part ways. It is crucial at this point, that you
Heritage Hills In Richland
Located west of the Columbia Park Trail, Heritage Hills is surrounded by well-established areas that have been part of the Tri-Cities for decades. Its strategic location provides easy access to shopping (Columbia Center Mall), restaurants (Sageport Grill, Kimo’s, R.F. McDougalls), entertainment and schools.
Heritage Hills is located within the Richland School District. Nearby schools are Badger Mountain Elementary School, Vista Elementary School, Desert Hills Middle School, and Kamiakin High School.
Richland, where Heritage Hills is located, is a full-service city providing police services, fire protection, water waste services, electric utilities, parks and recreational facilities and services, maintenance of city streets and
Candy Mountain in Richland
Candy Mountain is located in an area of Richland with lots of panoramic views of the Tri-Cities. It is strategically located with easy access to restaurants, shopping places and schools. There are numerous walking trails nearby. Candy Mountain is located within the Richland School District. The closest schools are White Bluffs Elementary School, Enterprise Middle School and Richland High School.
Richland, where Candy Mountain is located, is a full-service city providing police services, fire protection, water waste services, electric utilities, parks and recreational facilities and services, maintenance of city streets and public facilities, and full library services featuring a state of the art library operated by the city. The
Richland: 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
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 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…
Park Hills In Kennewick
Park Hills is located in Kennewick, a thriving city in beautiful Southeastern Washington State that continues to be at the forefront for statewide growth in almost every way.
The retail hub for Southeastern Washington, Kennewick benefits from a talented labor pool, steady job market and low cost of living. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, Kennewick has also become a major tourist attraction. Nestled in the heart of Washington wine country, Kennewick boasts over 160 wineries within a 50 mile radius. Kennewick’s location along the Columbia River provides a variety of recreational activities including world-class fishing, birding, bike trails and parks. [continue reading]
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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…
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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It doesn’t matter if you live in Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, or West Richland. The fact remains that finally owning the home of your dreams is one of the best goals you could ever achieve. However, the reality sets in a year after acquiring your home, as you’re faced with property taxes.
Many homeowners consider property taxes a burden, and for good reason. A recent study conducted by Zillow showed that a property owner in the United States pays an average of close to $2,800 in property taxes. That is approximately 1.4% of the owner’s home value each year. Given that property tax is based on the home’s value, you could expect homeowners to pay a higher amount while others may pay less. In addition, property tax values rise steadily as time goes by. In…