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3.3 acres Kennewick, WA $1,100,000

3.3 acres Kennewick, WA

Benton County Farmers National Company Farmers National Company

Type: Commercial

LOCATED ON TRUCK ROUTE SR-397 - 1615 E Chemical Drive, Kennewick, Washington, 99337. 3.3-acres located in the industrial area of east Kennewick with multiple buildings on the property. There are five buildings with a total of 15,526 square feet of warehouse and 1,328 square feet of office space. The land is fully fenced with a 6 foot chain link fence and has two accesses onto the public highway. There are both a truck scale and a pick-up scale on site, loading dock and the lot is about 1/2 asphalt paved. The buildings are steel clear-span with metal siding and/or concrete tilt-wall. The property is serviced with city water and sewer. Power is from the Benton PUD and there is 3-phase power on site. The property has a 527-ft railroad spur with 2 switching points from BNSF. It is the only one listed for sale within at least 100 mile radius. For additional information, please contact Flo Sayre, Broker, at (509) 539-3161 or Nat Cruzen, Broker, at (509) 460-0526.

3.3 acres Kennewick, WA $1,100,000

3.3 acres Kennewick, WA

Benton County Farmers National Company Farmers National Company

Type: Commercial

LOCATED ON TRUCK ROUTE SR-397 - 1615 E Chemical Drive, Kennewick, Washington, 99337. 3.3-acres located in the industrial area of east Kennewick with multiple buildings on the property. There are five buildings with a total of 15,526 square feet of warehouse and 1,328 square feet of office space. The land is fully fenced with a 6 foot chain link fence and has two accesses onto the public highway. There are both a truck scale and a pick-up scale on site, loading dock and the lot is about 1/2 asphalt paved. The buildings are steel clear-span with metal siding and/or concrete tilt-wall. The property is serviced with city water and sewer. Power is from the Benton PUD and there is 3-phase power on site. The property has a 527-ft railroad spur with 2 switching points from BNSF. It is the only one listed for sale within at least 100 mile radius. For additional information, please contact Nat Cruzen, Broker, at (509) 460-0526 or Flo Sayre, Broker, at (509) 539-3161.

76 acres Benton City, WA $750,000

76 acres Benton City, WA

Benton County Farmers National Company Farmers National Company

Type: Acreage

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50 acres Benton City, WA $275,000

50 acres Benton City, WA

Benton County Farmers National Company Farmers National Company

Type: Acreage

BUILDABLE OR DIVISABLE FOR RURAL RANCHETTES - This property is situated in the Yakima River Basin about 10 miles west of Benton City, Washington. This is a historical farmstead overlooking the Yakima River and nested up against the basalt cliffs that hold in the warmer temperatures in the winter and spring. It is currently being used as pasture land. There is a total of 50+/- acres with water rights to 21.5 acres, of the total acreage about half of it is plantable. The remainder is rock cliffs and/or land on top of the bluff. With the stone cliff to the north of the crop land, the sunshine creates heat in the rocks and holds the temperatures well into the night creating an artificial heater that allows the crop to ripen earlier in the season or to hold longer without frost for later varieties. The land and location are best suited for tree fruits and grapes -- either juice or wine varieties. Additional details can be found on the flier. For additional information, please contact Flo Sayre, Broker, at (509) 539-3161 or Nat Cruzen, Broker, at (509) 460-0526.

0.13 acres Kennewick, WA $129,000

0.13 acres Kennewick, WA

Benton County Farmers National Company Farmers National Company

Type: Residential 3 Beds | 1 Bath

VINTAGE CHARM AND MOVE-IN READY - 514 S Hawthorne Street, Kennewick, Washington. All major appliances included in this move-in ready home. New carpets in living room and bedrooms. Curtains and blinds included. Home has newer roof and updated windows, metal siding and detached garage. Pride of ownership shows in this vintage home. Sellers have lived here almost 60 years. The yard is lovingly adorned with unique trees, shrubs, and flowers plus several bird houses and toad huts. Situated on a corner lot with mature trees for shade and backyard fencing. Home is in the Nob Hill Heights area, near the fairgrounds. For additional information, please contact Flo Sayre, Broker, at (509) 544-8944 or (509) 539-3161.

76 acres Benton City, WA $750,000

76 acres Benton City, WA

Benton County Flo Sayre Farmers National

Type: Acreage

76 acres of potential orchard or vineyard land located approximately 12 miles west of Benton City, WA, on the bench above the Yakima River. Property has stunning panoramic views of the Lower Yakima Valley, Horse Heaven Hills, Rattlesnake Mountains and on a clear day, Mt. Adams is beautiful! The property is situated in the highly productive fruit area of Benton County and is bordered on the north by apple orchards, on the west by wine grapes and in an area of intense fruit growing. With the gentle southern exposure and sitting above the basalt shelf, the potential for early cherries or other early blooming fruits is quite desirable. Adjacent to the south are the Bad Lands Lakes that accumulate runoff from the neighboring orchards and crop lands. Property has 50 acres of water rights from the ROZA Irrigation District with a pressurized system. Currently planted to alfalfa, there is 3.9 acre feet per acre for the 50 acres. Officials have indicated that additional acres can be irrigated with the current water source if the acreage is planted to 'permanent plantings' (i.e., grapes or trees) as they use substantially less water than row crops with drip system or under tree emitters. Irrigation is served to the property through older wheellines and a buried PVC mainline. Immediately to the west (approx 10 miles) is Prosser, WA, which is considered the "little Napa Valley of the Northwest" and is home to the Walt Clore wine Research Center. There are over 40 wineries within a 25-mile radius of this property and additional wine vineyards in three directions.
 
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