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Ben Sinner
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$365,000 0.11 acres
120 Main Street, Waitsburg, Washington 99361 - Walla Walla County


Ten years ago, three Seattle chefs opened a gumbo joint in the tiny wheat town of Waitsburg, 20 miles north of Walla Walla. Crawfish touffe, Jambalaya and barbecued shrimp? South your mouth? It seemed so quirky and random townsfolk swore it must be a practical joke. But the presentation, flavor and awesomeness of this food was no laughing matter. With everything being made in house, from Gumbo to the bread on their Muffuletta sandwich, the owners poured heart and soul into every bite made. The locals loved it! Laisses du bon temps rouler! Must all good things come to an end? Retirement plans are presenting an opportunity. The southern-themed restaurant that helped put Waitsburg on the map and built a cult follo
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Contact for Price 1.22 acres
Walla Walla, Washington 99362 - Walla Walla County

The Brik Bar and Grill

Travel + Leisure lists Walla Walla Valley as one of 50 best places to visit in the world. Walla Walla draws 60,000 +/- tourists every year. 3,000 +/- acres of vineyards and 140 +/- wineries generate millions in yearly revenue. This offering provides 53,000 +/- sq. ft. of prime commercial property and is close to more national retail operators than any similar site offered in the region. Heaviest traffic counts in Walla Walla: 20,000 +/- vehicles per day on road adjacent to North side of property, 13,000 +/- vehicles per day on road adjacent to West side of property. Two contiguous parcels: One is .79 +/- acres and the second is .43 +/- acres, totaling 1.22 +/- acres. The seller will only sell parcels together, as this ass
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$1,400,000 18.44 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1500 sqft
Vineyard Way, Kettle Falls, Washington 99141 - Stevens County

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We've been fortunate to represent a vast array of Northwest wine industry properties to worldwide buyers, but never did we imagine marketing a vineyard growing on the shores of Lake Roosevelt. No one would automatically think of planting a vineyard and developing a retail winery in this very special location, except for the founders and long-time proprietors of this marvelous place to spend a day, a month, or the rest of your life. Welcome to China Bend, an 18.44 +/- acre property that will sooth your soul, inspire you with beautiful surroundings resplendent with a winery, adorable B&B and people you will call friends for life. Location, location, location takes on new meaning when you drive in under a large canopy of trees to a wo
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$3,368,000 254 acres
Quincy, Washington 98848 - Grant County

Rd 4 NW Farm Grant County WA

Rd 4 NW Farm is comprised of 254.20 +/- total acres under circle irrigation. The property is located approximately 7 miles Southwest of Quincy, in Grant County, off Rd 4 NW and is contiguous with the Quincy Lakes Wildlife Area, a 15,266 acre protected habitat that highlights layers of exposed basalt in isolated mesas, stair stepped benches, box canyons and potholes filled with water that seeps from the adjacent highly productive farmland of the Quincy Basin. Area climate is typically dry and warm with abundant water provided through federal water rights from the Columbia Basin Project. Federal water is provided from late March to the end of October. This is reliable, clean and economically acceptable water for farm operations. C
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$1,990,000 0.75 acres
500 West Main Street, Walla Walla, Washington 99362 - Walla Walla County

Columbia Valley AVA Winery

This winery is positioned for an entry level buyer new to the business, or someone looking to expand with acquisition of a recognized brand. Established by an industry respected Central Washington family, the winery contracts quality fruit from well managed vineyards in the region. Their wine maker, known for crafting award winning wines, has achieved continual success in obtaining excellent scores and equally important, wines served in restaurants like El Gaucho in Seattle and Portland plus many other similar venues, all credited with building wine club and retail sale customers. The offering includes the facility in a high visibility/traffic area with additional contiguous acreage for facilities or event expansion, a thriving win
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$850,000 0.11 acres
North 2nd Avenue, Walla Walla, Washington 99362 - Walla Walla County

Its all about the taste

Contours, curves, rough patches, depth, texture, viscosity, liveliness, minerality, length and finish are all descriptions about a wines taste. To obtain great taste Barons understands a key principle; great tasting wines are first made in vines. Which is why 18 years ago they visited 20 vineyards sampling hundreds of different wines. Many tasted good. But none provided the taste they were seeking. Then a call confirmed their last appointment for the day. So off they drove arriving tired, dusty and hot. They poured, swirled, sniffed, sipped, savored and spit the first sample out. Excitement built. Nirvana, euphoria, heaven. It was the taste desired. They found their first vineyard. From day one Barons has been dedica
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Contact for Price 3.55 acres
2919 East Isaacs Avenue, Walla Walla, Washington 99362 - Walla Walla County

East Issacs Avenue

The space in which you and your employees work is part of your overall brand, it says something about you. We call it ambience and while often overlooked it has a big effect on your image, reputation and work productivity. When evaluating commercial properties to lease key considerations include proximity to major roads, facility size for current needs, availability to handle future growth, number of parking spaces on property and location of nearby vendors / suppliers. Over the years we have identified several key points to analyze: location, condition of structure, cost and type of lease which may be a deductible expense, plus building amenities and energy optimization. We are happy to report this offering, located in a premi
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$597,660 170 acres
Detour Rd, Walla Walla, Washington 99362 - Walla Walla County

Dry land wheat farm

Excellent dry land wheat ground just off Detour Road. 170 +/- acres in three contiguous pieces. These fertile land parcels will not be sold separately. Sitting up on a plateau, and consisting of relatively flat terrain that is raised significantly above the surrounding area, this productive wheat ground has the added bonus of potential development with proper planning and government approval. Exclusively offered by The WestOne Group, please contact us for additional information. This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
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Contact for Price 770 acres
Loney Road, Walla Walla, Washington 99362 - Walla Walla County

770 Acres CRP Development Farm

Located a close 10 minutes from Walla Walla, is this unique investment opportunity. Known nation wide for great farm land that historically produces grain crops at very high yields per acre, more recently Walla Walla County has become even better known for the marvelous wine grapes produced in a variety of soils throughout the region. Wine grapes leading Washington to its current success as a renowned wine region second only to Napa Valley. Search for vineyards in the region and you will discover its productive land was previously planted to grain grown in this spectacular farm region. A place where over 150 wineries co-exist and thrive at the foot of the beautiful Blue Mountains. Thanks to sellers with vision, this 770 +/- acre pr
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Contact for Price 173.43 acres
Mattawa, Washington 99349 - Grant County

Wahluke Slope Vineyard

Located in south central Washington, centered around the community of Mattawa, Wahluke Slope AVA is one of the warmest regions in the state. Desert heat with abundant water creates excellent conditions for growing quality wine grapes. Known primarily for red grape varieties and particularly Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah, their grapes tend to be full-bodied and ripe with pure flavor. It is not surprising vineyards in this area have created wines with high accolades. Wine Enthusiast awarded a 100 point rating to a wine. Wine Spectator named a wine from Wahluke Slope Wine of the Year in 2009. Wahluke Slope Vineyards consists of two parcels which together total 173.43 +/- acres of mature vineyards. Parcel
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