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7.11 Acres | Located in Yakima County, WA

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Discounted Cash Price

$29,950 $38,000
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Owner Financing Price

$400 For 60 Months
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Description

7.11-acre lot surrounded by beautiful mountain views located in Yakima Ranches Subdivision. Site-built or manufactured homes are allowed. RVs and mobile homes are not allowed. Approximately 681 ft. of road frontage. One home per parcel. Local schools, medical and shopping needs are all located within less than 10 miles from the property in the city of Yakima. Enjoy the mountain views from afar or seek out adventure with skiing, mountain climbing, or hiking. Several lakes and parks are nearby. Power at the street. Well and septic will need to be installed. Owner financing available. Valued at $38,000. Get it now for $29,950 cash!

Property Information

Parcel Size

7.11

State

Washington

County

Yakima

Nearest Cities

Sunnyside

Parcel #

191310-12406

Address

Barrs Rd., Yakima, WA 98901

Legal Description

SP 81-129 LOT 4 LY N OF FOL DESC LNBEG 06’05 E 234.97 FT OF SW COR,TH S61^58’30 E 188.6 FT,TH N 83^46’45 E438.47 FT,TH S 78^33’15 E TO E LN ->& END OF SD LN

Property Taxes

$80.75

Features

Acres

Acres

7.11

County

County

Yakima

Subdivision

Subdivision

Exists

Access

Access

Paved

Power

Power

At street

Water

Water

Well & Septic will need installed

Coordinates

Coordinates

46.632121,-120.434248

Zoning

Zoning

RELDP – Residential

Elevation

Elevation

2000 FT

Topography

Topography

Varies

Nearby Cities / Attractions

Mount Rainier National Park

Sixty miles southeast of Mount Rainier National Park and built upon the fertile soil of the Yakima River Valley in Washington, Yakima is a fruit-producing city with a diverse offering of attractions and things to do. It’s a national leader for agricultural output, and the food grown here also helps define much of the culture and community. Enticing tourists and long-term residents alike, Yakima caters to nature enthusiasts, history buffs, and anyone looking for an adventure. Outdoor opportunities surrounding Yakima include White Pass Ski Resort and Mount Rainier National Park, a short day trip away, with more local attractions like the Yakima Greenway and Cowiche Canyon Trail perfect for spontaneous afternoon escapes. Learn more about the best places to visit in the city with our list of the top things to do in Yakima.

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