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Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Yakima County Washington

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$17,500 10.63 acres
Hardy Road, Yakima, WA 98901 - Yakima County

10+ Acres NW of Yakima

LandCentral Property number 8859. This property is found just 20 minutes from the center of the city of Yakima. It is located on Hardy road within the Yakima Ranches Owner Association Phase IV. The lot lies on rolling hills and gives the property an exquisite view of the valley below. Yakima and its surrounding area are famous for abundant vineyards, orchards, farms and more. LandCentral features land from all across the nation. All properties are owner financed and our purchasing process is 100% hassle free. Make an investment today! Road Access: Dirt Road Slope Description: Rolling Dimensions: 668' x 783' x 668' x 662' Zoning: Residential Zoning Code: RELDP (Rural) Zoning Definition: RELDP (Rural): Site-built or modular dwelling
Josh Land For Sale | LandCentral
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$9,900 12.4 acres
Yakima, WA 98903 - Yakima County

Top of the World Views

Top of the world pretty for your retirement or vacation setting! This property sits on the top of the hill overlooking Selah and the agricultural valley below. With panoramic 360 degree views, this could be your "off the grid" site to be creative. Power is available for the site, but not on the property. Well or cistern are required as well as septic system. Soil is quite rocky with lots of native vegetation. It is not suited for farming, but can easily be designed for a residential parcel with some imagination. Surrounding area has scattered homesteads and there are no restrictions as to type of house. Roads to the site are primitive and a 4-wheel drive or SUV is recommended for access. Seller may consider real estate contract
Flo Sayre Farmers National
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$9,900 9.8 acres
Yakima, WA 98903 - Yakima County

Own the Highway Cross

What a great place for your "Off the Grid" home! Top of the world views from this parcel overlooking the Selah farming valley and surrounding hillsides. This is a barren mountain property with the giant highway cross on it visible from I-82 as you approach Selah from the north. Power is available, but it may be expensive. Deep well can be drilled or add a cistern for water reservoir. Septic required. The soil is rocky (basalt or lava rock) and is not suitable for farming. Covered in native vegetation, the property hosts several types of wildlife throughout the seasons. Roads are somewhat primitive and SUV or 4-wheel drive is recommended. Surrounding similar-sized parcels are scattered with homes. Type of home is not limited, so yo
Flo Sayre Farmers National