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1320 W A Street
PASCO, WA 99301;   $650,000   10120 sf;  

Sturdy 10,120 SF building on .44 acres. Frontage on A Street. There is 3,838 SF of office space, including a training room. Can be modified to your requirements. Over 6,000 SF of warehouse space including a loading dock. Parking for 25 vehicles. ZONED General Commercial C3. Property would be ideal for a parts supplier/distributor.

Offered by Thomas Mayhew of Century 21 Tri-Cities
56605 Christy Rd
PLYMOUTH, WA 99346;   $58,500  

Beautiful cul-de-sac lot located on the banks of the Columbia River. Walking trails to the water and more. Well & septic required. Wonderful view! Located near parks and fishing. 1.73 acres. Don't wait on this one!

Offered by Keely Sterba of Century 21 Tri-Cities
TBD RD 100/Burns Rd
PASCO, WA 99301;   $7,500,000  

Remarkable opportunity for development! This 112.43 Acre parcel is located in the path of growth, off Road 100/Broadmoor Blvd and Burns. A rare find with easy highway access and near great West Pasco amenities. *Statement from Dave McDonald, City Planner, Community & Economic Development Department: "The Planning Commission recommended the north half of your property for RS-1 zoning and the south half for R-1. Both zones are considered low density per the code and permit single family construction only. With RS-1 you will get about 3.26 dwelling units per acre and 4.54 units per acre with R-1 zoning. Those numbers are for net acres. About 25 percent of the residential developments are occupied by streets. The proposed zoning does not limit how large your lots can be, it only sets a minimum lot size. So if a family members want to plat large lots (2 acres) along the north boundary of the property nothing prohibits them from doing so. They just can't create lots smaller than 10,000 sq ft. On the south half of the property you will not be able to create lots smaller than 7,200 sq ft. There is one exception to the minimum lot size rule. If a developer applied for a "Planned Density Development" he could create smaller lots. The Planned Density Development process allows some lots within a subdivision to be smaller than the minimum required provided they are off-set by larger lots somewhere within the subdivision. Another thing to consider is that once the property is annexed and a developer would like to modify the lot sizes he could simply create large lots through the platting process without having to rezone the property. If he wants a variety of lot sizes he could use the Planned Density Development process without having to rezone the property. If he decides he does not want any variety in the lots and wants smaller lots he could apply for a rezone."

Offered by Vicki Monteagudo of Century 21 Tri-Cities
1922 Highland Drive
PROSSER, WA 99350;   $180,000   3 BR;   1 full BA   1 ½BA   1216 sf;  

Wonderful single level home located in Prosser! This move-in ready rambler has been beautifully updated throughout, with brand new laminate wood flooring, carpet and paint. This home includes 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, a spacious living area, cute kitchen with breakfast bar and plenty of space for a dining table, and a laundry/utility room with cabinetry. Outside you will find a fenced yard, great storage shed and patio area for entertaining. This home is adjacent to the new, future Prosser High School, and sits in a lovely neighborhood located near the PMH Medical Clinic and easy access to I-82.

Offered by Matthew Castro of Century 21 Tri-Cities
1504 Meade Ave
PROSSER, WA 99350;   $245,000   3 BR;   1 full BA   1900 sf;  

Charming 3-story Prosser home! This gorgeous home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, adorable kitchen, formal dining area, cozy living room with gas fireplace and beautiful bedrooms! Enjoy a gorgeous deck overlooking backyard and more! Located in the heart of Prosser.

Offered by Jeff Graff of Century 21 Tri-Cities
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