$1,200,000   •   36.91 Acres

Don't miss the opportunity to own this 37 acre property located just North of the junction of Hwy 12 and I-82 bordering the Selah city limits in beautiful Central Washington. The subject property is in Yakima County and is in the Code for the R-1 Zoning District. City of Selah water and sewer are within 200 feet of the property on Southern Ave which borders the length of the property to the North. Terrace Dr is paved and dead ends at propertyRecreationThe Yakima River is a world class river for fly fishing. Prime locations are just 15 minutes from North Park Lodge. While enjoying quality time with your fly rod, you may also catch a glimpse of elk, deer, and big horn sheep. Never fly fished before? That’s okay, around mile marker 15 is Red’s Fly Shop, with gear, rentals, and advice. The Yakima River is 214 miles long and is a tributary to the Columbia River. About 40 miles of the river run the Yakima River Canyon, Selah and Yakima. This 40 mile stretch is a great place for fly fishing. This stretch of the river is quiet, scenic and plentiful in fish.If you have never fly fished before and want to try it out for the first time there are places to buy gear, rent gear, rent a boat, and get some great river tips. Region & ClimateSelah, WA has a temperate climate, with warm summers and mild winters. Average temperatures range from 41-86°F throughout the year, with an average of 53 inches of rainfall per year. Summers are usually sunny with occasional thunderstorms and winter months are cold but not too severe. Snowfall is rare in this area, but it does sometimes occur during the winter months. The climate in Selah is ideal for growing fruit trees and other varieties of plants that thrive in temperate climates. HistoryThe city of Selah in Yakima County is located just north of Yakima above the confluence of the Naches and Yakima rivers. Its name comes from an Indian word meaning “still or smooth water,” although early missionaries to the region may have liked the name due to its similarity to the biblical word Selah. Early Selah farmers raised sheep, but once irrigation reached the region, Selah became known for its rich fruit orchards and later for the production of apple juice. By the 1970s it was also a bedroom community for its larger neighbor, Yakima which is the 10th largest city in the state. LocationLocated in south-central Washington State at the foot of the Cascade Mountains lies Yakima County-the second largest county in Washington State. Spanning 4348 square miles with a population just above 250k this diverse region has something for everyone including ski resorts wineries breweries golf courses great restaurants a variety of ethnic festivals farmers markets museums art galleries an opera house live music venues lakefront properties desert sand dunes boating nature preserves hot springs U-pick farms dozens of parks plus much more. Moderate-size metro area set in the mountains and valleys of the Pacific Northwest. Primary industries include agriculture and manufacturing. – In central Washington, 60 miles southeast of Mount Rainier and 100 miles northeast of Portland, Oregon..


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Paul Valentine
Paul Valentine

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