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Western Washington State Land

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Location: Port Orchard, Washington
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I have 5.5 acres in Western Washington, Specifically, Eastern Part of Lewis County
The Property is approx. 5 miles from Randle Washington

Pros: excellent Soil can grow anything that will grow in zone 8. Property has a well that delivers 35GPM


Roaming herds of elk are like locusts-  they eat anything in their path. without protection, any crops you may plant will be destroyed
the property is not fenced and no power

Potential Renters/ lessees: Ideally I would like to have someone set up their RV for one season to see how it works out have a dog
for protection would be advisable. Terms would be negotiable. trade for fencing/development work considered.
Rental/Lease Terms would be renewed/Negotiated on a yearly basis no over wintering- would need to vacate property in November

Potential Buyers: quick claim deed, private sale with Attorney drawing up sale agreement Cash $75,000

If interested E-Mail me at
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I can vouch that this area has a lot of potential for growth, both in terms of plants and community/economy! The soil is great and there is tons of water out there. And it's close to the Cowlitz River, with good access to eastern Washington if you need a change in scenery.
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