Pasco Real Estate
Are you looking for a town steeped in history? A modern, growing economic dynamo? A safe place for your family? Someplace you can get out and enjoy life in the outdoors? Perhaps a location where you can see the water and wildlife but not have a long commute to work? Your search has ended. Pasco, Washington, is on everyone’s short list of where to find the good life defined by its forward-thinking, sports-minded and safe environment.
The Columbia, Snake and Yakima Rivers came together and created a haven for settlers thousands of years ago, and that locale remains to this day a beautiful, rich and vibrant home for more than 67,000 people – double that of fifteen years ago. Lewis and Clark put what would be known today as Pasco on the map, the Hanford site of the Manhattan Project spotlighted it again during World War II, and science and technology development are bringing international focus on the Tri-Cities area once again.
This region of southeastern Washington is still well-known for its agricultural bounty, with its Heart of Washington Wine Country status and thriving fruit orchards featuring a variety of apples and cherries. But the influx of technological industries has refocused the schools, built solid neighborhoods and raised the standard of living while lowering the cost of it. Whether your family is into soccer, baseball, swimming, boating, hiking, biking, or golf, you will find a comprehensive menu of options in Pasco and the surrounding area. All ages and families can enjoy the wide variety of recreational activities and entertainment venues, as well as shopping, dining, and health care services, with many choices for all. And with 300 days of sunshine a year, you will want to get out and get active.
The home you find in Pasco might be in a retirement community, an executive home on a hill overlooking the river, or a lot to build your own dream abode. But rest assured it will be significantly more affordable than elsewhere in Washington, and yet surround you with amenities you will never tire of.
“Progress – Pride – Prosperity.” Pasco.