Must Have a View
Growing up on the farm all you could see from our home was dirt, or growing fields of wheat. If you drove to the top of a ridge you could see the Snake River (see harvest pic) but from the house… dirt.
Whenever we drove into Walla Walla I loved that first glimpse of the moutains and the city. When we left town my neck would crane to keep the view in sight until it disappeared. Even better was driving into or out of town at night. The city lights were a magical sight! Since childhood I have been addicted to seeing the city lights at night!
Looking for the View
My first apartment at the University of Idaho #GoVandals, had a view. Surely it cost more in rent, I don’t remember now, but it had a view of the campus and some of Moscow. At night I stared out the windows, after studying of course! Not every home since then has had a city lights view but nearly all of them had some kind of view.
I Can See the WHOLE WORLD
My Kennewick homes have had pretty amazing views across the river to the city lights of Pasco! One granddaughter recently exclaimed upon seeing the nighttime view, “I can see the WHOLE WORLD!” Not quite little one! Currently I have two lots listed on Candy Mtn. in West Richland. The daytime view is amazing, but I have yet to catch the nighttime view! If I were going to build again (and I am not) this would be my choice of spots!
Candy Mountain, West Richland View Building Lots
These side-by-side lots are each .29 acres, flat on top and then it falls away which is what creates the opportunity for a view which can never be compromised! City services are in. Priced at $79,900 each. MLS#245899 and #245900. Contact me for more information!