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24,835.50
Original Price $29,897 Foreclosed

Dry 40 Acres Off the Grid in Eastern Washington

  • Property # 5863
  • Size 39.82 Acres
  • County Benton
  • State Washington
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Overview

This is a 40 Acre parcel in Benton County, Washington. The property is located north of the Umatilla Wildlife Refuge on the Columbia River. It is about 12 miles northwest of the Columbia Crest Winery on Hwy 221 then west on Hurricane Road. The clo...

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