Adams County Land for Sale

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6 Properties:


Lind Dryland Ranch

1046 acres
Nka Lind hatton Highway & Milwaukee Road Lind WA 99341
Multiple contiguous parcels adjacent and to the south of Lind, WA. Approximately 100 /- acres are within the town boundaries of Lind and could be made into an RV Park, single housing parcels or ??? ...


27.83 acres
1137 Highway 17 Othello WA 99344
Former potted plant nursery and retail business, this property has unlimited potential. Included are 4 homesites, community well, public ADA bathroom, retail store/shop/greenhouse, 2 residences, grow...
1374 N Highway 261 Ritzville WA 99169
2.19 acres
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Colin Conway , Kiemle & Hagood Company
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NKA Herman Lind WA 99341
1215.29 acres
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Brandon Marchand , Keller Williams Spokane - Main
Operating farm in Lind, WA. 1,166 Tillable acres leased at a 25% share, approx 40 acres of CRP at 75% share. Twenty Minutes from Ritzville in Lind, WA, Five parcels, all within a mile. Great opportuni...
310 E Elm Ritzville WA 99169
1.6 acres
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Alex Ganea , Keller Williams Realty Spokane
Organic farmland of 1.6 acres. Has irrigation, drip, sprinklers and hoses. Storage shed with loft, and grow tunnel included! 80 gallons of water per minute, buyer to confirm.

Adams County, WA Land Info

Located in Washington, Adams County is considered a medium-sized urban county that sits adjacent to a larger metropolitan region. The most common type of land for sale in Adams County recently was farms, while Lind had the most land listed for sale in Adams County. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Adams County at $1,319, with an average list price of $1.3 million for land and farms for sale in Adams County. Of the 39 counties in Washington, Adams County ranks 31st in terms of its population (19,254, according to Census data from 2015). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 713 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. Size-wise, Adams County is Washington's 17th biggest county (1,930 square miles, which equals three percent of the state). Farming activities in Adams County generate annual revenues of $430 million, 79 percent of which is from livestock products and 21 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is livestock farming.

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