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40 Acres in Eatonville

40 acres
48110 138th Avenue East Eatonville WA 98328  |  Pierce County
40 Acres in 2-20 acres parcels with well and extreme territorial views. Sloping to level ground part in developed pasture and part in trees. Building site cleared & well in the ground. The land is par...
David Ringler, Golden West Properties, Inc.
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20 Acres with Out Building

20 acres
38808 Madrona Drive Eatonville WA 98328  |  Pierce County
10 acres stumped & cleared. 10 Acres in Timber Great privacy & Territorial views. Gated Driveway & Out building ready for camping with access to private Tule Lake, parks, trails, and Tanwax creek. All...
David Ringler, Golden West Properties, Inc.
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463xx 162nd Avenue E Eatonville WA 98328  |  Pierce County
10 acres
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David Knight , Landman Inc
Eatonville (SE of town) 10 Acres overlooking large clear-cut and spectacular territorial views of foothills. Interior driveways on lot. Private, secluded, end of road. Purchase to live here or for rec...
44804 28th Ave E Lot 59 Eatonville WA 98328  |  Pierce County
20 acres
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Paul Strawn , Riley Jackson Real Estate
20 acre lot in the Nisqually River Forest Reserve gated community also known as 'Nisqually Highlands'. Spectacular views of the Rainier and the Olympic Coast Range. Protective CCR's, walking trails, r...

Eatonville, WA Land Info

Washington is the country's 18th largest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $7.53 billion to the Washington economy, or two percent of overall state GDP (placing it eighth among all U.S. states for the size of its farm economy). Approximately 29 percent of Washington's annual farm income is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 71 percent comes from crops. With about 175,000 acres of apple orchards in the state, Washington apple farms account for six out of every ten apples consumed in the United States. Along with other state staples such as dairy products and wheat, Washington farmers grow some 80 percent of the country's hops. Cheers to that! Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 37,249 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 14.7 million acres (or the equivalent of 32 percent of the total state land area).

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