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99 Properties:

$285,000

80 acres in Harts Lake

80.24 acres
403rd Street East Eatonville WA 98328
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Several hundred feet of (year round) Tanwax Creek on this significant 80 acres in 4 tax parcels that comes with great territorial & Olympic Mt views, access to miles of hiking trails as well as Tule l...
David Ringler, Golden West Properties, Inc.
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$124,999

4.88 Acres in Graham

4.88 acres
30824 144th Ave E Graham WA 98338
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Don't miss the opportunity to own this amazing piece of land. This shy five acre site is a great place to build your dream home. It has a partial mountain and territorial view. Don't miss the opportun...
David Ringler, Golden West Properties, Inc.
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$69,000

19.8 Acres in Roy

19.83 acres
111 310th Street S Roy WA 98580
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12 min to JBLM's East Gate 15 min to the Roy Y, & 26 min to I-5 from this 20 acres site. This is already in two 10 - acre Parcels. Recently logged and ready for your future plans. The best part is it ...
David Ringler, Golden West Properties, Inc.
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$198,000

30 Acres in Eatonville

30 acres
42517 Roedomsky Rd E Eatonville WA 98328
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50/50 Half pasture Half trees with seasonal creek running the property line. Partially fenced and loaded with Elk, Deer & lots of small critters. This 30 acres fronts a dead end county Rd. Power is on...
David Ringler, Golden West Properties, Inc.
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Pierce County, WA Land Info

Located in Washington, Pierce County is a large urban county located within a densely-populated metro region. The most common type of land for sale in Pierce County recently was farms, while Eatonville had the most land listed for sale in Pierce County. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Pierce County at $18,917, with an average list price of $285,810 for land and farms for sale in Pierce County. Of Washington's 39 counties, Pierce County is one of the three most populated counties in the state (population: 843,954, according to 2015 Census estimates). In terms of size, Pierce County is Washington's 21st biggest county (1,807 square miles, which represents three percent of the state). Farming activities in Pierce County generate annual revenues of $91 million, 26 percent of which is from livestock products and 74 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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