North Richland Surprise–Don’t Judge by the Cover!

The heart of Richland was built and owned (furniture and all) by the federal government in the 1940’s.  Richland residents were primarily employed at the Hanford Site, working on the top-secret Manhattan Project during World War II.  Around 1957, the transition was made to privately-owned real estate.  The Hanford Site remained a central part of nuclear production & technology, and Richland continued to grow.  

1612 Birch - A home built in North Richland in 1962

  North Richland was built during the 1960’s and 70’s.  Today the area thrives because residents love the mature shade trees and established neighborhoods, as well as proximity to the Hanford Site, Kadlec Medical Center, schools, and recreation.  House values have remained high due to low supply and high demand, and many of the area’s houses have been beautifully remodeled inside, but retain their original exterior architecture.

Remodeled kitchen - 1962 North Richland home

 This North Richland rambler, l0cated at 1612 Birch, is one such remodeled home.  It has a handicap accessible bedroom & bathroom, a newly added laundry /mudroom,  and a 10x10x10 shed in the fenced backyard.  The original architecture includes wood flooring, double closets, and  stone exterior & fireplace; the updated great room allows a modern open floor plan.  The attractive and functional remodel includes new:  200 AMP electrical, Lennox heat pump, plumbing, windows, pellet stove, tile flooring, kitchen cabinets, island, tile countertops, stainless appliances (including refrigerator!), luxurious jetted tub, and beautiful glass-inset doors. 

This cozy and comfortable 3 bedroom, 1.75 bathroom rambler is located on a spacious .27 acre lot is listed at $177,000.  Located in the Jason Lee Elementary area.  MLS #179433.  Give us a call, this is a home you’ll want to see in person!

Click here for map, schools, financing, and more information:  1612 Birch

 

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