About Washington

img Often referred to by its full title, Washington State, to distinguish it from, Washington D.C. offers rugged coastline, deserts, forests, mountains, volcanoes, and hundreds of coastal islands to explore. The Cascade Mountains divide the state, with the damp forested coastal areas to the west, and pine forests, deserts and irrigated farmland of the Columbia River Plateu to the east. It is the adjacent to Canada.

The 2010 United States Census recorded the state's population at 6,724,540. Approximately 60 percent of Washington's residents live in the Seattle Metrolpolitan area, the center of transportation, business, industry along the Puget Sound.  Washington's climate varies greatly from west to east. An Oceanic climate (also called "west coast marine climate") predominates in western Washington, and a much drier climate prevails east of the Cascade Range.

Western Washington is known for its mild climate, considerable fog, frequent cloud cover and long-lasting drizzles in the winter, and sunny and dry summers. The western side of the Olympic Peninsula receives as much as 160 inches (4,100 mm) of precipitation annually, making it the wettest area of the 48 conterminous states. 


The state's nickname "Evergreen" was proposed in 1890 by Charles T. Conover of Seattle, Washington. The name proved popular as the forests were full of evergreen trees and the abundance of rain keeps the shrubbery and grasses green throughout the year.

Washington has over 1,000 dams, built for a variety of purposes including irrigation, power, flood control, and water storage

  Washington in Numbers:
img Horse Population: Over 155,000 horses  
img Population: 6,724,540
img Land area: 71,300 sq. miles
img Capital: Olympia
img Counties: 39
img Highest Point : Mount Rainier 14,411 feet
img Lowest Point: Pacific Ocean
img Geographic Center : In Chelan Co., 10 mi. WSW of Wenatchee
img 10 largest Cities :
  • Seattle: 608,660
  • Spokane: 208,916
  • Tacoma: 198,397
  • Vancouver: 161,791
  • Bellevue: 122,363
  • Everett: 103,019
  • Kent: 92,411
  • Yakima: 91,067
  • Renton: 90,927
  • Spokane Valley: 89,755
Equestrians Dream!

Arlington, Snohomish County, Washington

Equestrians Dream! Welcome to this beautiful piece of paradise. This 6.48 acre fully fenced property features a 36X36 barn with two stalls (room for 6) wash room w/hot and cold water, tack room and 3 pastures. Chicken coop and garden shed with power. 20X20 open front barn for yard equipment and horse trailer. Home is lovely with manufactured hardwoods through out, newly remodeled kitchen and bath, stone fireplace w/ propane insert. Enjoy breathtaking views of the mountain from the covered porch

Wendy Smith , Hallmark Homes NW, LLC

6.48 ACRES
1408 SQ FT
Beautiful Equestrian Property

Buckley, Pierce County, Washington

A rural ambiance with a distinct character that reflects the local setting. Stylish Rambler with fully finished basement on beautiful 5.4 acre farm in large-lot community. This home was designed with light, space and functionality in mind. High wood ceilings, lots of windows allows natural light to enter the living spaces & give the house an open feel. Expertly designed kitchen perfectly balanced with the rich warmth of wooden flooring and stainless steel appliance. Main-floor master with stunning master bathroom and Large walk in closet. Deck off master with views of the entire property. Lower-level living quarters features small kitchen, 3/4 bath, & private entry- potential for additional rental income! Heat pump and Generator-ready. Thoughtfully set-up for animals. Fruit trees, blueberries & plenty of sunny garden space. Appreciating the picturesque views and rustic charm comes naturally on this unique equestrian property!

Elise Gregg , Keller Williams Realty -Puyallup

5.40 ACRES
3368 SQ FT
Beautiful Skagit Valley Ranch

Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington

Come live the Ranch life in Skagit Valley! With 19+ acres of fertile land surrounding this well cared for 3 bd rambler, you can spend your days gardening, raising horses, picking fruit, or easily commuting to Mount Vernon only a 5 minute drive away. Currently much of the farmland is leased to a local crop farmer. The home has new roof, new carpet, new appliances, new paved driveway. 2 car garage plus 2nd outbuilding for extra storage or shop space. Possibilities abound on this lovely property!

Molly Lowney , The Muljat Group

19.20 ACRES
1620 SQ FT
Mount Vernon 4.78 Acres of Equestrian Living

Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Washington

Bring your horses to this gorgeous Equestrian property with an outstanding view. Your horses will love the custom built 83’ x 36’ Spane built barn. Featuring 6 ample sized stalls with water and power of which one is perfect to use for foaling out. The tack room has loads of room for multiple saddles, grooming goodies and displaying your ribbons. Upstairs is a hayloft with room for 10 ton of hay or use as dry storage. There is also a covered parking area to store your tractor and horse trailer or toys. Two large fenced pastures, fenced paddocks off the barn, and even room for an outdoor arena. The home is situated Mount Vernon, WA in the epicenter of the Skagit Valley. A perfect commuter location with easy access to 1-5 and local shopping. The Valley has many natural wonders such as shorelines, bays, islands, mountains, and the Skagit River. Skagit Valley is also a gateway community to a National Forest, a National Park, and the San Juan Islands. The Valley’s culture is rich in farming, fishing, nature, and art; it offers a host of events and activities including endless outdoor recreation, performing arts, local Farmer’s Market, and the famous annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.

Shawn & Tiffany Danley , Windermere Real Estate Skagit Valley

4.78 ACRES
2569 SQ FT
22 Stall Turnkey Horse Boarding - 10 beautiful acres, huge mt views!

Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington

Absolutely the best horse property this market has seen! 10 beautiful acres, huge mt views! Convenient to Sequim or Port Angeles. 10,000sf of barn space + RV Garage &more! 1000's of feet of white plank fencing, over 50 gates installed, turn outs,paddocks, arena, tack rm, miles of trails to ride right from the property! Turnkey 22 stall horse boarding stable producing $4500+/-per mo! 425+/-hay bales yearly! 3bd 2ba home remodeled recently, hardwood, tile, stainless appliances. Rare opportunity! Additionally there is a tack room with lockers, public restroom, invisible dog fence installed. No value has been added for business but sellers happy to show you what they know to see you do the same!

Mae Graves , Brody Broker Real Estate

10.00 ACRES
2115 SQ FT
Beautiful equestrian property with riding arena with night lights

Moses Lake, Grant County, Washington

Beautiful equestrian property with sprawling 3 bedroom, 3 bath home on 2.26 acres with a 30 x 40 shop, heated studio with half bath, irrigated fenced pasture and riding arena with night lights. The home comes with professional designer touches, spacious entertaining-sized floor plan and great southwestern views and sunsets,

Edda Sievers , Coldwell Banker Tomlinson R&H

2.26 ACRES
3047 SQ FT
Whatcom County Equestrian Paradise

Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington

An absolute dream of an equestrian property! This is an incredible opportunity to own over 25 acres of land just outside of Bellingham, all ready for you and your horses. Whether you've dreamed of giving riding lessons, providing horse boarding and camps for others, or are longing for a peaceful ranch atmosphere to call your own, this property is sure to provide all you need! From the country home to the indoor and outdoor arenas, stables, and paddocks, the pride in ownership abounds!

Don Hammons , Keller Williams

25.66 ACRES
1904 SQ FT
Stunning Rambler On 32 Acres - Feels Like a National Park!

Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington

Unique, beautiful rambler on an unparalleled 32-acre property. This home is full of custom details including high ceilings, a lovely fireplace, an enormous 3 car garage, and a striking open layout. The beautiful kitchen boasts bespoke cherry cabinets, a walk in pantry, high end stainless-steel appliances, granite counters, a gas range, and a breakfast bar. The spacious, inviting master suite features walk in closet, huge shower, and a private office. Living in this home almost feels like living in a national park: property includes a salmon stream, a gazebo, a series of private trails, a huge shop and barn, a run-in shed and pen as well as established, fenced garden. This property is full of outstanding beauty for you and your equine friends to enjoy!

Ryan Deskins , Keller Williams South Sound

32.00 ACRES
2488 SQ FT
Affordable Home on 5 + Acres with Barn

Tenino, Thurston County, Washington

5.13 level acres, fenced with 32 x 32 barn with 4 stalls, power and water. Home sits off the road with pastures in front and on the side. Well cared for rambler offers 3 bedrooms, 1.75 baths, updated kitchen with laminate flooring and granite counter tops. Living area with fireplace with insert to keep things cozy. Slider leads to large covered deck to enjoy the private rear yard. Master with .75 bath. Attached 2 car garage. Generator ready.

Kimberly Rucker , Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Sound Realtors

5.13 ACRES
1600 SQ FT
Gorgeous 20.75 acre ALPACA Farm, Alpacas included.

La Center, Clark County, Washington

This is a gorgeous 20+ acre property completely set up to raise top quality fleece producing Alpaca's. The owner is wanting to downsize so wants 30-50 or more Alpaca's to go with the sale. These Alpaca's are of the highest quality bloodlines. The 50X72 pole barn is totaly set up for the Alpaca's. The upstairs in the barn is finished and heated and set up for viewing all of the paddocks for when the babies are due. There is a 3/4 bath downstairs in the barn. There is a foundation and blue prints for a 5000+ sq ft home and a 4 car garage and has a 5 bedroom septic system installed. The farm has city water. There are approximately 6 acres fenced and cross fenced in 6 foot tall cyclone fence to keep outside critters from getting in. This unique acreages west boundary is Lockwood Creek that is a low bank at the north end and runs south into a canyon with 2 waterfalls. You have to see this property to believe it. This farm is 6 miles from I-5 and 6.2 miles from the new ilani Casino. This would be considered vacant land. The Alpaca's average is $10,000 apiece. Owner is very creative so if you have questions please call right down to carrying a contract. How about a micro brewery on a working Alpaca farm. Be creative with your ideas. Owner is currently splitting property into 2 10 acre parcels. To be completed prior to closing. Call for an appointment and a guided tour.


20.75 ACRES

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