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We have available for acquisition a premium orchard property located in Yakima Valley, within the heart of Central Washington. This asset is approximately eight miles south of Yakima, WA, in Yakima County. The physical address of the property is 281 Lateral C Road, Wapato, WA, and lies within the geographic region of the Confederated Tribes of the Yakama Nation. With its complex terrain, the Yakima Valley is the most diverse fruit growing region of Washington State and produces one-third of all apples and one-fourth of all pears in the state.
Per the Yakima County Assessor, this asset includes two separate tax parcels with 54.59 +/- deeded acres fully developed into apple and pear orchard. Current apple varieties are Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala, Granny Smith, and Cosmic Crisp, and the pear variety is Bartlett. The Yakima region produces high-quality apples and other fruit of every variation known for its prolonged growing season.
Per the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, the elevation of the property runs from approximately 897 to 907 feet and annual rainfall for this area averages 7 to 8 inches per year. Soils on the property primarily consist of Naches Loam, Esquatzel Silt Loam, and Ashue Loam. The irrigation water is currently sourced from the Wapato Irrigation District operated by the Yakama Nation and the sale includes senior and junior water allocations that have historically provided ample irrigation for the property.
The sale of this asset includes five wind machines, propane tanks, and irrigation pump to continue operation of the orchard.
For more information or to request the full information package be sent to you, please contact Adam Woiblet.