Burbank is a scenic town located at the eastern end of the Tri-Cities region, right where the Columbia River meets the Snake River. The Burbank real estate market is affordable and diverse, with a mix of a single-family and manufactured homes for sale on spacious lots, as well as several gorgeous plots of residential land and a variety of commercial properties for sale.
With plenty of beautiful green space within walking distance and both Pasco and Kennewick just 15 to 20 minutes away by car, Burbank is in close proximity to the best nature and amenities in the Tri-Cities area.
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With breathtaking views of rivers and fields for as far as the eye can see, Burbank is an easy community to fall in love with. There's plenty of space for homes and commercial properties in this friendly town of just over 3,000 people, and these large lots are extremely affordable.
The great thing about Burbank real estate is its variety. Potential buyers have the option of choosing from single-family residential homes of either one or two stories, or one-story manufactured homes. There are even opportunities to simply buy large plots of residential land and build whatever you like. There's also a variety of options for those looking to buy commercial land.
Burbank Homes For Sale
The majority of Burbank homes for sale are a mix of single-family residential and manufactured homes. These homes have been built over a span of several decades, ranging from the 1960s to 2010. Being such a spacious community means that many of the properties in Burbank are quite large, which leaves plenty of room for all sorts of activities in the yard.
The interiors of these homes are generally large enough to let your imagination run wild with possibilities. Not only do most residents have a minimum of two bedrooms and two bathrooms, but there's also enough room for a laundry area, a cozy fireplace to keep warm besides, and a kitchen big enough for a variety of design options. Many of the homes also include gorgeous hardwood or laminate wood flooring.
Burbank's town center is a blend of single-family homes (starting at under $200,000) and manufactured homes (starting at under $100,000), while the rural areas east of the highway consist mostly of single-family homes or larger lots.
If you decide to buy one of the Burbank homes for sale, you'll be living in a peaceful, hard-working community of young families, many of whom have children attending one of the three schools in town.
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Burbank Land For Sale
If you prefer the flexibility that buying a plot of land without a house offers, Burbank has lots of empty residential land with loads of potential. These plots are close to the river and include an abundance of green space to use however you want. The opportunities are plentiful.
Burbank Commercial Real Estate
Much like Burbank homes for sale, a great aspect of Burbank commercial real estate is how spacious the properties are. These commercial lots have room for a wide range of businesses, including large offices, restaurants with patios, rental homes, warehouses, and more.
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Amenities Near Burbank Homes For Sale
With the Columbia River, Snake River, and Burbank Slough surrounding the town, Burbank has no shortage of space for outdoor activities for residents and visitors alike. Fishing, hiking, camping, swimming, boating and horseback riding are just some of the activities you can enjoy without even leaving the community. Being a part of the Tri-Cities region means you're also just a short drive away from Washington's most beautiful wineries.
In addition to the outdoor recreational opportunities, there are several other amenities in town:
Columbia Elementary School, Middle School, and High School
Ice Harbor Damn (with interactive visitor center)
Burbank First Baptist Church
Post office and tavern
Additionally, the larger cities of Pasco and Kennewick are both less than 20-minute drives and provide all the shopping and other amenities you'll ever need.
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