Kennewick


Welcome to our large city with a small-town feel.

Nestled along the southwest bank of the Columbia River in Benton County Washington lies the charming community of Kennewick Washington. Our vision statement for the community consists of the following, "the exceptional quality of life, premier infrastructure, and sustainable vision make Kennewick an attractive place to live, do business, and visit.  Kennewick is welcoming, safe, family-friendly, and features a variety of housing options, employment opportunities, and community activities and services. We are inclusive and value diversity, civic engagement, and community partnerships. We encourage walkable and bikeable neighborhoods and convenient access throughout the city. We continue to lead the way in creating a vibrant community and economy for generations to come." The community is rich in history, as one of the places where Lewis and Clark traveled. Kennewick’s mild winter made it famous for abundant spring crops—especially its apple, cherry, and Concord grape orchards. The town even hosts an annual Grape Festival to celebrate. Kennewick regularly receives accolades from various publications and websites, which support the fact that the economy in the area is strong and the workforce is, for the most part, content. Some of the major employers in the area include businesses in the research and development field, environmentalism, and health services.  Explore the latest real estate listings in Kennewick or read below to learn more about this charming riverside community.
82943

Population


324547

Average Home Price


51739

Average Income


47

Average Days On Market


What to do in Kennewick


There is no shortage of recreation in Kennewick. Between the hiking paths, bike trails, shopping, dining, and wineries, there is always something going on. Since Kennewick is famous for its mild winters, outdoor activities are easily accessible and enjoyable all year long.
With year-round recreation, active couples and young families can find their niche in Kennewick while enjoying the affordable amenities and housing prices.


Kennewick’s Housing market


The market in Kennewick is full of diverse options perfect for whatever you're looking for in a home. From quaint single-family detached houses to farm properties and new builds, Kennewick homes for sale come in all shapes and sizes. As the population continues to grow, new developments become available in addition to older homes built within the past 30 years.
Many existing homes in the area feature numerous upgrades such as ceramic floors, bathroom renovations, and updated kitchen appliances. Newer properties are typically open-concept in layout and feature hardwood floors in the common areas with plush carpeting in the bedrooms.
Kennewick homeowners are lucky in that most homes on the market also come with ample backyard space. It's common for these properties to feature a large front yard with a tree or two to provide shade. In addition to a backyard with significant space for entertaining guests, playing catch, or starting a vegetable garden.
With a low crime rate and below-average energy costs, Kennewick real estate provides desirable options for homebuyers.

Kennewick regularly receives accolades from various publications and websites, which support the fact that the economy in the area is strong and the workforce is, for the most part, content. Some of the major employers in the area include businesses in the research and development field, environmentalism, and health services.

There is no shortage of recreation in Kennewick. Between the hiking paths, bike trails, shopping, dining, and wineries, there is always something going on in. Since Kennewick is famous for its mild winters, outdoor activities are easily accessible and enjoyable all year long.

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Popular community features include:


Numerous shopping opportunities at the Columbia Center Mall, outlets, and historic downtown shopping district.
Residents can enjoy sporting events, concerts, and performances at the Toyota Center.
In the summer, an exciting attraction is the hydroplane races on the Columbia River.
Locals and tourists enjoy over 160 wineries located within a 60-mile radius of the town.
Kennewick is also home to numerous quality golf courses such as the award-winning Canyon Lakes course.

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