Prosser


Prosser Real Estate Small town charm is in no short supply in Prosser, Washington. This small town along the Yakima River gives homeowners the chance to enjoy the tranquility and safety of a small town with the space and privacy of living in the country. Prosser real estate is full of numerous single-family properties and land perfect for building your dream home.   Located at the east end of the Yakima Valley, Prosser is a strong agricultural sector home to some of the best wineries in the state. It’s low crime rate and beautiful rolling hills makes Prosser an in-demand location. Explore the latest listings in Prosser or continue reading to learn more about this charming community.
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Average Home Price


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Average Income


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Average Days On Market


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Homeowners looking to settle in Prosser have numerous options when it comes to the property type and budget they are working with. High-end Prosser homes for sale consist of many new developments while mid-range homes consist of mid-century homes and classic properties built within the last 20 years.
Many high-end homes are located within gated communities with easy access to the Yakima River and beautiful scenic views of the Yakima Valley foothills. These properties feature modern luxuries such as quartz countertops, spa-inspired bathrooms, walk-in closets, and more.
Older properties in the area typically feature private yards with river access and space to enjoy the outdoors. Many of these bungalows were built in the 1970’s and 1980’s with numerous modern upgrades and features. Most properties will have renovated bathrooms, new appliances, and an open concept design.


Living in Prosser


Prosser is often considered the birthplace of the Washington viticulture industry. The town itself is home to over 40 quality wineries with a 10-square mile area. In addition to the wineries, Prosser is also home to several microbreweries and distilleries. The area is rich in agricultural history, with many community events such as the Annual Harvest Festival focusing on the rich produce grown in the area.
Prosser is also considered one of the most scenic towns in Washington. It’s old-fashioned light-pole lined streets, small shops, and quaint eateries in the historic downtown area give the perfect opportunity to enjoy a night out.
Adventure seekers will also appreciate the hiking and water sports such as kayaking, paddle boarding, and boating available in Prosser.

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Seasonal Highlights in Prosser


Home to numerous festivals and community celebrations throughout the year such as the Spring Barrel Tasting, Old Fashioned 4th of July, and Thanksgiving in Wine Country.
Residents have access to a large and exciting farmer’s market throughout the summer months.
The Prosser Aquatic Center provides residents access to swimming lessons and more summer fun.

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