There's nothing like coming home to a place that you can not only can relax in but also have an incredible view. I'm sure you've driven past this home on the hill many times while passing 40th and wondered, what would it be like to live in something like that? Well, now you can find out because one is up for sale in Yakima people!

According to Realtor.com this beauty, located at 1005 N 42nd Pl, Yakima, WA 98908, features 6 bedrooms, 4 baths and could be yours for $945,000!

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Peruse the inside of this beauty and start making your plans because your dream home could be a walk-through away!

1005 N 42nd Pl, Yakima, WA 98908

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