It's always been a dream of mine to run or own a bed and breakfast and though it's not quite time for me to pull the trigger, could it be your time?

You have probably walked past this building multiple times if you've been down around The Season's Performance Hall, maybe you've been here for an event or inside of it while it was still run by the YMCA. Either way, this piece of history is up for grabs currently!

According to realtor.com 15 N Naches Ave, Yakima, WA 98901, built-in 1934 is on sale for $1,500,00

 Possible 19 bedrooms or more, 5 bathrooms. Currently 27 offices and 2 event spaces. 3 gas fireplaces, fenced parking lot, two kitchens plus kitchenette. Own a Classic historical brick building in the heart of downtown Yakima across from the Hilton Garden INN, Seasons Performance Hall and Single Hill Brewery.

The possibilities are endless so let's dream together while we ponder the future and what it could become!

15 N Naches Ave, Yakima, WA 98901

$3 Million Dollar Washington State Home

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