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            Sun Terrace Phase 5 by Aho Construction I, Inc. in Yakima Washington
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            Sun Terrace Phase 5

            Community by Aho Construction I, Inc.

            4704 E Junco Street
            Moses Lake, WA 98837

            Aho Construction I, Inc.


            Paradise Park by Aho Construction I, Inc. in Yakima Washington
            homes in Paradise Park by Aho Construction I, Inc.
            homes in Paradise Park by Aho Construction I, Inc.

            Paradise Park

            Community by Aho Construction I, Inc.

            Jackrabbit St & 6th Ave
            Quincy, WA 98848

            Aho Construction I, Inc.


            from $264,900 - $367,900

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            New Home Cities in Grant County

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            Find and explore new homes and new construction housing developments across Grant County WA. With homes starting at only $264,900, it is time to discover the floor plans and builders in Grant County. Whether you opt to build a house from the ground up or explore the 0 inventory homes for sale in Grant County, you will be feeling at home in no time.

            Why You Should Build a New Home in Grant

            Named after former president Ulysses S. Grant, Grant County, Washington offers a variety of compelling attractions which are sure to entice the entire family. From local civic events, fairs, outdoor activities, and a growing economy, the county is well rounded enough to fit the tastes of everyone in your family. From the Columbia River to Moses Lake, the wild countryside of Eastern Washington is sure to leave you with its breathtaking views reminiscent of its rich Native American heritage.


            Moses Lake, Washington, the largest city in Grant County, has outgrown its agricultural roots and now boasts a robust and growing economy rooted in both manufacturing and technology. Major employers moving into the area include major carbon fiber and polysilicon manufactures like BMW and REC Silicon. In fact, it is only a matter of time until Moses Lake is known as being the largest producer of carbon fiber in the world. Anchored in its agricultural roots, the conglomerate ConAgra Foods has a significant presence. Additionally, technology employers, like Dell, also play a major role in the local economy. All of this leads to a steady and growing local economy.


            In addition to its strong economy, Grant County also has plenty of options for year-round recreation. Outdoor enthusiasts will find the county to be a formidable provider of some of the best hunting and fishing within the Pacific Northwest. However, if you prefer your weekend getaways to be slightly more refined, there is no shortage of both breweries and vineyards. One such boutique vineyard is the Cave B Estate Winery which, despite being a boutique vineyard, is known for the wide variety of wines produced.


            For music lovers, the county is home to The Gorge Amphitheatre. With a seating capacity of up to 20,000, you’re sure to catch top-notch acts across the music spectrum such as Shania Twain, Jack Johnson, Pearl Jam, and Metallica. Additionally, the Amphitheatre is home to the Sasquatch Music Festival and hosts the Creation Festival, a Christian music Festival.


            There are plenty of amenities which children may also enjoy as well. One major attraction is the Surf n’ Slide Water Park in Moses Lake. Complete with a surfing simulator, Surf n’ Slide offers everything from 200-foot-tall water slides to attractions for both toddlers and children of various ages. But that’s not all the county has to offer for the family. In addition to other local museums and attractions, we can’t leave out the Grand Coulee Dam. At one mile in length and 500 feet tall, the dam offers spectacular laser light shows all for free.


            At only 100 miles west of Spokane, Grant County, Washington provides an ideal setting for raising your family and ensuring a fun and vibrant lifestyle. New Home Source can assist in finding the new home that would make your time in this great county even better! Given the thriving culture and economy, we know that you can’t go wrong in Grant County, Washington.

            Overview:  Grant County, WA

            Below, you'll find more county stats, data, and resources to help you learn more about Grant County.

            County NameGrant
            State NameWashington
            No. of Communities2
            Average Price$307,614
            Price Per SqFt$139
            Leading Builders
            • Aho Construction I, Inc.
            • Garrison Homes
            No. of Builders1
            Starting Price$264,900
            Floor Plans14
            Quick Delivery Homes0