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Whitman County, WA New Homes For Sale

Whitman County is located in the eastern part of Washington. The county is bordered on the south by the Snake River and it is located in a very picturesque landscape, with many summits and lakes. Summits include Tekoa Mountain, Steptoe Butte and Kamiak Butte, while the largest lakes are Rock Lake, Lower Granite Lake or Lake Herbert G. West. Whitman County benefits from a humid continental climate, which provides four distinct seasons.

For those who want to drive into the county of Whitman, they should follow U.S. Route 195, U.S. Route 95, State Route 26, State Route 23 and State Route 271. Air travel is served by the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport. As you can see, Whitman County has very good connections with the rest of the world.

The history of Whitman County began on 29th of November 1871 and the county was named in honor of an American physician; Marcus Whitman. The administrative center of the county is the city of Colfax, but the largest city is Pullman. The population of the county has had a constant growth and, as per the census of 2010, there were almost 45,000 residents living in Whitman County.

Education is served by Washington State University for higher education and several public school districts. Whitman County’s economy is mainly based on agriculture and the highest productions include dry peas, lentils and wheat. Other fields that support the local economy include high-tech industry. The largest companies that provide jobs in the county include names such as Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Walmart Supercenter or Planet Fitness, most of them being located in the Pullman Industrial Park. Now that you have found out that your children will have great educational opportunities and you will have good job opportunities, we would like to tell you about the recreational facilities in Whitman County.

The most important attractions include the Cordova Theater, Museum of Anthropology, Charles R. Conner Museum, Lawson Gardens, College Hill Historic District, the Perkins House, Cougar Entertainment Center, the Codger Pole, Merry Cellars and the Pullman Civic Theater. If you prefer to have an active relaxation, we recommend Palouse Ridge Golf Course or Colfax Golf Course & Country Club. For nature lovers, we recommend for you to visit community parks, such as McDonald Park, Washington State University Arboretum, Military Hill Park or Conservation Park. If you prefer wildlife observation and nature without human influence, then you should not miss Kamiak Butte County Park, Central Ferry State Park, Wawawai County Park or Steptoe Butte State Park.

What are you waiting for to join Whitman County? We are impatient to have you among us. Contact NewHomeSource and they will offer you the perfect home. NewHomeSource is the best partner in housing.

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