Woodland, WA Real Estate News

By Lynn Krogseng
(Keller Williams Premier Partners)
The Hulda Klager Gardens, Woodland, WA Pioneer Hulda Klager was an early resident of the Woodland area and a pioneer in lilac horticulture. My son and I had caught a lovely spring day to visit the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens. It was beautiful to walk around the grounds and smell the many varieties of the lilacs. I have pictures, but the best part is the scent, which I haven't been able to deliver here. Moving to the Vancouver Washington area? Connect with some one who knows the area and the communities around Clark County Washington. Whether you're looking for your first home, or possibly your last, or selling either of them, I have the patience and experience to help you make the best choice in Vancouver Washington. The Natural Choice in real estate is working with a professional real e...
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Circle Shot Media had the pleasure of photographing a 17 acre ranch and home this week.  It is located in the Woodland area of Washington state.  The sun was shining and the temperature was warm.  As we drove up into the country, I couldn't help but think of how nice it would be to live in the area surrounded by all of the beauty around us.  Every bend in the road brought another beautiful sight.  Flowers in bloom, streams shimmering in the sun, and red tail hawks flying over our heads.  The property is located at 418 NW Hayes Road, Woodland, Washington 98674.  It is located next to the Lewis River which is pictured below.  What a beautiful area!               This ranch home is located toward the back of the acreage and is settled in just right so that you look out of the kitchen and b...
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By Mark Hall, Homes for Sale Vancouver Washington
(Realty One Group Cascadia)
I had a chance to take this morning off to go fishing and I took it! The Kokanee at Merwin Lake were biting this morning, so my mortgage lender, Stephen Bowdon, and I took a "Sick Day" in order to catch a few. The weather was great, the fish were biting, and we both caught our limits in about 2 hours. Looks like we are have Kokanee fillets for dinner!
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By Alexander- Slocum, Realty Team- Vancouver WA Real Estate
(Premiere Property Group, LLC - Vancouver Washington)
Where Am I Standing Now??... Photos by John Slocum of REMAX Vancouver WA, of the Winter Scenery in Clark County WA 2010.  For more information, including videos on real estate and living in Vancouver Washington and the rest of Clark County, please visit: Real Estate in Vancouver Washington Homes for Sale in Vancouver WA Current MLS Market Report for Camas, Vancouver and Clark County
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By Lynn Krogseng
(Keller Williams Premier Partners)
Great Western Malting, with a history in Vancouver, WA (and apparently Woodland, Wa). This picture was taken at the Cedar Creek Grist Mill.  I guess the burlap sack is from days long ago - do they still use burlap?   Whether you're looking for your first home, or possibly your last, or selling either of them, I have the patience and experience to help you make the best choice in Vancouver Washington. The Natural Choice in real estate is working with a professional real estate agent (me!) at Krogseng Real Estate who listens to your needs and works as a trusted advisor to get the best solution to your housing needs. We will give you a new attitude about real estate. If you are concerned about living a more sustainable lifestyle, Vancouver Washington may be the city for you. I specialize i...
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By Lynn Krogseng
(Keller Williams Premier Partners)
We had a family outing in Woodland recently. We took our first ever visit to the Old Grist Mill at Cedar Creek. This being November, we had rather typical cool, wet weather for the trip. No worries. We were well rewarded! There is a great story behind the grist mill.  We toured on our own and made up the rest of the story.  It was rather crowded there with so many visitors. I was pleased so many people were there in spite of the rain.  There are great exhibits of how the mill works, and pictures of the restoration process. The water flows down hill, and so the mill capitalizes on the gravity by routing water into the mill. Then it spins the axle for the various components that are belt driven and ultimately turn the mill. Water builds up here, and when they open the trap door, it flows ...
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We had the opportunity to meet Kim Pierson while visiting the Woodland Tulip Festival this weekend, along with Timmy (a miniature horse that stand only 30 inches tall) and a baby Wallaby! Kim has recently launched a business called Magikal Miniatures.  Based in Woodland WA and servicing Clark and Cowlitz counties, Magikal Miniatures offers a unique, fun and educational party experience for children. ‘Tiny Tim' and family will come right to your home or nearby park and offer carriage rides for parties of up to 12 children, as well as instruction and hands-on experience feeding and petting small animals.  Children will also get a chance to touch a newborn foal and learn how mommy Farah takes care of her babies.  The minis will even perform tricks at the party and pictures will be added to...
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We took at short drive from Vancouver up to Woodland this weekend to check out the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens during the Annual Lilac Festival and we're glad we did.  The gardens are absolutely beautiful, boasting some of the best and largest specimens of several tree varieties in addition to the beautiful lilac and flower gardens.  The Story of the Lilac Lady Hulda Klager came to the US from Germany with her family in 1865 when she was two years old.  Her family moved to Woodland, Washington in 1877 when she was 13 years old, purchased farmland and built a home. While she was recovering from an illness in 1903, some of her friends brought her a book by a renowned hybridizer at the time.  In 1905 she began hybridizing lilacs and by 1910 she had created 14 new varieties. By 1920 she had ...
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    The Woodland Tulip Festival is a family-friendly event featuring breathtaking tulip fields and customized garden and show field displaying a variety of spring blooms with great photo opportunities.  Festival hours are 10a - 6p daily and admission is free!   Festival Extended! This year, for the first time, Benno Dobbe is extending festival activities -- usually three weekends -- into a fourth weekend due to the late bloom.  His farm will be open to the public daily from 10a to 6p through the end of April. Activities for the final weekend will be announced at a later date. Weekend Festival Events include: Live Entertainment Chainsaw Demonstrations Ethnic Foods Unique Artisan Crafts Children's Activities You can also place bulb orders, purchase cut tulips and instant gardening pots, ...
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