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ViewHomes of Battle Ground, WA - The Heart of Clark County

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

ViewHomes™ of Battle Ground – Located in the Heart of Clark County, WA 

Battle Ground sounds like a place of conflict, ironically the city is named for the absence of a battle. If you’re interested in the details about the actual history, you can learn more here. The city has undergone tremendous growth during the last 20 years and now has a population of about 20 thousand people.

Battle Ground is located in the center of Clark County, 16 miles northwest of Vancouver and about four miles from Interstate 5. The city is flanked by the Cascade Mountains to the east, and the Coastal Range to the west. Rolling hills and pasture land gave it an unofficial slogan – “The Agricultural Heart of Clark County.”

Point of Interest: Battle Ground Lake Park is located approximately three miles northeast of the city. The state park’s 280 acres are centered on an ancient crater lake of volcanic origin. The park offers five miles of horse trails and a primitive equestrian camping area. The spring-fel lake is stocked with trout and is a favorite of local fishermen.

April 2016 Real Estate Snapshot for ViewHomes of Battle Ground

There are currently 36 Active ViewHomes for sale in Battle Ground at Nature As Neighbors.™ The most expensive is listed at 1.7 million, but is actually an historic home with most of the value in the adjacent acreage. Forty acres with 5 acre zoning make this an interesting investment, and with Battle Ground Lake State Park just across the road, the location is ideal.

Battle Ground ViewHomes are selling well this Spring of 2016. The median days on the market vary from 48 – 106 days. The average list is $547,500 and the average sold is $525,975. Contact us today for a complimentary consultation if you’re considering listing your home in the Battle Ground area. Buyers, we specialize in ViewHomes of Clark County and would enjoy helping you find the perfect spot to find “elbow room for the soul.” ™

Begin your search today.

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