The Area

Amenities

Prosser is a tranquil oasis of green with a peaceful river meandering through. This clean, attractive town is friendly to all and features tree-lined streets, old-fashioned light poles, and cobbled sidewalks.

With almost 300 sunny days annually, this area offers a variety of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, boating, and golf.  The 22-mile Sacagawea Heritage Trail boasts sections ideal for biking, rollerblading, walking, and jogging. The trail is also perfect for viewing the multiple species of birds that inhabit the Columbian Basin.

There are many reasons people are relocating to Prosser, Washington, including all the activities and services you would want in a modern community: an athletic club, modern healthcare, and senior services, just to name a few.

Sports-watching enthusiasts will find ample opportunity to support local professional sports teams in baseball, hockey, and football.

Prosser is a great place to visit or call home!

Lifestyle

The Colombia Valley is the heart of Washington Wine Country. Sharing the same latitude as the world-famous Burgundy and Bordeaux regions of France, the Columbia Valley has the perfect soil conditions and temperature for making great wine.

The Tri Cities area wineries are still young enough to be intimate, yet experienced enough to produce world-class wines. A visit to one of the 160 area wineries in the Columbia Valley is a truly unique experience. You will often be greeted by the winemaker and invited to tour the vineyards, labs, and warehouse.

Weather

Prosser is a warm climate with only 9 inches of rain per year. Many retirees who have moved out of the area elect to return to the drier climate and low cost of living. The choice of lifestyle offered by Red Blend Villas—carefree living, an abundance of activities, and social support groups—should make that decision even easier.

Medical Facilities

The Tri Cities region serves as the healthcare hub of Eastern Washington, with four hospitals that provide a full array of health care services to residents. These include 24-hour emergency room care, family birthing centers, a neo-natal intensive care unit, state of the art imaging capabilities, and rehabilitation and counseling services. There is also a Regional Veterans Association Medical Center located in Walla Walla, which is approximately an hour and a half away.

Transportation

Retirees consider being within 30 miles of a major airport as a major factor in choosing a retirement destination.  The Port of Pasco owns and operates the Pasco Airport, which is approximately 45 minutes from the subject property. Pasco airport is serviced by Delta, Alaska, Air Horizon, United, and Allegiant airlines with destination points including Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis/St Paul, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Mesa.

An increase of over 100,000 passengers within the last 5 years put a strain on existing facilities and led to a $42 million expansion of the airport terminal.