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Orchards Landing - 11518 NE 126th Place, Vancouver, WA

Orchards Landing
12601 Northeast 116th Way, Orchards, WA
Last listed price
3 beds
3 baths
1498 SqFt
Unit is no longer tracked by Livabl.
View 3D Floorplans at Orchards Landing! Cascade UMF2 The Cascade UMF2 is a thoughtfully designed townhome here at the Orchards Landing community. At 1,498 square feet, the Cascade plan includes 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a tech niche. Entertaining is a breeze on the spacious main floor that features an open concept design with 9-foot ceilings. In the kitchen youll find a timeless design with solid quartz countertops, a 4 backsplash, stainless steel appliances, pantry, and large kitchen island. See more details below about the Cascade plan below Cascade UMF2 Highlights: Stainless Steel Appliances such as a Free-Standing Range Oven, Microwave with Vent Hood and Dishwasher 10-Year Limited Warranty 50+ Gallon Heat Pump Water Heater Solid Surface Quartz Countertops in Kitchen and Bathrooms Forced Air Electric Heat Pump System with Cooling Fully Fenced Rear Yard with Gate Front Yard Landscaping and Irrigation Check out our entire Community Feature list here! Get ahead of your new home search! Get Started with DHI Mortgage Today! Photos are representative of plan only and may vary as built.
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11518 NE 126th Place Details

11518 NE 126th Place
Two+ Story
Fee simple
3 beds
2 full | 1 half
Interior Size:
1498 SqFt
Lot Size:
Ceiling Heights:
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Price history

Unit listed as Sold
Unit listed as In Contract and price lowered by 2.56% to $379,995
Unit listed as For Sale at $389,995

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