If you or someone you know is searching for a home in the Yakima valley that features loads of bedrooms, privacy, a vacation-type feel, and barn space for the animals then you have got to check out this stunning $1.5 Million Dollar home that just came on the market!

According to realtor.com 11392 Zier Rd, Yakima, WA 98908 includes five bedrooms, two and a half baths, over 3,000 square feet, and 3.46 acres of land for your horses, goats, pigs, cows, and beyond!

It's located on a strip of land that's gated with its own private drive-away and on top of the sizeable house there is a giant workshed and an impeccably maintained barn on the property. You had me at wood floors but then I saw the stone fireplace and master suite and I just wished for a split second that being a DJ paid more!

What I dream about could be all yours if you've got the mullah! Take a peek and happy house hunting!

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