Here is the Tenino and Bucoda WA real estate market update for January 2015.
Why live in Tenino?
Tenino WA is located Southeast of Olympia off of Old Highway 99. There is some dispute how Tenino got its name; some say it is from a Native American word meaning “junction” or “meeting place;” others say it was named after the railroad engine numbered “10-9-0.”
Why live in Bucoda?
Bucoda WA is just south of Tenino. Bucoda’s name is clearly documented. It was named after three men in the town’s mining business: James Buckley, Samuel Coulter and John David. Bucoda was the location of the territory’s penitentiary in the late 1800s. In 1887, the penitentiary was relocated to Walla Walla, WA.
Both towns feature farming parcels as well as vintage homes in the downtown areas. Some residents have lake views and golf course views. Neighborhoods include Maytown, McIntosh Lake, McIntosh Ridge, Offut Lake and Scott Lake.
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Tenino and Bucoda real estate market snapshot
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Local statistics compiled by Francine Viola from NWMLS data. Statistics not compiled or published by NWMLS (Northwest Multiple Listing Service).
Originally posted and written by Francine Viola at her blog site: www.InTuneRealEstate.com, where you can learn more about the real estate market in Thurston County and get tips and advice for a smooth real estate transaction!