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Appleton, WA

About Appleton, WA

Fire Risk
Property Trend
Rivers & Creeks
Oak Trees
Evergreen Trees
Medical Care
Rural Feeling

Where is Appleton, WA?

Is Appleton for you?

Looking for a peaceful escape from the city? Come and explore the stunning natural beauty of Appleton, WA in Klickitat County! This picturesque town is so small don’t miss it as you drive by!

Appleton, WA is a green perfect place to build your next home, or retire in a tranquil setting. Surrounded by lush forests with back roads to get anywhere in Klickitat County, Appleton offers a wide variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting.

Driving to Appleton can take a bit of time – roughly 25 minutes down to the Columbia River. The Canyon Market in Klickitat, WA is down the hill provides basic grocery necessities. Otherwise, Appleton locals travel to The Dalles, White Salmon, or Hood River to stock up. If you don’t mind a longer, beautify drive, then Appleton is a highly rated spot to consider. It is recommended to have AWD or 4×4 if you decide to live here year around. The main roads are plowed.

If you like keeping to yourself, Appleton is perfect for you if you want a rural life. With affordable real estate prices, keep your eye out for the rare opportunities for property in this area!

Appleton, WA Forest
Prairie-like scenery on Fisher Hill Rd in Appleton, WA.

Real Estate Market

How competitive is the market?

The Appleton real estate market is generally slow but showing more interest. If a property is heavily wooded and private, in good condition, and has great timber, then expect it to get more attention.

Bare land does not come up in this area all that frequently, so it doesn’t stick around long either. The heavily wooded environment attracts a lot of recreational interest.

Property values

Property values in Appleton range from low to medium.

Appleton, WA Fields
Appleton, WA may be known for it’s evergreen timbers, but they do have cattle and grassy fields!

The History of Appleton

Starting off as a mill town to produce timber products. Appleton still very much carries this blue collar vibe. Living in the forest does that!

Most notably, the Appleton Log Hall (which is hardly standing today) served as a community gathering place, hosting dances, concerts, and other social events. It was built in 1912 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 2, 1992.

There is not a lot on record for the history of Appleton, WA. Go check it out for yourself!

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