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Central Washington’s Ultimate Playground Finds a Home at Crescent Ridge  | Sponsored

By Seattle Mag March 31, 2023

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This article originally appeared in the May/June 2023 issue of Seattle Magazine.

In sun-soaked Central Washington, overlooking the majestic Columbia River, Crescent Bar has long been the spot where Eastern and Western Washington come together for summer fun on the lake-like waters of the Columbia River or wintertime fun four wheeling and hiking along the ridges. Now, the bar is being raised with a brand-new neighborhood at Crescent Ridge.  

The 40-acre Vineyard community being introduced this spring will feature a collection of modern homes set in terraced rows with carefully cultivated grape vines winding up the ridge. With direct access to the Columbia River’s ultimate playground, these homes provide for adventure-filled days on the water that give way to dramatic evening sunsets that silhouette basalt cliffs and draw your gaze skyward for captivating star-lit nights.  

Building a legacy on the cliffs of the Columbia 

The 2,300-to-2,800-square-foot homes are all designed to ensure a spectacular view of the stunning basalt cliffs and river below, including floor-to-ceiling windows and extensive wraparound covered patios. These contemporary homes also feature three ensuite bedrooms and expansive kitchens. 

This neighborhood’s amenity mix will be an entertainer’s dream, including planned wine tasting events venue and an amphitheater. 

Created with complete functionality in mind, the community provides owners with the chance to recreate without constraints. Every type of toy is welcome here. Just steps from the Crescent Bar boat launch, homeowners and their guests will appreciate the rich amenity collection, including cliffside pools, racquet courts, and more. 

Final construction details are wrapping up on the first collection of homes at the Vineyard. Those interested in learning more about ownership are invited to register at or contact the sales team at 509-787-0500. 

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