Centralia is the ideal place to set your roots and find your home. The town, originally named Centerville, got its name because of it’s convenient location directly between Seattle and Portland. It is family-friendly, with appealing amenities for people of all ages. This historic downtown boasts first-class restaurants and quaint antique shops. As a result of the big-name brands at the Centralia Outlet Mall, many locals and tourists alike stop by to enjoy shopping and eating at one of the many dining options.
Outdoor activities abound with nearby hiking, biking, mountain climbing, trails, fishing and golf courses. Community parks include a skateboard park and are popular gathering places for youth. Similarly, the new Northwest Sports Hub is a destination for a variety of sporting activities and special events year-round.
Events such as Dance Festival Northwest, Northwest Wind Symphony, Girls Night Out, Pacific Northwest Chamber Orchestra, Summerfest, AntiqueFest, ARTrails and the annual Christmas Lighted Tractor Parade provide fun and entertainment for all ages.
Centralia Community College provides an array of curriculum for undergraduate studies with academic transfer, workforce education and specified bachelor’s degrees. It is considered a local treasure for both local and transfer students. Education is on the forefront as 2018 saw the building of two new elementary schools and a major remodel of Centralia High School.
The Historic Centralia Train Station and nearby Chehalis-Centralia Airport make travel convenient if travelling by commuter plane or rail. Because of this, housing is considered affordable when compared with the larger surrounding urban areas. High-speed internet makes telecommuting a convenient option in blending the Northwest lifestyle and work a reality.
Centralia Providence Hospital is an award-winning community resource.For instance, It has the distinct honor of one of only 405 United States hospitals to earn top performer on key quality measures designated by The Joint Commission. (washington.providence.org)
Centralia has a vast array of housing options. Apartments, condominiums, single and multi- family homes and retirement communities are all part of what make this small town community. Housing prices are substantially less than the nearby urban areas, and being close makes driving distance to larger cities easy commuting.
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406 George Anthony Lane Centralia, Washington
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,980 SqFt 2.080 Acres
712 State Street Centralia, Washington
4 Beds 2 Baths 2,508 SqFt 3.120 Acres
124 Reinke Road Centralia, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,456 SqFt 6.250 Acres
808 W Pear Street Centralia, Washington
4 Beds 2 Baths 1,450 SqFt 0.340 Acres
227 S Cedar Street Centralia, Washington
4 Beds 3 Baths 2,140 SqFt 0.240 Acres
1804 Taylor Street Centralia, Washington
2 Beds 2 Baths 1,092 SqFt 0.370 Acres
612 H Street Centralia, Washington
5 Beds 2 Baths 2,184 SqFt 0.150 Acres
1111 Fieldcrest Avenue Centralia, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,673 SqFt 0.360 Acres
109 Elma Drive Centralia, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,296 SqFt 2.500 Acres
1005 W 1st Street Centralia, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,230 SqFt 0.130 Acres
114 S Buckner Street Centralia, Washington
3 Beds 1 Baths 1,452 SqFt 0.130 Acres
310 S Iron Street Centralia, Washington
4 Beds 2 Baths 2,536 SqFt 0.080 Acres
1309 St Helens Street Centralia, Washington
2 Beds 1 Baths 738 SqFt 0.002 Acres
1406 LEWIS Street Centralia, Washington
2 Beds 2 Baths 1,745 SqFt 0.220 Acres