Where a small farming community meets big city vision.

Until a little over 10 years ago, Tieton was a sleepy farming town in the furthest corner of the upper Yakima Valley. It’s not a place you’d pass through to get to anywhere, the road just kind of hits a dead end here. However, with an undaunted vision and the means to bring it to fruition, a group of investors from Seattle turned this town into a center for art and community, honoring the traditions and cultures of the existing residents while bringing in new and exciting businesses and events. 


Want to find out a bit more? Check out the Mighty Tieton website to see how an old fruit warehouse is now the home of cultural events throughout the year. Want to sample the local eats? Take some time to visit the tapas bar at the 617 or the local El Salvadorian food at Don Mateos. Want to shop for a new Filson jacket? Yeah, you can even shop for high-end wares at the local Mercantile. 


If you’re looking for a relaxing and quiet existence in a beautiful setting, Tieton would be the perfect place to call home. It sits at the base of Chinook and White Passes, putting you literally minutes from adventure. In terms of employment, Tieton Crossing is only a few miles from a few of the largest fruit plants in the state, and due to the close proximity to Yakima, Naches, and Selah, getting to town to go to work is an easy and beautiful drive along the Naches River.

Featured in Heritage Real Estate Group's Series Home in the Valley