Downtown Tacoma Living

Downtown Tacoma Living

3201 Pacific Ave #104 – Great room and Kitchen

3201 Pacific Ave #104 – Living & Dining

3201 Pacific Ave #104 – Kitchen

3201 Pacific Ave #104 – Master bedroom. Access to large covered patio. BBQ’ing is allowed!

3201 Pacific Ave #104 – Master bath

“Dream on baby”… that’s what you WERE saying before you discovered this condo opportunity. Situated just above two of the busiest districts in Tacoma, for under $300k. Yes, you can have your share of investment in this bustling community and call it home! This is a unique opportunity to live above the Dome District where the heart of Tacoma’s public transportation lies, the UW Tacoma Campus, several state and local museums and a diverse mix of eateries, coffee shops, breweries, brick and mortar fashion stores and a plethora of other exceptional stores. All this established just over a mile down the road in the Dome and Downtown District. Take the opportunity while it’s still here and invest in this pristine Pacific Tower Unit, #104. It won’t last!

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 full bathroom + one 3/4 bathroom
  • 1,303 square feet
  • Built in 2002
  • 1 parking space in common garage, 1 space outside.
  • Forced Air
  • Offered for $260,000

This house borders on Downtown & the Eastside of Tacoma, which just means more to love for you – the seller themselves even mentioned that this is a prime location to live in + they really brought their A game with info on everything to love about this location!

When asked about this location and their favorite places to visit, the sellers said, “This location is amazing! Easy freeway access to I-5 North and South. We have the Tacoma Mall 10 minutes away, not to mention 24 Hour Fitness, Safeway and several banks/credit unions just 5 minutes away.” There are dozens of restaurants within a little more than a mile down Pacific Avenue. The University of Washington Tacoma is also down the street, along with LeMay – America’s Car MuseumTacoma Art MuseumThe Museum of Glass as well as the Washington State History Museum. The owners love walking downtown Tacoma and the waterfront in the Spring and Summer time. One of their favorite destinations is Northern Fish Old Town, they have the best Dungeness Crab Louis Salad in town! Downtown also offers a fabulous Broadway Farmers Market every Thursday. It starts in May and stays open through October.

The best part of all is you can use public transportation to get around to all the wonderful places downtown! The Tacoma Link light rail is currently a 1.6-mile light rail line starting at the Tacoma Dome Station and ending at the Theater District on South 9th Street – and is free to ride! The city is currently working on an expansion plan with construction finalizing in 2022. This project will more than double the current length and will reach new destinations like the Old City Hall, the Stadium District, Wright Park and the Hilltop communities. Check here for link updates! Are you planning to attend a Sounders or Seahawks game in the future? Catch the Sounder Train at the Tacoma Dome Station northbound to Seattle – it’s convenient, cheap (about $5 to ride) and less of a hassle than sitting in I-5 traffic for events or commuting! Both the light rail and train are just a mile away!

When I asked the seller “If you were having lunch or dinner out, where would you go? And what’s your favorite menu item there?”, they enthusiastic responded with “Some of the nearby restaurants we love to eat are Pacific Southern, they offer a delicious Catfish Dinner! We also like ordering delivery from Abella Pizzeria, they have a great Antipasto Salad. The Top of Tacoma, is a favorite neighborhood bar, has some of the best sandwiches – the NY Pastrami is one of our favorites.”

There are also some superb parks located close to this home, both equal distances, McKinley Park -pathways among the trees and new playground equipment and one of Tacoma’s first parks (1901) & Lincoln Park – picnic & playground area – 4 minutes away. In the summer you can look forward to Stewart Heights Pool being just 2 miles away and offers 160 foot Water Slide, Lazy River, Zero-depth entry, Bubble Pool, Water Play Structure, Water Basketball, Tumble Buckets, pool parties and swim lessons.

So many activities and places to enjoy!

CALL/TEXT Realtor, Jenny Wetzel for more information. 253-381-9788

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Captivating Fife Heights Home

Captivating Fife Heights Home

Captivating Fife Heights – Blue Front Door

Captivating Fife Heights – Porch

Captivating Fife Heights – Living Room

Captivating Fife Heights – Kitchen

Captivating Fife Heights – Master Bedroom

Captivating Fife Heights – Master Bathroom

Captivating Fife Heights – Back of home at dusk

Captivating Fife Heights home is located at the end of a quiet cut-de-sac in NE Tacoma and won’t last long! The circular flow on the main floor is practical, warm and inviting. Formal living, dining, open living room and expansive kitchen with large island is space enough to comfortably host large parties and cozy enough for date night, watching a movie by the fire. Backyard is fully fenced, level w/ small patio. Expansive 3-car attached garage. Upstairs there are 4 sizable bedrooms. Master suite w/ walk-in closet, vaulted ceilings and soaking tub. And the bonus room, located above the garage is large and far enough away from the bedrooms so quiet time in the rooms is not disturbed.

  • 4 bedrooms (with a large den)
  • 2 full and one half bathroom
  • 2,652 square feet
  • 10,626 square foot lot
  • Offered for $425,000

Northeast Tacoma borders the Port of Tacoma, Fife and Federal Way. “The location perfectly splits my family’s commutes and is near (without being too close) to Tacoma nightlife (makes for a perfect date night) and Federal Way shopping centers”. Another location perk, is proximity to, The the BPA Trail. “is great for walking the dogs or going for a run –  It’s just a few blocks away”. The BPA is a popular 3.83 walking and biking trail, and serves as a connector between Celebration Park and the downtown areas of Federal Way with its southwestern neighborhoods. The BPA Trail can be found at Celebration Park on Celebration Park Road or in the south at the dedicated lot where the trail meets SW 356th Street.

There are two shopping center in Federal Way – the Federal Way Crossing is 10 minutes away and offers up Costco, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Jimmy Macs Roadhouse (an authentic Texas dining experience, just watch out for those peanut shells!), Whole Sale Sports, The Rock Wood Fired Pizza, Menchies, LA Fitness + more. The seller mentioned their favorites are Thai Bistro where they usually ordered the Panang Curry (Soooo good!). Poverty Bay Cafe is another favorite that they ate at almost every weekend. They love their entire breakfast menu and they have great coffee. The Commons at Federal Way is just another minute drive and offers, DICK’s Sporting Goods, Century Theaters, Target, Panera, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin + more!

Nine minutes away is the West Hylebos Wetlands Parks – features a large trail network through 120 acres of unique old growth forest and wetlands in the heart of Federal Way. These wetlands are equal parts wildlife refuge, ecological and hydrological conservatory, nature trail, and pure natural wonder. One of the last remaining bogs in South King County, the Hylebos wetlands is easy to reach explore.

Celebration Park is just a couple more minutes north of the wetlands – watch the city’s budding athletes in action or see top-notch national baseball and soccer championships. The facility includes: batting fields with evening lights, bleachers, restroom and concession building, total of eight soccer and baseball fields with evening lights, children’s play structure, trails and pathways connecting to the BPA Trails System and parking

A personal recommendation for some of the best BBQ in town is Warthog BBQ Pit– think mouth watering slow smoked meats, tangy sauce and the best sides you’ve ever had! You can sit outside in the summer at their open tables, under the trees and enjoy some authentic sweet tea with your meal – just 12 minutes away.

GRAND OPENING WEEKEND!

  • Friday the 16th – 11:30 – 1:30pm
  • Saturday & Sunday (17th – 18th) 10 – 1pm

CALL/TEXT Realtor, Jenny Wetzel for more information. 253-381-9788
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