From Craftsman to Contemporary, there is something here for everyone to love. Fully remodeled, every system of this 1920’s home is newer; electrical, plumbing, windows, roof and HVAC. No expense was spared. Classic Oak hardwood floors on 1st & 2nd floor, Kenmore Pro Elite, commercial grade Viking Oven, cherry cabinet w/ chocolate finish & bamboo floors in kitchen. 2/3 bedrooms on the main floor, large bathroom placed in-between w/ soaking tub and stone surround.
- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- 1,920 sq ft
- 3,920 square foot lot
- Built in 1921
Location, location, location – In the heart of Bremerton, close to dining, shopping, entertainment, parks and along the bus route. No surprise this home has a Walkscore of 76. There’s always something to do in the bustling coastal town; Bremerton.
Just one block away is Kiwanis Park. This 3.58 acre neighborhood park has a football/soccer field, playground, trails and pathways, tables/benches, restrooms, picnic shelters and a drinking fountain. Lots of room to play with the kids or walk the dogs.
In the summer months you can look forward to enjoying the Evergreen Rotary Park along the Bremerton waterfront with beach access. Ample parking, boat launch, and the Bremerton Farmers Market on Thursdays that run from the beginning of May to Mid October. Check their site for events and officially open/close dates. There’s also yoga in the park, a Chef offering food demonstrations, acoustic jams, a kids market, dogs days and more!
Feeling hungry, need a cocktail, coffee or something sweet? In a 4 block radius, you’ll find something to hit the spot! Tom’s Teriyaki House is two blocks away, serving up your traditional teriyaki, yakisoba and Chinese food. In the same lot is Sirens – a quaint little bar offering karaoke, sports games so you can hang with other 12’s, and eat highly rated pizza. You just can’t beat grabbing a maple bar the size of your hand at Dallas Donuts or whatever your heart desires – better grab a dozen because you’ll want another one later.
Get your caffeine fix at the The Coffee Oasis Cafe & Naval Drive Thru – they not only have organic, shade grown coffee that’s locally roasted, but a decant food menu too. Breakfast, pastries, paninis, sandwiches, salads and soups. Coffee Oasis creates opportunities for homeless youth while also supporting coffee farmers in-country.
One of the sellers favorite places to dine is Noah’s Ark. The locals highly rate them for having tasty burgers and a delicious chicken finger sub. The menu is expansive with lots of delicious sandwiches, burgers, subs, fish and chips, salads, soups and old fashioned milkshakes to choose from.
Visit downtown – you won’t have far to go to get there as it’s only 6 minutes away! The seller recommended dining at Toro Lounge. Make an evening date out of it. There’s plenty of other dining options like the Sweet and Smokey Diner, El Balcon, The Curry Indian Cuisine & Lounge, Umami Kitchen and the Horse & Cow Bar and Grill. Catch a movie at SEEfilm Cinemas or play some old school games at the Another Castle Arcade Edition.
CALL/TEXT Realtor – Jenny Wetzel (253) 381-9788 for more information on Buying/Selling Real Estate