LISTED for $265,000
SOLD for $290,000 – June 2018
320 E 32nd Street Unit #206 Tacoma, WA 98404
Live urban in the pristine Hawthorne Hill unit #206. Sweeping views of Commencement Bay, Olympics & Downtown city lights – enjoyable from the kitchen/living/dining and private balcony! Large master suite with walk in closet, remote operated blinds and radiant heat. Den is fully equipped with space-saving Murphy Bed, adjustable shelving & new hardwood floors. Perfectly set up for your office or guest suite. Roof top deck & BBQ, exercise room, enhanced building security & more. What a treat to be apart of such a stellar community and live in a comfortable upgraded condo. Come inside to see for yourself!
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 full bathrooms
- 1,052 square feet
- Built in 2002
- Parking off street and in common garage
- Radiant heat
- Offered for $265,000
HAWTHORNE HILL COMMUNITY
Not only will the sellers miss the view, but also the many members of the Hawthorne Hill community. The 4th of July roof top BBQ, and Christmas party potluck are two annual events that are throughly enjoyed. Having a 360 degree view of firework show on the 4th and showing off your cooking skills on Christmas have been really enjoyable for the sellers. All the while creating lasting relationships with their neighbors and friends. Community amenities include the Lounge, equipped with it’s own kitchen and an abundance of seating. This room can be reserved to host private events or enjoyed while quietly reading a book by yourself. Hawthorne has full surveillance and additional building security (fab access only) around the clock, a covered garage with an additional storage space (#25) and guest parking in the front and back of the building.
PARKS & RECREATION
McKinley Park, was one of Tacoma’s first parks in Tacoma (1901). It’s located a few blocks away with 26+ acres, sporting tree lined hiking trails and a 7-acre dog park for walking dogs. It also has 2 playgrounds with new equipment & a pond. This park boasts four streams and four wetlands. The largest of the wetlands was enhanced and expanded. It is considered a wetland of local significance by the City of Tacoma and provides many valuable benefits to the community. The park is kept up by the Friends of McKinley Park – volunteer natural area sponsors for this park. They help existing park service with litter pickup and removal, invasive plant removal, native plant planting, organized work parties and more.
FOOD & DRINK!
Let’s talk about food and drinks! ? Just 3 blocks away is one of the best Tacoma dinner destination- Stanley and Seaforts! They’ve got Prime rib, oysters Rockefeller & other American classics, plus views of the city and harbor. The ambiance, cuisine and drinks will leave you feeling completely satisfied. If you are searching for a more casual dinner or happy hour, choose the Top of Tacoma. Half a mile away, you’ll get a fun bar/tavern experience. They have happy hour twice a day and 3 pole tables – there is no such thing as a “quick trip”. You may get stuck here for hours!
PROXIMITY TO TACOMA HIGHLIGHTS
The Tacoma Dome – where concerts and large events are hosting, is just down the road and far enough away to not be bothered by the noise of events! McKinley Avenue bridge that stretches over I-5 is near completion and scheduled to be ready for use this summer (2018). Once complete, it will allow for an easy walk to The Dome so you can avoid those pricey parking fees!
Check out these destination that are minutes from Hawthorne Hill Condominiums – University of Washington Tacoma – LeMay – America’s Car Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, The Museum of Glass Washington State History Museum.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TACOMA
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 IT’S FREE! The City of Tacoma is currently working on an expansion plan with construction finalizing in 2022. This project will more than double the current length and reach new destinations like the Old City Hall, the Stadium District, Wright Park and the Hilltop communities. Check here for link and 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! Both the light rail and train are just a mile away!
CALL/TEXT Realtor, Jenny Wetzel for more information. 253-381-9788, Jenny@jennywetzelhomes.com