LISTED for $315,000
SOLD for $340,000 – November 2020
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Iconic Craftsman Home in the heart of newly renovated Lincoln District Tacoma. Modern infrastructure brought to life the culturally diverse community in which our city thrives and is home to many authentic eateries, shops and stores. 1915 constructions with expected design details such as: floor to ceiling windows, 10-foot ceilings, oak floors and fully wrapped windows. Private yard on an oversized lot with mature apple, pear, plum and cherry trees will ignite your inner urban gardener. You’ll love it here!
SOLD – 3617 Fawcett Ave, Tacoma, WA 98418
Listed for $315,000; Sold for $345,000
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1,525 Square feet
- Built in 1915
Rich in culture, charming neighborhood feel and an overall ideal location for the commuter, it’s no surprise that the owners have loved their two-decades of living in this delightful Craftsman home in the Lincoln District of Tacoma, WA
Full of character and original style; upon entry you will be greeted with durable, original yellow oak hardwood floors. To the right of the entryway is the open living room with large windows and a cozy, wood burning fireplace; it’s the best spot in the house to cuddle up in the colder winter months. Through the handmade French doors (made by the current owner), you will arrive at the dining room, complete with a butler door that swings open into the kitchen. The kitchen has both original and newer elements: solid wood cabinets that were installed in the 1950’s paired with updated, stainless steel appliances.
Walk up the wood stairwell to the three bedrooms with large windows and even larger closet space. On a clear day, take in the view of Mt. Rainier from the comfort of your bed. Under the carpet, you will find original pine floors. Another original feature of the home: five panel and four panel wood doors with all original hardware complete with the unique, Corbin key and lock.
In the backyard, enjoy the oversized yard and abundance of fruit trees and garden space. The yard and garden are something the current owners will miss the most. It’s not too often you’ll find a cherry tree, apple tree, two plum trees and a grafted Asian pear tree in your backyard, along with established blueberries and raspberries. In addition, the home comes with a newer roof, one-car garage, plus unfinished basement. A little bit of new design mixed in with the 1915 charm and style makes this Craftsman a wonderful place to call home.