(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma, WA

Sold on November 8, 2019

6th Ave Foursquare

1006 Anderson St  · Tacoma, WA


3 Bed

1.5 Bath

1,492 Sq Ft

MLS ID: 1511814

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Tucked a few blocks back from 6th Ave, this home gives you seclu­sion from city life while still hav­ing the walk­a­bil­i­ty to restau­rants and shops. Open flow between all of the main floor liv­ing spaces makes it feel bright and mod­ern, while the entry­way & read­ing room help to main­tain its orig­i­nal charm. Upstairs you will find 3 bed­rooms & a beau­ti­ful­ly updat­ed full bath­room. Enjoy time out­side on the cov­ered deck or on the front porch. Don’t miss the unfin­ished base­ment & check out the video tour!


  • 3 bed­rooms
  • 1.5 bath­rooms
  • 1,492 square feet 
  • Ful­ly fenced yard + gar­den space 
  • Built in 1904 
  • Off street parking 
  • Taco­ma School Dis­trict (Franklin Elem, Jason Lee Mid­dle and Foss High School) 


Get house-brewed beer & ale plus burg­ers and oth­er delight­ful com­fort food at Engine House No. 9 — Built in 1907, this his­toric loca­tion was once home to night watch­men and horse led fire crew, serv­ing the Tacoma’s North End. For many years it served as bat­tal­ion head­quar­ters and was the last sta­tion in Taco­ma to con­vert from horse-drawn to mech­a­nized equipment. 

Franklin Park is just min­utes away and cov­ers an area of more than 20 acres and is home to many out­door activ­i­ties all year round. There’s a free spray­ground that’s per­fect for those warm sum­mer days, open May through Sep­tem­ber. A com­mu­ni­ty gar­den that pro­vides both phys­i­cal and social ben­e­fits for peo­ple in the neigh­bor­hood. You can also find plen­ty of open field to play in, a walk­ing trail, ample park­ing, bas­ket­ball park, a play­ground, restrooms and a pic­nic shel­ter. And on the rare occa­sion that Taco­ma sees snow fall, this park has some mild hills that are used for sledding. 

6th Avenue, a Taco­ma sta­ple and where every­thing is hap­pen­ing. Some hon­or­able men­tions include — MSM Deli (one bite and you’ll know why they’re called Mag­i­cal Sand­wich Mak­ers’!), Jazzbones — a great spot for tak­ing in some music, Dirty Oscar’s Annex — not just for great cock­tails, but they have a wicked brunch. Check their Face­book page for rotat­ing spe­cials and The Red Hot — cre­ative hot dogs and ample craft beers. Ice Cream Social thee place for all nat­ur­al, home­made local ice cream you’ll take home by the pint full. Metronome Cof­fee — a hip cof­fee house with open-mic nights. 


CALL/TEXT The Knice­ly Group, Ryan Knice­ly at 2533434049 or Reid Grimm at 2538882976 for more infor­ma­tion on this list­ing or a pri­vate showing.


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