If you’re looking for a great place for happy hour or dinner along the waterfront, check out Salty’s at Redondo Beach. Then enjoy a nice stroll along the boardwalk on Redondo Beach or enjoy the warm sand between your toes and enjoy some of the most stunning PNW sunsets. Comb the beach along the sand or use the wooden boardwalk to take in the scenery. This waterfront provides public and boater access.
Kent and Federal Way residents no longer have to make the trek to Seattle just for a tasty Dick’s Drive-In burger! What seemed like forever in the making finally arrived in January - starting the new year off right. Not only do they have a simple menu, but it’s affordable too. A Deluxe is just $3.40 and they’ve added new menu to the item, a plain hamburger. That’s right - if you just want a bun and a burger patty they now have it on the menu!
Get out and enjoy Lake Fenwick Park - a lush green lakefront park with a boat launch, a disc golf course, walking and jogging trails, wildlife and bird viewing, restrooms, a floating walkway, picnic tables and the lake allows fishing - all on 141 acres.
In the Redondo Square less than 2 miles away you’ll find a Safeway for your grocery needs, Bartell Drugs, Planet Fitness, a Banfield Pet Hospital, Starbucks, Papa Murphy’s and a Shell gas station.
This home is the ideal location for those commuting north or south, the onramp to I-5 is just minutes away, as well as the Redondo Heights Park and Ride.