(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma, WA

Sold on January 11, 2019

Classic 1930's Tudor in Lincoln District

620 34th St  · Tacoma, WA


3 Bed

1 Bath

1,552 Sq Ft

MLS ID: 1385203


Clas­sic 1930’s Tudor in Lin­coln Dis­trict has retained its char­ac­ter with arch ways, cove ceil­ings, orig­i­nal front door & hard­wood floors, built ins & alcove above the wood burn­ing fire­place. Per­fect com­bi­na­tion of old & new, this home has been fresh­ened up with a dou­ble van­i­ty in the bath­room, new microwave & dish­wash­er, 3 year old roof & fur­nace. Take a peak at the par­tial­ly fin­ished base­ment, allow­ing for more space & oppor­tu­ni­ty. Straight shot to Downtown’s Brew­ery District.


  • 3 bed­rooms
  • 1 bath­rooms
  • 1,552 square feet
  • 6,500 square foot lot
  • Offered for $250,000


The Lin­coln Dis­trict is just min­utes away! The Lin­coln Inter­na­tion­al Dis­trict is an incred­i­ble blend of his­toric build­ings and cul­tur­al diver­si­ty and has a high Walkscore. This renowned neigh­bor­hood just got a sweet refresh and has become even more pedes­tri­an friend­ly. Find out more about the Lin­coln Dis­trict Streetscape Project here! Plen­ty of places to eat around here by local, fam­i­ly owned estab­lish­ments and hard-to-find inter­na­tion­al items at sev­er­al spe­cial­ty mar­kets. The Lin­coln Dis­trict also cel­e­brates TET New Year Fes­ti­val – check their Face­book page for more info on the date of this event, which gen­er­al­ly occurs in February.

You’ll be hap­py to know that the East­side of Taco­ma just got a Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter — brand new (opened 1020), spa­cious pool that’s great for laps, there’s a fun slide, div­ing board, spray fea­tures, climb­ing wall, water vor­tex, hot tub, aqua zip and more. You can book pool par­ties, par­take in some water exer­cise and swim­ming lessons AND it’s afford­able! Play­ing in the water isn’t the only thing you can do here; they also have a Metronome Cof­fee shop, bas­ket­ball court, record­ing stu­dio, train­ing kitchen, social hall, fit­ness area and a dance room. While this new cen­ter is focus­ing on safe space for youth to go, it will serve the entire com­mu­ni­ty. More info on how the East­side Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter came to be.

Just min­utes away is McKin­ley Park, a part of Metroparks of Taco­ma and one of Tacoma’s first parks in 1901, is just 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. 

Best Hap­py Hour and Week­end Fare — Top of Taco­ma is just a mile away and is a fun bar/​tavern expe­ri­ence. It has some of the most unusu­al, unique and best tast­ing foods around. Def­i­nite­ly not your stan­dard bar fare. Bonus — they have hap­py hour twice a day!

The 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 is free to ride! The city is cur­rent­ly work­ing on an expan­sion plan with con­struc­tion final­iz­ing in 2022. This project will more than dou­ble the cur­rent length and will reach new des­ti­na­tions like the Old City Hall, the Sta­di­um Dis­trict, Wright Park and the Hill­top com­mu­ni­ties. Check here for link 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 for events or com­mut­ing! Both the light rail and train are just a mile away!

Down­town Taco­ma is a quick dri­ve in the mean­time and there are dozens of restau­rants with­in a lit­tle more than a mile down Pacif­ic Avenue. The Uni­ver­si­ty of Wash­ing­ton Taco­ma is also down the street, along with LeMay – America’s Car Muse­um, Taco­ma Art Muse­um, The Muse­um of Glass as well as the Wash­ing­ton State His­to­ry Muse­um.


CALL/TEXT Real­tor, Jes­si­ca Payne at 2538208773 or Ryan Knice­ly at 2533434049 for more information.


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