(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma, WA

Sold on February 7, 2019

Coastal Cottage in Old Town Tacoma

2320 29th St  · Tacoma, WA

$430,000

2 Bed

2 Bath

1,184 Sq Ft

MLS ID: 1395107

FULL LISTING DETAILS HERE

WEL­COME HOME

Every day is a vaca­tion in this coastal cot­tage just 4 blocks from the Rus­ton Way water­front! Two bed­rooms on the main floor, plus 1.5 baths, an updat­ed eat-in kitchen, laun­dry room and access to the pri­vate deck. Great con­do alter­na­tive with attached two-car garage, and low main­te­nance yard. Need grass? No wor­ries! Right across the street is his­toric Old Town park, which is home to a large play area and live music in the sum­mer­time. Great cof­fee & eats are also close, and the com­mute is short!

THEDETAILS

  • 2 bed­rooms
  • 1 full bath­rooms + Two half baths
  • 1,184 square feet
  • Built in 1924
  • 2‑car attached garage
  • Offered for $425,000

THECOM­MU­NI­TY

Just a few blocks from the water­front, local eatery Mon­ta­ma­ra Kitchen serves Val­hal­la Cof­fee — and a tasty brunch! Anoth­er local favorite is the The Spar Tav­ern – an icon­ic brick build­ing perched on the cor­ner of North 30th and McCarv­er. They have a cof­fee shop in front, and full seat­ing around back, plus pool tables and live music on the weekends.

Direct­ly in front of this home, you’ll find a lit­tle trail with easy access to the Old Town Park in the busi­ness dis­trict of Old Town, Taco­ma. It has a new­er play­ground, half bas­ket­ball court, walk­ways, site fur­ni­ture, shel­ter build­ing and the Job Carr Cab­in Muse­um. In the sum­mer you can enjoy free music in the park dur­ing the Old Town Con­cert series. Click here for the full line­up of local musi­cians and times. 

Prac­ti­cal­ly in your own back­yard — Go explor­ing through Ursich Park — it’s a wild and dense for­est; full of native habi­tat. You just might spot a batch of fresh fawns and urban deer bounc­ing through this gulch. The trail is only .5 miles long and a lit­tle stren­u­ous, but it’s no worse than the steps get­ting down Puget Park.

Plen­ty of din­ing along Rus­ton Way Water­front — Katie Downs Water­front Tav­ern (renowned for its deep dish piz­za!), Duke’s Chow­der House (great stop for hap­py hour) and long time favorite Har­bor Lights .

Point Rus­ton also has the new La Palo­ma Arti­san and Vin­tage Mar­ket — Don’t miss out on this week­end arti­san & vin­tage out­door shop­ping expe­ri­ence run­ning now through October. 

This home is also just min­utes to plen­ty of din­ing options plus Cen­tu­ry The­aters — roomy lounge chairs and free park­ing for movie patrons. Grab some afford­able and pop­u­lar fish and chips from The Dai­ly Catch, an exten­sion of WildFin Amer­i­can Grill where you can get a 2‑piece cod and chips is $7.99 and a 2‑piece hal­ibut and chips is $12.99. The hard­est deci­sion is ketchup, tar­tar sauce our their home­made jalapeño aioli, all self serve. You can also find shop­ping & din­ing & enter­tain­ment – Jew­el Box Café, Farrelli’s Piz­za, Stack 571, Ice Cream Social and more on the way as this area keeps developing! 

CON­TACT

Call or text Anne Jones at 2534448481 or jen­ny Wet­zel at 2533819788 for more infor­ma­tion on this list­ing or a pri­vate showing.

Location

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