(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma, WA

Sold on August 17, 2018

Custom Gem at the Estates

Lake Tapps, WA

$495,000

4 Bed

2.75 Bath

2,736 Sq Ft

MLS ID: 1326636

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This is the home you’ve been wait­ing for! Many cus­tom upgrades added by sell­ers. Feels like a cus­tom home as you enter with the new hard­woods, fresh paint, high ceil­ings and recent­ly remod­eled kitchen & more. This is a home that stands out from the rest. New floors in 2017, kitchen cab­i­nets pro­fes­sion­al­ly re-fin­ished 6/2018, new gran­ite slab, traver­tine back splash S/S appli­ances extend­ed patio w/​Gaze­bo! 4 beds w/​bonus room, loft & flex room on main floor! Move in ready and in Dieringer School District.

The Neigh­bor­hood

Walk, ride your bike or dri­ve to the Lake­land Towne Cen­ter — less than a mile away you’ll find Leg­endary Dough­nuts, Haggen Food & Phar­ma­cy, The Rock Wood Fired Piz­za, Puer­to Val­lar­ta Mex­i­can Restau­rant, Ichi Teriya­ki, Hop Jacks Restau­rant, Sushi Kon­a­mi, Star­buck, Menchie’s, Solei Day Spa, The UPS Store, Safari Nails, Regency Clean­ers, Pet Pros, Star­bucks, MOD Piz­za and soon to be open­ing Stack 571

Pack a pic­nic and head to Lake Tapps — less than 4 miles away! This pop­u­lar swim­ming and boat launch area is locat­ed on the north side of Lake Tapps. A large­ly unde­vel­oped 135 acre site with approx­i­mate­ly 10,000 feet of water­front access includ­ing a sandy swim­ming area. North Lake Tapps Coun­ty Park offers spec­tac­u­lar views of Mount Rainier to the south and is a great place for kids and adults to swim. The park has sev­er­al ameni­ties that include, bar­beque grills, beach access, a boat ramp, pic­nic tables, trails, rest rooms and a sea­son­al con­ces­sion stand. There’s also the Allan Yorke Park on the oppo­site side of the lake, as well as the Tapps Island Golf Course and the new­ly opened Island Lodge that offers deck seat­ing, over­looks the water and has stel­lar moun­tain views. Sun­set Park — a 15-acre green space with a play area, skate park & pic­nic shel­ter, plus a bas­ket­ball court & trails, just a mile away. Anoth­er park that locals enjoy is Game Farm Park. It’s a short 12 minute dri­ve and offers a play­ground & walk­ing trail, plus facil­i­ties for soft­ball, soc­cer, ten­nis & basketball.

If you’re look­ing for a fab craft beer selec­tion in a rus­tic and com­fort­able space, vis­it the Half Lion Brew­ery. And if you need some food to go with that cold one, they have a rotat­ing selec­tion of local food trucks that vis­it. Be sure to check their cal­en­dar to see what food truck will be present along with live music!

The sweet lit­tle city of Sum­n­er is 13 min­utes away and you’re going to love being able to vis­it here — the Rhubarb Pie Cap­i­tal! It’s called the Rhubarb Pie Cap­i­tal because they real­ly know how to hon­or rhubarb.The Sum­n­er val­ley pro­duces amaz­ing­ly tall and thick rhubarb and they serve up some darn good Rhubarb pie, with the kind of pie crust that’s been hand­ed down from gen­er­a­tions of grand­mas. Just head on over to the mom and pop oper­a­tion Berry­land Café, if you want to know what an out­stand­ing pie tastes like. If you’re a pie bak­er, start whip­ping yours up now for that blue rib­bon and enter the Rhubarb Bake-Off at the Sumner’s Rhubarb Days in August. If pie eat­ing is more your style, there’s a con­test for that too.

If you’re look­ing for the best schools to send your kid­dos to, you’re in luck. The Dieringer Schools Dis­trict is high­ly rat­ed. The rank sec­ond in 197 Wash­ing­ton school districts. 

Are you look­ing to sell or buy a home? CALL/TEXT Real­tor, Shel­ley Heck for more infor­ma­tion at 414.745.4678.


Location

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