Looking for that slow pace of life, where time goes slower and there’s less stress of city dwelling? Well you’ve found your home! This home is encased in trees making you feel secluded in your space. There’s lots of room to spread out for those who enjoy their quiet time and privacy. Just standing outside of this home and breathe in all that clean air.
This home has more benefits than just peace and quiet, in your country paradise you can grow your own veggies in the temperature controlled greenhouse that makes its own little ecosystem. Control everything from water, nutrients, sun and other elements your plants need to stay on track for growing to their fullest. Enjoy bountiful salads everyday!
You can raise your own chickens here too in the custom built chicken coop. No need for store bought eggs, because you’ll have your own. There are more benefits than just the fresh eggs too. Chickens love kitchen scraps, making for great composters. Use can also use chicken waste to your compost pile and use it as garden fertilizer.
There aren’t many homes where you’re going to find a tool shed with electrical in it. Plus you’ll be able to organize everything and know exactly where it is when you need it. Now you can complete all those projects you’ve been wanting to start!
Cool down in the summer in the banks of the Nisqually River. Just 4 miles away is McKenna Park. It’s a local hot spot with a playground, picnic tables and a paved boat launch. There’s plenty of parking available, picnic tables and restrooms.
Grab a bite to eat to have a picnic on the river at Jim Bob’s Chuck Wagon — meat plates with two sides and a roll or sweet cornbread, doesn’t that sound like a heavenly lunch? They offer brisket, pulled pork and sausages + they have everyone’s favorite sides to accompany the plates like green beans with bacon and onions, mac n cheese, coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans and fried okra.
You won’t have to wait long for everyone’s favorite festivity in Roy — the Roy Rodeo! Happening June 1 – 2 and August 31 — September 1 and only a $13 fee to attend. The parking is free on the rodeo grounds, so get there early and enjoy the food booths along with the covered beer and wine garden, while you take in bull riding, barrel racing, breakaway roping, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling and more.
Downtown Yelm is 7 miles away — there are lots of little shops, dining options, a Safeway, a Tractor Supply store with a variety of agricultural & livestock supplies, plus tools, work wear & boots. You’ll also find a Walmart Supercenter and Prairie Lanes for bowling.