3415 N 30th Street
Listing by NWMLS / Theory Real Estate
- Year Built 1909
- Lot Size 5,998 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 2
- Parking Type Driveway, Attached Garage
- Style Craftsman
- Lot Details Alley, Curbs, Paved, Sidewalk
- View Bay
- Exterior Features Wood Products
- Interior Features Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet, Second Kitchen, Bath Off Master, Double Pane/Storm Window, Dining Room, French Doors, Jetted Tub, Walk-In Closet(s)
- Floor Covering Ceramic Tile, Engineered Hardwood, Hardwood, Vinyl Plank, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $10,973 (2021)
- MLS Number 1825805
Grab your reusable bag and head to the Proctor District located less than a mile away! Step out on a Saturday and head to the Proctor Farmers Market to get all their fresh, locally sourced fruits and veggies. The Farmers Market is running now through December.
This little hub offers lots of locally-owned shops for clothing, play, entertainment, and dining. Find The Metropolitan Market, Safeway, Knapp’s Restaurant, The Blue Mouse Theatre, Peaks & Pints Craft Beer Store, Pomodoro, East West, Viva, Cactus, Top Pot Doughnuts, Olympia Coffee Roasters and Fernseed, Toast Mi, Lapis, Waffle Stop, Crudo & Cotto, Rudy’s Barbershop and Bliss Ice Cream.
Locals are excited that Ice Cream Social just moved into the neighborhood! It’s time to scoop up all their seasonal fav flavors for fall like pumpkin, chocolate peanut butter cup, Mad Hat Chai, snickerdoodle, and apple cider sorbet. And no matter what flavor you get, you’ll enjoy that every batch is made with natural and local ingredients to make quality ice cream.
Grab brunch, lunch, and dinner at Brewer’s Row full of an array of Mexican dishes, or Cook’s Tavern, a rotating seasonal menu featuring various regions in the Americas. Also, check out Rosewood Cafe and order salmon tacos and a cowboy sundae for dessert.
If you’re looking for a good workout and easy access to Point Ruston the Puget Creek Natural Area is good for both! This 66-acre, heavily wooded, natural area is also one of three salmon-bearing streams within city limits. The trails are used for both hiking and biking. Getting down the stairs that wind down the hillside is fairly easy, but you’ll be thankful for all the little rest stops and benches on the way back up as there’s a 200’ elevation gain, with the grade hitting about 10%. You’ll hear lots of beautiful birds chirping through the trees and may even see the families of deer that call this place their home. Locals know that this is the trail to take down to Ruston Way for the 4th of July festivities every year - zero parking hassle. Just remember to take flashlights as it gets very dark once the sun goes down.