4 BEDROOM HOME IN NORTH TACOMA
Half a mile from University of Puget Sound and the markets of Proctor stands a home with a fenced back yard, plenty of work-from-home space, off-street parking and room for a garage. Oak hardwoods cover the main floor living area with 2 beds and a bath down the hall. The finished basement extends the living space with its bedrooms, office and ¾ bath. Young maples border the front lawn while a stone patio, raised beds, garden shed, raspberries, perfect hot tub spot and a newly poured parking pad complete the back. Updates include the sump pump, appliances, a 2018 roof and water heater. Make home on this calm and quiet North Tacoma block where the bustle of a farmers’ market, campus life and cafés are near neighbors; the best of both worlds.
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, and newly opened
Gather up your friends for a friendly game of bowling! The Chalet Bowl, a family owned alley since 1941 is a local favorite, especially as we head into the rainy season around here and need to keep entertained with indoor activities. They also offer a rotating selection of craft beer, wine, cider and selter, along with a delicious menu of pizzas, sandwiches, flatbreads and appetizers.
This home is also a half mile from the University of Puget Sound campus (one of the best spots for fall foliage & a cool summer breeze). Every spring UPS hosts a flea market with the Women’ League – you can find around 70+ vendors selling antiques, repurposed items, vintage, jewelry, bath and body goods, home decor, crafts, artwork and food trucks! The $10 admission to get into the event, 100% of the proceeds goes towards student scholarships. They also regularly host concerts and art exhibits.