Sold on June 9, 2022
Lovely in Lacey
7021 Raptor Avenue NE · Lacey, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode
- Year Built 2013
- Lot Size 4,752 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 2
- Parking Type Attached Garage
- Lot Details Curbs, Paved, Sidewalk
- View Territorial
- Exterior Features Wood, Wood Products
- Interior Features Forced Air, Laminate, Wall to Wall Carpet, Bath Off Primary, Ceiling Fan(s), Double Pane/Storm Window, Dining Room, French Doors, Loft, Walk-In Pantry, Water Heater
- Floor Covering Laminate, Vinyl, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $5,208 (2022)
- MLS Number 1920797
Stottle Winery is a wine bar and tasting room. Their wine comes from ingredients sourced from the best organic places, where care is put into where produce is grown. This ensures the best flavors are produced from the grapes, creating an excellent wine.
For dining and shopping needs, drive 10 minutes into town and you’ll find The Landing at Hawks Prairie - Home Depot, Ram Restaurant & Brewery, UPS Store, Chipotle, Best Buy, Red Robin, Walmart SuperCenter, Costco, Firehouse Subs, Luxe Nails and Trapper’s Sushi. There’s also the Hawks Prairie Mall - Safeway, Starbucks, Papa Murphy’s, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Charlie’s Safari, Nail Salon, Season’s Teriyaki, Hot Ginger and Pho Bar, India Garden & Bar, Big Lots, Wells Fargo, Trapper’s Sushi, Puerto Vallarta, Super Buffet and LA Fitness.
Take a stroll along the Tumwater Falls Park & Trail - a riverside nature park on 15 acres with trails, cascades, lawns & a children's play area. This scenic loop trail runs along the Deschutes River and three cascading waterfalls. The waterfall is impressive this time of year with the vast rainfalls that fill it up. Another popular local spot is the Watershed Park - just a mile away and has a lush forest canopy and a trail system that includes steep sections of trail with steps and boardwalks over wetlands. Deep in the park is the Moxlie Creek Springs Basin, one of the largest spring basins in the region.
Just a 9-mile drive is the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually Wildlife Refuge - The wildlife refuge is home to the Nisqually River Delta, which has the unique status as Washington’s largest relatively undisturbed estuary and provides habitats for more than 300 different species of fish and wildlife and has several miles of hiking trails. Before trekking here, be sure to check their website though for any trail closures.