Sold on June 22, 2022
5315 S Lawrence Street · Tacoma, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode Lakewood
- Year Built 1917
- Lot Size 5,554 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 2
- Parking Type Detached Garage
- Style Craftsman
- Lot Details Alley, Dead End Street
- Exterior Features Stone, Wood
- Interior Features Forced Air, Fir/Softwood, Hardwood, Ceiling Fan(s), Double Pane/Storm Window, Dining Room, Water Heater
- Floor Covering Softwood, Hardwood, Vinyl, Vinyl Plank
- Annual Taxes $3,786 (2022)
- MLS Number 1926354
If you’re looking for incredible and diverse places to dine out, you’re going to find it along South Tacoma Way. The Church Cantina is just a mile away and serves Cuban-inspired comfort food, with the best sandwiches and vegan food in dark-themed/ horror/goth-influenced bars. Edison City Alehouse is a small neighborhood taproom and bottle shop in the heart of the historic Edison district of South Tacoma. They specialize in a highly curated, continuously rotating selection of independent craft beer and cider on tap and in bottles. Get cheap drinks done right at The Mule Tavern, right along the strip of South Tacoma Way. They’ve got a patio outside so you can sip that cool cocktail in the warm summer breeze.
Moctezuma’s Mexican Restaurant has amazing happy hour and margaritas, but you can also stay in and order take-out for Taco Tuesday at home while you catch up on all your shows. And don’t forget to order dessert too - they have a tasty Mexican brownie that comes with vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of Kahlua cream sauce on top!
If you’re into filling your home with plants, you’ll enjoy that The Fernseed is just a mile away! The Fernseed is a modern plant shop and floral studio offering a variety of houseplants from beginner to expert level. They also have plenty of accessories for your green beauties, they ship gifts too!
Stretching between South Park and Oak Tree Park, South Tacoma’s Water Flume Line Trail offers the things that multi-use trail fans love. This 2.5 miles (one-way) trail connects to other trails and is great for walkers, joggers, and cyclists! Some upgrades were made to this trail in 2016 that included a shared-use path for bicycles and pedestrians, ADA-compliant curb ramps, new storm drains, pedestrian crossing marking, a traffic signal upgrade, trail user amenities, pedestrian level lighting, benches, signs, and bike racks. You’ll also enjoy the Wapato Hills Park - one-quarter mile of sidewalk + longer trails can be found in the natural surrounding area.