Sold on June 7, 2022
214 S 361st Place · Federal Way, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode
- Year Built 1988
- Lot Size 18,587 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 3
- Parking Type Attached Garage
- Style Traditional
- Lot Details Corner Lot, Curbs, Paved, Sidewalk
- View Territorial
- Exterior Features Brick, Wood
- Interior Features Forced Air, High Efficiency - 90%+, Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet, Bath Off Primary, Ceiling Fan(s), Double Pane/Storm Window, Sprinkler System, Dining Room, French Doors, High Tech Cabling, Security System, Skylight(s), Vaulted Ceiling(s), Walk-In Pantry, Walk-In Closet(s), Water Heater
- Floor Covering Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Vinyl, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $7,128 (2022)
- MLS Number 1930761
- Elementary School Enterprise Elem
- Junior High Illahee Jnr High
- Senior High Todd Beamer High
The Federal Way Community Center is less than 2 miles and is the place to go for activities! Find everything you need for your fitness and recreation needs — from group fitness classes to a fully equipped fitness center, from lap and leisure pools to a 27-foot climbing pinnacle. Join a pick-up game or league sport in one of our three gyms. Their free community wing is a great place to relax. Shoot the pool in the game room, meet friends in the senior lounge, or grab a bite to eat in our Splash Café.
Eight minutes from home, you’ll find all your shopping needs in one spot! There are two shopping centers in Federal Way - the Federal Way Crossing offers Costco, Home Depot, Lowe's, Jimmy Macs Roadhouse, Whole Sale Sports, The Rock Wood Fired Pizza, Menchies, LA Fitness + more. Have a delightful lunch or dinner at Thai Bistro, a local favorite. Biscuits Cafe is another favorite for locals. They have a tasty, traditional American breakfast menu. The Commons at Federal Way offers, DICK's Sporting Goods, Century Theaters, Target, Panera, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin + more!
Take advantage of being close to the Pacific Bonsai Museum - a collection that boasts over 100 bonsai trees from China, Japan, Canada, Korea, Taiwan & America. From now until September 30th, take in the special exhibit Living Art of Bonsai: Elements of Design. It breaks down the major design elements of bonsai art. Make a day out of it by also visiting the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden - a vast garden with a variety of rhododendrons & azaleas, plus seasonal & perennial plants & blossoms.