Sold on July 11, 2022
1733 S Prospect Street · Tacoma, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode
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- Year Built 1947
- Lot Size 5,301 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 1
- Parking Type Detached Garage, Off Street
- Lot Details Curbs, Paved, Sidewalk
- Exterior Features Wood
- Interior Features Forced Air, Double Pane/Storm Window, Water Heater
- Floor Covering Engineered Hardwood
- Annual Taxes $3,844 (2022)
- MLS Number 1946132
For your essential shopping needs - Tacoma Central is just six minutes away is Tacoma Central - Target (currently getting a remodel), TJ Maxx, Office Depot, Hobby Lobby, Carter’s, Bath & Body Works, and more. Fred Meyer is seven minutes away for your grocery needs. Costco is four minutes away for your bulk shopping needs and the Tacoma Mall is just another minute away for everything else you might be looking for.
1.5 miles away is the Tacoma Nature Center (currently closed), along with Snake Lake Park - a 71-acre tract of wetlands & forest around Snake Lake, featuring trails & a visitors center. Check their website if you’re looking for nature events and exploring.
Enjoy the fresh air and a round of golf at the Allenmore Golf Course - yes it is back open again! This 18-hole, meticulously maintained course sits in the heart of Tacoma. Only four people are allowed per group, reservations must be made and paid for in advance, and a handful of other policies have been put in place during this time to keep everyone safe. Please visit their website for changes and updates.
The clubhouse is closed at the golf course right now, so if you’ve looking for a place to grab a bite to eat afterward, we recommend Burger Seoul, a Korean burger food truck just a couple blocks away on S. 19th Street.
You might be looking for local places to get outside for a bit and breathe in fresh air. The Sewell Park and Stanley Playfield and just 5 blocks away. Wright Park is much bigger and is very popular in the summer months as it has a free sprayground, playground, and plenty of picnic tables. The amenities of this park are not available, but the loop is open. This 27-acre arboretum is home to a rich collection of more than 600 trees - stunning in both the spring & summer when they’re ample and bright green and impressive in the fall as they change from green to all the fall colors. W.W. Seymour Conservatory is a community treasure, hosting events throughout the year and a rotating assortment of seasonal flowers.