Sold on September 22, 2022
Prime Investment Parcel
0 106th Street S · Tacoma, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode Lakewood
- Lot Size 9,148 sq ft
- Lot Details Dead End Street, Paved
- Annual Taxes $1,211 (2022)
- MLS Number 1990990
- Elementary School Buyer To Verify
- Junior High Buyer To Verify
- Senior High Buyer To Verify
Find your local groceries, meat, and produce at Saar's Super Saver Foods, offering weekly sales on everything you need.
On those rainy days, take it indoors to the Sprinker Recreation Center - for ice skating, hockey, tennis, racquetball, pickleball, ping pong, basketball, softball & baseball, and skateboarding - there’s something here for everyone!
Just 3 miles away, you’ll find many eateries to quench your palette with - If you enjoy delicious, home-cooked style barbeque, then you must try Warthog BBQ Pit. They have the tastiest slow-cooked meats, perfect sides, desserts, and sweet tea you’ve ever had! Get your standard teriyaki fare and more at Uni Teriyaki. Looking for a pizza hangout with create-your-own options, Italian fare & craft beers until late - then head to Farrelli’s Pizza. Get your roll on at Trapper’s Sushi, a Japanese-inspired restaurant featuring Asian Fusion sushi rolls, Nigiri, & all-you-can-eat Sushi. Daily happy hour, lunch, & dinner specials. There are two Mexican dining options, Reyna’s Amazing Mexican Restaurant and M & J’s Mexican Restaurant & Bar. For a special evening, try Marzano’s, a local favorite for Italian. For lunch (or happy hour!) head up the street to 208 Garfield, a local beer/wine bar with a great menu.
Get a variety of bread, bagels & pastries at the Franz Bakery Outlet. This family-owned business has been operating since 1906. And most items are generally half the cost of the grocery store or buy one get one free!
Just across the street from Franz, you’ll find the local watering hole - Black Star Pub and Grill, a sports bar offering craft beers & pub food, plus live shows, pool tables & a patio with horseshoes.
This home is conveniently located near Pacific Lutheran University, less than 2 miles away. Pacific Lutheran University is a private Lutheran University. It was founded by Norwegian Lutheran pioneers in 1890. PLU is sponsored by the 580 congregations of Region I of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. PLU has approximately 3,100 students enrolled.
The PLU Disc Golf Course is a 9-hole adventure with turf tee pads that leads players through Pacific Lutheran University's beautiful cross-country course. This brand-new course is free to use and open to all Pacific Lutheran University community members. The first hole is located directly behind the Columbia Center.