Pending as of September 18, 2022
Quiet & Centrally Located
5605 99th Street Ct E · Puyallup, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode
- Year Built 1992
- Lot Size 0 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 2
- Parking Type Individual Garage, Uncovered
- Lot Details Curbs, Dead End Street, Open Space, Paved, Sidewalk
- View Territorial
- Exterior Features Metal/Vinyl
- Interior Features Forced Air, Laminate, Laminate Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet, Balcony/Deck/Patio, Yard, Cooking-Electric, Dryer-Electric, Ice Maker, Washer, Water Heater
- Floor Covering Laminate, Laminate, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $2,857 (2022)
- MLS Number 1995993
You’ll find the South Hill Mall - 120-plus stores, a multiplex & children’s indoor playground too where they have Regal Cinemas, Macy’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, DSW, and hundreds of other stores plus dining options.
Located nearby established restaurant chains include faves such as Red Robin, Olive Garden, and El Toro. Enjoy your meal alongside bottomless fries, unlimited breadsticks, or chips and salsa. Eat at worldwide and local restaurants alike.
A short drive away is Clark Creek Park - a city park edged by a creek, with playgrounds, tennis courts, a softball field, a dog park, picnic shelters (can be rented), benches and a restroom. There’s also a 5.5 mile long loop that links six Puyallup parks together with a soft-surface hiking trail.
Perry's Cocktail Bar has style and substance serving beautiful drinks and a seasonally rotating menu in a welcoming and photogenic atmosphere. From their website: “Perry's is a place to sip and share. We believe in making quality food and drinks accessible and fun for our community.” (Google also notes that Perry’s is an LQBTQ+ friendly business). Although they don’t take reservations, you can click here to view their menu and monitor the waitlist time.
Spend a couple of hours at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Here you can experience seeing moose eating grass out of the lake, newborn bison calf, herds of Roosevelt elk and mountain goats roaming the free area. Reservations do need to be made for this tour as space if limited. Or enjoy the Wild Walk Experience - Laugh as Hawthorne and Huckleberry, two young orphaned grizzly bears splash and play in their pool, listen as the high pitched whistle of the eagles draws you closer and if you’re quiet and still, you may get a glimpse of the gray wolf masterfully sneaking through the brush. There are over 40 species of native Northwest animals who call this park their home.