Sold on February 22, 2023
22110 42nd Avenue E · Spanaway, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode Lakewood
- Year Built 1969
- Lot Size 8,969 sq ft
- Parking Type RV Parking, Driveway
- Lot Details Paved
- Exterior Features Cement Planked
- Interior Features Ductless HP-Mini Split, Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet, Bath Off Primary, Ceiling Fan(s), Double Pane/Storm Window, Dining Room, Walk-In Closet(s), Walk-In Pantry
- Floor Covering Hardwood, Vinyl, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $3,962 (2022)
- MLS Number 2026267
- Elementary School Shining Mtn Elem
- Junior High Bethel Jnr High
- Senior High Bethel High
Less than a mile away, is your local Fred Meyer that will meet all of your basic shopping needs.
Date night is easy when delicious Marzano’s Italian is so close by! Situated in a quaint, remodeled house with a native Italian owner, so you know it’s autentico! Enjoy fresh and handmade pasta and pizza on the best dough, incredible fresh seafood, calabrian and bolognese sauces that are full of so much flavor and perfectly braised meats
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 to tour the park with your own vehicle can be made, though space may be 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.
Head on over to Zen Ramen & Sushi Burrito. It’s a local favorite spot for a fun ramen experience in the greater Tacoma area. The menu offers full and bright flavors via ramen bowls, poke bowls, dupbap, sushi burritos and their appetizers
If you’d actually like to get up close and enjoy the pride of Washington with 14,410 feet of Mount Rainier, a Washington landscape icon versus your daily view out your windows, it’s easily obtainable - just an hour drive to get there. You can opt to drive slowly to enjoy the scenery along the route or plan a hike to look at one of the many meadows to explore the wildflowers that grow. Paradise and Sunrise visitor centers are the two most impressive places for wildflower viewing. The best day hike is to Snow Lake, just 2.5 miles round trip. In mid-summer, this area explodes with a variety of wildflowers and an abundance of bear grass. In the fall, mountain ash and huckleberries color the scene. Quite visible is a silver forest of trees which remain from a past fire. Expect good views of Mount Rainier on clear days. Just be sure to check weather, road conditions and best road routes before making the trek. There are 3 driving options to get there and all take just a little over an hour.