Pending as of March 13, 2023
Hidden Tacoma Gem
407 S 30th Street · Tacoma, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode
- Year Built 1920
- Lot Size 3,250 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 1
- Parking Type Driveway, Detached Garage, Off Street
- Exterior Features Wood Products
- Interior Features Forced Air, Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Laminate, Laminate Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet, Second Kitchen
- Floor Covering Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Laminate, Laminate, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $3,504 (2022)
- MLS Number 2030414
Wright Park is 6 minutes away and ideal for a leisurely stroll or a quick jog, and is very popular in the summer months as it has a sprayground, playground and plenty of picnic tables. Just 6 minutes away, this 27 acre arboretum is home to a rich collection of more than 600 trees - stunning in fall as they change from green to feuille-morte of autumn foliage as well as both the spring & summer when they’re ample and bright green.
Take in the newly reopened and remodeled WW Seymour Conservatory, a community treasure, hosting events throughout the year and a rotating assortment of seasonal flowers.
Just 5 minutes away is Stocklist Goods in downtown Tacoma. See a variety of apparel, bath and body items, books, jewelry, stationary products, puzzles, gardening items, and more. Get some pride representation and also something to show your love for the Pacific Northwest.
Grab a coffee at Campfire Coffee, just 4 minutes away. They roast their coffee over a campfire and sell fresh roasted coffee beans.
Close to en Rama - a swanky cocktail lounge. If you're craving great food and fancy drinks, while not feeling guilty about untucking your shirt and putting on your flats after a long day of work - come here. Chris Kiel (Previous owner of 1022 and Hilltop Kitchen) knows what he's doing. The ambiance is just-so and the service doesn’t waver. You can't go wrong with any of their Italian and Spanish inspired menu items, plus it’s just 5 minutes away!
The Tacoma Art Museum is 3 minutes away. View amazing art from across the Pacific Northwest with a collection of more than 5,300 works. Highlights of the collection include glass art by Dale Chihuly, the largest collection of studio art jewelry by Northwest artists, one of the finest collections of Japanese woodblock prints on the West Coast, and more. Another sightseeing option is The Museum of Glass, just 4 minutes away. Spend an afternoon at this premier contemporary art museum dedicated to glass and glassmaking in the West Coast’s largest and most active museum glass studio.