(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma      (253) 844-4289  ·  Lakewood

Sold on September 12, 2023

Alerting All Investors

514 S 52nd Street  ·  Tacoma, WA

4 Bed
1 Bath
1421 Sq Ft

Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode Lakewood

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CALLING ALL INVESTORS! DADU READY! 4 Bedroom Craftsman on a HUGE lot. The giant 'commercial rated' SHOP with pre-fab trusses is just BEGGING to be a DADU. This property is ready to be rehauled and turned into a serious money maker. 2 Year old vinyl siding, 8 year old roof, 5 year old sewer line, hardwood floors, unfinished basement, alley access, RV &/or Boat parking, & fruit trees! This property is being sold AS-IS. Seller is motivated and not willing to do repairs. The price reflects the lot size, shop, and DADU investment return. No tours until mutual or once seller has vacated (out of state). MOTIVATED SELLERS - Send All Offers!
  • Year Built 1920
  • Lot Size 12,001 sq ft
  • Parking Spaces 4
  • Parking Type RV Parking, Detached Garage, Off Street
  • Style Craftsman
  • Lot Details Alley, Curbs, Paved, Sidewalk
  • Exterior Features Metal/Vinyl
  • Interior Features Hardwood, Laminate, Ceiling Fan(s), French Doors, Fireplace, Water Heater
  • Heating & Cooling Baseboard
  • Floor Covering Hardwood, Laminate
  • Annual Taxes $5,114 (2023)
  • MLS Number 2139263

What’s Nearby

The Lincoln District is just minutes away! The Lincoln International District is an incredible blend of historic buildings and cultural diversity and has a high Walkscore. Plenty of places to order takeout around here by local, family owned establishments and hard-to-find international items at several specialty markets. The Lincoln District also celebrates the TET New Year Festival – check their Facebook page for more info on the date of this event, which generally occurs in February. Get tacos, burritos, homemade tortillas & fresh made salsa at El Antojo of Tacoma. If you’re looking for 2.5 pounds of crab, crawfish, sausage, clams, shrimp, corn and potatoes to devour with a little kick to it, then head to Dragon’s Crawfish. Get the best bubble tea around at BAMBU Coffee and Tea. They also have some unique desserts like passionfruit and lychee macarons, pandan waffles with Thai tea ice cream or guava cake.

Stop by Flying Boot & Wings, less than 5 minutes away. Join in on the fun with their Friday night karaoke, relaxed atmosphere, and of course - their delicious wings! Flying Boots also offers a variety of breakfast, appetizer, salad, burger, and sandwich options

A major recreation attraction for Tacoma's east side and south end is Stewart Heights Park. This park is most known for its large outdoor swimming pool and water slide in the summer months, but this park also features updated playing fields, skateboard park, and playground. The Stewart Heights Pool features a 160 foot Water Slide, Lazy River, Zero-depth entry, Bubble Pool, Water Play Structure, Water Basketball, and Tumble Buckets.

There’s a ton of shops and dining along Pacific Ave, but you really don’t want to miss out on some light, fluffy and delicious donuts at Connie’s Donuts & Espresso. Her donuts are almost too pretty to eat. Almost. Whether you have a hankering for an apple fritter, something cream filled (she’s got 6 tasty filled options!), or just a simple cake donut, Connie’s has something for everyone, and reasonably priced too! If you’re worried about all those calories having a donut shop so close to home, it’s only a minute away.

The Lincoln District was named after the historic Lincoln High School – named after Abraham Lincoln. You can’t miss the giant statue of the sixteenth President of the United States in front of the school entrance and the beautiful brick structure. Right behind the high school is Metro Parks Lincoln Park/Eldridge Playfield – a historic park established in 1889. Other Tacoma Public Schools serving this home are Mary Lyon Elementary and Stewart Middle School, which has undergone an extensive restoration.

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