Sold on August 9, 2023
Affordable in Spanaway
20103 44th Avenue Ct E · Spanaway, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode
- Year Built 2008
- Lot Size 8,002 sq ft
- Parking Type RV Parking, Driveway, Off Street
- Lot Details Dead End Street, High Voltage Line, Paved
- View Territorial
- Exterior Features Wood Products
- Interior Features Wall to Wall Carpet, Bath Off Primary, Double Pane/Storm Window, Vaulted Ceiling(s), Walk-In Pantry, Water Heater
- Heating & Cooling Forced Air
- Floor Covering Vinyl, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $320 (2023)
- MLS Number 2140681
Grab groceries and a bite to eat less than a mile in the Spanaway Village Shopping Center. You’ll find Walgreens, Albertsons, Tractor Supply Co., Safeway, and a handful of eateries including the Country Rose Cafe. This family-friendly diner serves breakfast like plate size buttermilk pancakes, deli-style sandwiches, burgers with thick cut fries, and desserts.
Keep it laid back at Hops N Drops - a PNW restaurant & chain bar that serves up juicy burgers, fresh salads, and tasty appetizers. Enjoy their wide selection of local and regional craft beers, cocktails, and wine. If alcohol isn’t your thing, then grab a huckleberry lemonade! Hops N Drops is a perfect spot if you’re looking for a fun night out or a quick lunch break.
If you’re looking for adventures beyond your own backyard, Spanaway Lake is open year round and offers a good harvest opportunity for stocked rainbow trout. Spanaway Lake has some of the best fishing for rock bass in the area. The 135-acre park along beautiful Spanaway Lake is extremely popular with many year-round activities. Visitors to the park can explore a multitude of aquatic recreation opportunities, including two swimming beaches (no lifeguards), a boat launch, and a fishing pier. If you’d rather stay dry, there’s a new picnic area by the south swimming beach, ADA playground equipment with a seating plaza for parents and a new three mile trail system by Little Spanaway Lake.
Also explore the Morse Wildlife Preserve - was established by a donation of land from Lloyd and Maxine Morse. Situated at the headwaters of the north fork of Muck Creek, and consists of almost 100 acres. A tremendous volunteer effort is under way to reintroduce native prairie plants, remove invasive plant species and foster the growth of the oak savannah. The Morse Force, which serves as the volunteer management team for the Preserve, holds monthly work parties to restore the wetland, prairie and upland habitats as well as building a boardwalk and new trails. The preserve is a mosaic of forests, wetlands, meadow and remnant prairie home to a variety of birds and wildlife.
No matter what the season is, enjoy the smooth and fast rolling greens paired with some of the driest quality turf conditions in the Northwest help make The Classic Golf Club an enjoyable course and just a few miles away!