(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma, WA

Sold on January 2, 2019

Lincoln District Craftsman

3574 D St  · Tacoma, WA


3 Bed

1 Bath

2,438 Sq Ft

MLS ID: 1389626


Clas­sic Crafts­man with a spa­cious ful­ly-fenced back­yard offers beau­ty, com­fort & func­tion. Bright liv­ing & din­ing rooms shine with sol­id qual­i­ty of years gone by. Dec­o­ra­tive arch­way, built-ins,wainscoting & win­dow seat. Recent updates include refin­ished oak & fir floors, fresh paint in & out, refreshed bath & kitchen, plus new car­pet upstairs. Large base­ment, gas forced air heat. Four blocks to the Lin­coln Dis­trict & 5 min­utes from down­town & the Taco­ma Dome Sta­tion. Don’t miss the video tour!


  • 3 bed­rooms
  • 1 bath­room
  • 2,438 square feet
  • 7,100 square foot lot
  • Built in 1921
  • 1‑car detached garage
  • Offered for $299,000


This home is in such a sweet lit­tle spot and close parks & din­ing! You’ll be hap­py to know that the East­side of Taco­ma just got a Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter — brand new (opened 1020), spa­cious pool that’s great for laps, there’s a fun slide, div­ing board, spray fea­tures, climb­ing wall, water vor­tex, hot tub, aqua zip and more. You can book pool par­ties, par­take in some water exer­cise and swim­ming lessons AND it’s afford­able! Play­ing in the water isn’t the only thing you can do here; they also have a Metronome Cof­fee shop, bas­ket­ball court, record­ing stu­dio, train­ing kitchen, social hall, fit­ness area and a dance room. While this new cen­ter is focus­ing on safe space for youth to go, it will serve the entire com­mu­ni­ty. More info on how the East­side Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter came to be.

The Lin­coln Dis­trict is just four blocks away and an incred­i­ble blend of his­toric build­ings and cul­tur­al diver­si­ty. This new­ly remod­eled neigh­bor­hood already had a high Walkscore and is now even more pedes­tri­an friend­ly. Find our more about the Lin­coln Dis­trict Streetscape Project here! Plen­ty of local, fam­i­ly owned estab­lish­ments and hard-to-find inter­na­tion­al items at sev­er­al spe­cial­ty mar­kets. The Lin­coln Dis­trict also cel­e­brates TET New Year Fes­ti­val – check their Face­book page for more info on the date of this event, which gen­er­al­ly occurs in February.

On the cor­ner of S Yaki­ma Ave and S 38th St is Vien Dong – an authen­tic Viet­namese, fam­i­ly owned restau­rant that hits the spot with their deli­cious phở, cur­ry and noo­dle dish­es! If you stop by, tell Kevin and Linh we said hello.

If you’re look­ing for hard-to-find inter­na­tion­al items that local gro­cery chains don’t car­ry, you’re in luck – there are sev­er­al stores with fresh pro­duce and food. If you’ve ever want­ed to try Jack­fruit, the East Asia Super­mar­ket car­ries them and is just 2 blocks away! Four blocks away is the Hong Kong Super­mar­ket where you can buy whole roast­ed duck and pork, deli­cious Moon­cakes – tra­di­tion­al­ly eat­en dur­ing the Mid-Autumn Fes­ti­val, kitchen gad­gets you didn’t think you need­ed and an assort­ment of sauces to make any Asian dish more authen­tic. Safe­way and Marlene’s Mar­ket and Deli are with­in min­utes of this home for gro­ceries or organ­ic foods.

Top of Taco­ma is just a mile away and is a fun bar/​tavern expe­ri­ence. Vis­it this chill local spot for the best hap­py hour and week­end fare. It has some of the most unusu­al, unique and best tast­ing foods around. Def­i­nite­ly not your stan­dard bar fare. Bonus: they have hap­py hour twice a day!

You can also find great drink and hap­py hour fare at Stan­ley and Seaforts, locat­ed just four blocks from your adorable front porch! They’ve got Prime rib, oys­ters Rock­e­feller & oth­er Amer­i­can clas­sics, plus valet park­ing & and incred­i­ble views of the Port and the City. They also have week­end brunch on Sat­ur­day and Sun­day until 3pm and are par­tic­i­pants of Restau­rant Week.

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 Lyon Ele­men­tary (which is cur­rent­ly being rebuilt and will open in Fall 2018) and Stew­art Mid­dle School, which just under­went an exten­sive restoration.


Call or text Anne Jones at 2534448481 or Michael Dug­gan at 2532262787 for more infor­ma­tion on this list­ing or a pri­vate showing.


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