Nestled between towers of trees, near peaceful Lake Minterwood, you’ll find an oasis that’s perfect for relaxation and play in the Pacific Northwest.
Sit on the back deck in the morning, sipping your first cup of coffee; that burst of energy waking you up and listen to the powerful call of the local eagle as he soars through the neighborhood, looking for his morning breakfast in the lake.
Fill up your day with outdoor recreation of canoeing, kayaking, or perhaps paddleboarding. Or maybe you arrange an afternoon of casting a few lines off the dock and catching a couple of bass or trout to throw on the barbeque for dinner. The back deck makes for a wonderful outdoor entertaining space for your guests.
If you enjoy getting your hands dirty, there’s a couple of raised beds for a little gardening and flowers.
This home is just a few short minutes away from the Lake Minterwood Beach Club — they put on lots of event throughout the year for residents of this community. In the summer months they hold an Annual Kids Fishing Derby, garage sales, and an Annual Picnic — where’s there’s plenty of food, fun and games + you get to know your neighbors! Keep tabs on all upcoming events on the clubs website calendar — they even let you know what days waste and recycling is picked up.
The Lake Minterwood Community is so peaceful because non-motorized boats aren’t permitted on the lake, but if you do own a motorized boat and are looking for somewhere to drop it for a day on Henderson Bay, the Purdy Boat Launch is just a short 12 minute drive. This little beach area is also a great spot for public clam and oyster digging open April 1 through April 30. There’s a natural production of Manila, littlenecks and butter clams and sometimes goeducks when the tide is really low.
The Key Center is a two mile drive and offers a USPS, El Sombrero Mexican Family Restaurant, Reeds Good Food & Spirits, Figaro’s Pizza, the Food Market, public library, medical center, Blend Wine Shop, Cutter Bug Salon, and the Sunnycrest Nursery and Floral shop.
Get outdoors and enjoy miles of trails, one-way mountain biking only trails, picnic tables and benches, and wildlife viewing at the 360 Trails, just 2.5 miles away. Gig Harbor is 23 minutes, Tacoma is 35 min, Silverdale is 40 minutes and the Southworth Ferry Terminal to Seattle is 35 minutes away.
Take advantage of super low HOA dues of $270 per year! Visit lakeminterwoodbeachclub.org for more HOA information.