RENOVATED NORTH TACOMA CRAFTSMAN
Dialed Craftsman with an open concept design that affords ample light, comfort and utility! Park out back, then just a few steps into the spacious mud room & brand new kitchen. Tons of storage, deep farm sink & brushed granite counters. Spacious living area, + two beds on the main floor and ¾ bath w/ custom tile work. Upstairs master suite = major retreat! Heated tile floors, soaking tub & dreamy skylights. Hardwoods on both levels. New gas furnace + tankless water heater. Don’t miss the video!
This home is less than a mile from the University of Puget Sound campus (one of the best spots for fall foliage & a cool summer breeze). Here you can catch a football, basketball, softball or a lacrosse game. Check their schedule for all upcoming games. Or attend any one of their events, exhibits or talks. Every spring UPS hosts a flea market with the Puget Sound Women’s League – you can find around 70+ vendors selling antiques, repurposed items, vintage, jewelry, bath and body goods, home decor, crafts, artwork and food trucks! $15 for early entry and $5 for general admission - 100% of fees goes towards student scholarships. They also regularly host concerts and art exhibits. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, March 21st from 8:30 AM - 4 PM.
Your new favorite hangout might just become Lander Coffee - just 3 blocks away. It’s bright, cozy, with a minimalist vibe and friendly. It’s a great place to meet up with a friend or sit and catch up on a little work. They have a little play area for kiddos, a variety of baked goods to enjoy and fresh pressed juices.
On that same street is Evolve Home + Apparel, an eclectic home decor shop with refinished vintage furniture and handmade pieces by local artists, Magoo’s alehouse and eatery, Source Yoga, and Willow Salon and Spa.
Date night and friend meet ups are easy when tacos are just a mile away! El Borracho is an easygoing taqueria that includes a vegan menu, nachos and handcrafted cocktails. They’re open from 11 AM - 2 AM daily and happy hour is from 4 - 7 PM.
Just a mile away is a neighborhood favorite, Garfield Park. Tucked behind the Annie Wright School with views of Commencement Bay sits a 5 acre space with a quarter mile of outer track play and fitness equipment, sports courts and a trail that winds through a canopy of trees in the Garfield gulch.
Proctor is less than 2 miles away where you can shop at The Metropolitan Market for fresh meat, seafood, a well stocked deli of meats and cheese (like fresh, hand stretched mozzarella) pizza, a salad bar and many other tempting hot/cold foods. There’s also Knapp’s Restaurant, The Blue Mouse Theatre, Peaks & Pints Craft Beer Store, Pomodoro, Europa Bistro, East West, Compass Rose, Chalet Bowl, Top Pot Doughnuts and Olympia Coffee Roasters, Fernseed and newly opened Cactus! Step out on a Saturday and head to the Farmer’s Market to get all their fresh, locally sourced fruits and veggies.