What can you expect when living in this home? Well, being surrounded by trees from every side, on a peaceful lot. This home is nestled among tall trees giving it a private and secluded feel. Relax in comfort and surround yourself with that country feel, while still being close to it all.
The seller mentioned that they enjoyed having access to play up in the hills. There’s hundreds of acres of state land just above the property. They also enjoyed picking mushrooms in the fall, deer hunting on the property, having a west facing house, being in a peaceful place, but just 15 minutes from downtown.
Some of their favorite restaurants include - The Bread Peddler, Lemongrass Thai and getting coffee at Olympia Coffee Roasting.
Another draw to this home is Capitol Peak, with equestrian trails and places for 3 wheelers and 4 wheelers, among a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for off road driving and is accessible year round - prepare to get muddy in the fall/winter months!
The Capital Mall is 6 miles away for your home and clothing shopping needs.
Never miss out on a local event - there’s plenty around here to see and do! Olympia’s annual summer festival, Lakefair kicks off July 17th on the shores of Capitol Lake. The carnival is a major draw for visitors and families in the area.
If you want to enjoy Downtown Olympia and its offerings, it’s just 8 miles away. Popular and historical Percival Park if the heart and hub of downtown and connects to The Landing, a 0.9 mile long boardwalk with plenty of places to wine and dine!
Get all your fresh and local produce, meat, fish, cut flowers, sweet treats, eggs, cheese, jams & jellies, artisan goods and more at the Olympia Farmers Market. Open Thursday - Sunday, through April - October from 10 AM - 3 PM.