(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma, WA

Sold on November 2, 2018

Squeaky Clean Rambler

213 65th St  · Tacoma, WA

$245,000

3 Bed

1 Bath

1,056 Sq Ft

MLS ID: 1356906

Wel­come Home

Wow! An immac­u­late­ly main­tained ram­bler close to shop­ping, eater­ies & the free­way! Super cute street appeal too, fea­tur­ing brand new win­dows, exte­ri­or paint & a recent­ly replaced sew­er line. Come home to a com­mon sense floor plan with lots of nat­ur­al light in the liv­ing + din­ing room, spa­cious kitchen & a squeaky clean bath­room ser­vic­ing the bed­rooms with hard­wood floors. Don’t miss the garage where the new elec­tri­cal pan­el is locat­ed, the cov­ered patio and last but not least, your new­er heat pump. This house is near­ly per­fect; just needs you!

The Com­mu­ni­ty

The East­side of Taco­ma has a hid­den gem — the Brass Lantern. If you shoot darts, this is the place to be! They reside in a remod­eled space and are unique to oth­er places in the area. Friend­ly staff in a very relaxed atmos­phere and are always show­ing Sea­hawks games.

Some of the best food comes from hole-in-the-wall, local­ly owned places and you’ll find a place that is just that less than a mile away at Tacos Y Mariscos Nayarit, which trans­lates to Tacos and Seafood, with the fla­vors of a small coastal town Nayarit, a small state in west­ern Mex­i­co. You’re gonna get authen­tic fla­vors, hand­made tor­tillas, deli­cious tacos, large por­tions with afford­able prices and they have margaritas!

It’s prime blue­ber­ry pick­ing sea­son at Charlotte’s Blue­ber­ry Park — 5 min­utes away off East D Street, you’ll find more than 3,372 bush­es, rep­re­sent­ing five vari­eties of blue­ber­ry, pro­duce fruit. Pick­ing sea­son typ­i­cal­ly runs from July through Sep­tem­ber each year.

The Lin­coln Dis­trict is just min­utes away! The Lin­coln Inter­na­tion­al Dis­trict is an incred­i­ble blend of his­toric build­ings and cul­tur­al diver­si­ty and has a high Walkscore. Don’t let the cur­rent con­struc­tion work keep you from vis­it­ing this neigh­bor­hood. When the work is com­plet­ed in Jan­u­ary 2018 this neigh­bor­hood will become even more pedes­tri­an friend­ly. Find our more about the Lin­coln Dis­trict Streetscape Project here! Plen­ty of places to eat around here by 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.

A major recre­ation attrac­tion for Taco­ma’s east side and south end is Stew­art Heights Park. This park is most known for its large out­door swim­ming pool and water slide in the sum­mer months, but this park also fea­tures updat­ed play­ing fields, skate­board park, and playground.

Less than two miles away, you’ll find Wap­a­to Park — an urban park fea­tur­ing a wood­land area, a lake, walk­ing trail, plus a his­toric per­go­la full of stun­ning and col­or­ful. Wap­a­to has a num­ber of trails that you can walk to explore the park, includ­ing one cir­cling the lake that is approx .9 miles in length and you can’t beat the beau­ti­ful set­ting of the lake and for­est. It’s best and most pop­u­lar fea­ture though is the off leash dog park! The off leash dog area has a small­er area for pup­pers under 25 pounds, a space for larg­er pups and an upper dog area for all dogs. The park also pro­vides waste bag sta­tions and garbage bins to help keep the park clean. Water is also avail­able for the pups, there’s a water faucet and bowl. 

Get gro­ceries and more at the Fred Mey­er & Fuel Cen­ter. This loca­tion is also great for com­muters; con­nect­ing to I‑5 and the Star­bucks dri­ve thru is on the way!

Call or Text Ryan Knice­ly for more infor­ma­tion at 2533434049!

Location

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