(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma, WA

West Hill Stunner

6120 296th Ct  · Auburn, WA

4 Bed

2.5 Bath

2,520 Sq Ft

MLS ID: 1592487



Tucked away in a quiet West Hill cul-de-sac, 5 minutes from I-5, sits this modernized home. Vaulted ceilings and large windows fill the home with natural light. Updated floors on the main lead from the living room to the huge kitchen featuring SS appliances, Shaker cabinets and granite counters. Deck entertaining is a must! The master bedroom includes a 5 piece en-suite and walk-in closet for maximum comfort. The den is great for lounging or working from home.


“We’ll miss the cul-de-sac, it’s peaceful and the other home owners are friendly, have lived here for over 30 years, and are pretty active for the holidays. The natural light - because our house is west-facing the light is evenly distributed throughout the day. The deck and patio areas were mainstays throughout the summertime. There’s also a fruit bearing plum tree and a fragrant rose tree.”

“We are close to everything - the ease of access to I-5 and HWY 167, there is a lot of scenic access as well. Some of our favorite places would be Southcenter and the Kent Station. We have 6 grocery store options. Sound Transit link light rail and the sounder are a short distance away for commuters. We are only an hour 1/2 away from Mount Rainier as well.”

“When dining out we enjoy JOEY at Southcenter for an unrivaled happy hour and gyoza. Family nights at the RAM for that build your own mac and cheese. Mama Stortini’s for chicken ravioli. Hidden Gems: Tokyo Steakhouse, Grand Peking, BBQ Pete’s Wood Pit Barbecue, and Athen’s Pizza.”


With the Stay At Home order in place, there isn’t much to see and do at the moment, but we wanted to share with you what’s around this Auburn home, so you’ll know what to explore as things reopen.

All the restaurants that the seller mentioned above are currently only offering takeout at this time. If you’re looking for coffee, Java Garden is still open for drive thru.

Get outdoors for some fresh air and stretch at the Auburn Environmental Park just 4 miles away. This 190 acres of open space has wetland areas, 1,200 foot elevated boardwalk with interpretive signs, picnic tables and a bird tower, where you may spot dragonflies, hummingbirds, marsh wrens, and blue herons, so bring a camera or binoculars with you!

Commuters will enjoy that the Sound Transit Auburn Station is just 10 minutes away - goes to Lakewood and up to Seattle. And if you’re driving, there’s quick access to I-5 and Highway 167.


Jordan Cain


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