It takes just a step over the threshold to understand why this is a home where memories are made. Cheerful flowers adorn lush beds leading up to a storybook front porch just calling for your comfy chair and a cool glass of lemonade. Located at 3209 N. 27th Street, Tacoma 98407, this home is listed at $505,000.
Beautiful original hardwood floors and windows filled with wonderful light bring warmth to this charming 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath craftsman in Tacoma’s Proctor District.
|A pleasant 1,900 sq. ft. floorplan and high ceilings give the feeling of large, open rooms and highlight the lovely bones beneath many stylish updates that are part of a 2006 remodel. The living room features a bay window.|
|The living room flows into the dining area with its own wide windows that brighten the space.|
Beyond is the kitchen finished with wainscoting, a nook for a small eating space, updated cabinetry, granite countertops, a breakfast bar, and an adjacent laundry room.
Upstairs you’ll find the bright and airy master bedroom and its walk-in closet with a dormer window. The second floor’s full bath features double sinks, tile flooring and more wainscoting details. Two more bedrooms round out this floor.
|The bonus room on the third floor is carpeted and would be perfect as a home office, family room game room, or hobby space.
This is the home where friends and family will want to gather for holidays and celebrations. Guests will find comfortable, welcoming spaces indoors, and the garden is just waiting for summer parties amidst colorful plantings that attract hummingbirds and butterflies in the fenced back yard. A generous brick patio has plenty of room for your outdoor furniture and is ready for a fun neighborhood barbeque. A convenient sprinkler system helps minimize maintenance.
This house has been lovingly cared for and is ready to serve as a home, an oasis, and a refuge in a new chapter.
Living in Tacoma’s Proctor District
3209 N 27th Street, Tacoma 98407, is located in a charming part of town and just a pleasant walk from neighborhood restaurants and a local corner store for quick shopping trips. Venture just a few more blocks and you’re in the heart of the Proctor District with more local restaurants, unique shopping, grocery stores for everyday necessities and even the Proctor Farmers Market. At the same time, it’s a quick trip down the hill to Ruston Way where you can enjoy waterfront park spaces or the shopping, dining and entertainment options at Point Ruston.