This urban homestead Craftsman is located in the Downtown Residential zoning which means potential for multi-family, mixed-use retail/residential development. Amidst garden and trees, this 5 bedroom home with office, 2.25 baths and mountain views is close to UW Tacoma, museums, hospitals, the Brewery District, and the Tacoma Town Center site.
This updated home in the North Slope Historic District is a beauty. Hardwoods, archways, exposed brick, and a butler’s pantry bring charm, while updated plumbing and wiring set your mind at ease. 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and an office. Just 1 mile from Stadium, Proctor, and the Old Town waterfront.
This North Tacoma Craftsman is all about opportunity. With 6 bedrooms - 2 on each floor - there’s room for family, housemates, guests, a studio, or a home office. The main floor features craftsman details like oak hardwood floors, archways, cased openings, and sturdy trim. Take the tour, dream your dreams, see what you think you can make of it. Near UPS and all the 6th Ave favorites!
Find all the necessities in this simple, compact home in the Edison Neighborhood. New flooring and fresh interior paint with lots of light through the big front window, and a walk-in closet off the bedroom. Walk to the Sounder train, parks, library, groceries, and pubs. Reach the mall in 4 minutes and Costco in 7. Just 1/2 a mile from access to I-5.
This Port Orchard rambler with interior updates is set on ¾ acres. Inside, all new flooring creates a clean, finished feeling in every room. Renovated kitchen, updated full bath, and a private ¾ bath in the en suite bedroom. Open sliding doors to the deck and enjoy the fenced back yard. Easy commuting, 10 minutes from downtown, 15 to the ferry, and 5 to groceries.
A home this lovingly maintained is a rare find and this private wooded retreat with cedar shingles, a big deck, and 2.8 acres has never been sold. Light fills the spotless interior; a perfect blend of comfort, updates and vintage charm, like wainscot and a farmhouse sink. Set on the Key Peninsula, under 10 minutes to 2 State Parks.
A secret garden, a classic cedar-shingled house, and a detached studio with insulation and power just 5 minutes from downtown and 4 minutes to Lincoln. Flowers, fruit trees, and ferns surround a home that’s private, cozy and bright with refinished fir floors, open staircase, solid millwork, a renovated full bath, and artistic details.
So much more than a rambler! This is a complete, high quality custom remodel with detached garage and newly built shop on 0.79 fenced graded acres with RV parking, 2 gated driveways, and tons of space. Skylights brighten the open living area. Find granite counters, a big pantry, family room, new heat pump, French doors to the patio, one full Jacuzzi bath and two ¾ baths including a private en suite.
Move-in ready. Those three words are one of the best gifts a home can give anyone looking to settle down. This lovingly maintained and carefully renovated brick cottage is ready to welcome you home. Next to the Fircrest Golf Club and a quick walk to parks and cafes.
High ceilings and natural light give openness to this cozy single-level layout. Find a private full bath with jetted tub in one bedroom, and a 2nd full bath in the hall. This home is loved for its spacious eat-in kitchen, landscaped yard, flexible 3rd bedroom, 2 car garage, and central location. Just a ½ mile to 6th Ave, 1.5 miles to Proctor for shopping and cafes.
Set high above the street, this rambler offers simplicity and convenience on a single floor. Fully updated in 2013. Enjoy a fenced yard, open living space, and the flexibility of both a private ¾ bath in the main bedroom and full bath in the hall. 5 minutes to downtown museums and Hilltop cafes.
Craftsman lovers, we have another classic for you! From a covered front porch to oak floors, ornamental ceilings, and built-ins, this home is a beauty. Full baths on 2 levels, and a fully fenced yard. The live-in basement with separate access, family room, laundry, bath, and bedroom offers amazing flexibility. Blocks from Hilltop’s Business District, and 1 mile from downtown museums.
Well-kept and comfortable, this rambler welcomes you with tasteful updates and unexpected details like French doors opening to a fully-fenced brick patio, or the vaulted ceiling and walk-in closet. Fresh paint throughout the home with heating and cooling provided by an energy efficient ductless heat pump, all on a large lot with detached 2 car garage. Close to shopping and lots of groceries.
If you’ve been dreaming of a spot to settle down, someplace sweet and bright, something from the days of hardwood floors and covered porches, this one’s for you. Four blocks from the walkable Lincoln International District and just 5 minutes from downtown.
Location and enduring style meet in this beautifully crafted home just 2 blocks from the University of Puget Sound. Original details include built-ins, wainscoting, boxed beam ceiling, pocket door, and glowing fir floors. A finished basement expands the living space. Walk to Proctor and the 3 Bridges District!
Opportunity knocks in this North End duplex. Half a mile from University of Puget Sound and one block from 6th Ave, walk to shops and cafes! Live in one unit, rent the other, think mother in law unit, or remodel back to a single family. Hardwood floors, big windows, off-street parking.
It’s hard to find a cozier spot than this single-level with its solid hardwood floors, big windows, and a perfect backyard patio. The location just makes it sweeter; it's less than a mile to the heart of Proctor, not to mention it’s just a quick walk through the park for some Valhalla Coffee in the mornings.
This tastefully updated Victorian is just half a block from Wright Park, near all Stadium and Downtown have to offer. New hardwood floors, tall ceilings, and bay windows. The plumbing, electrical, and drywall are all redone bringing this elegant home up to date. Air conditioning too!
Convenient updates and original character combine to make this well built and lovingly maintained home a treasure. A finished basement greatly expands the living space while outdoors mature landscaping and a private backyard patio beckon. 5 minutes or less to groceries, library, I-5, restaurants, and parks.
This single level condo nestled in the evergreens of Harbor Crest provides peace and privacy while placing you just 4 minutes from the parks, bakeries, and breweries of downtown Gig Harbor. Vaulted ceilings, ample parking, and an open floor plan brightened by skylights at the end of a quiet, gated street.
Calling all Victorian house lovers. Let this Historic North Slope home tell its story while 11 foot ceilings soar. Fall in love with the open staircase, hardwoods, clawfoot tub, original millwork, and lush garden. Walk everywhere from here - 5 minutes to Wright Park and the Stadium District!
This private City Steps townhouse sets you in the heart of Tacoma’s revitalization. Crafted with environmental sensitivity, tall ceilings, and double-insulated walls on the slope above Downtown, this home offers comfort in a lively urban setting near cafes, museums, parks, and more. Walking, cycling, driving, or taking the bus, this location is the sweet spot.
Open, single-level living in this bright rambler with a big backyard. Updated kitchen, beautiful oak floors, renovated bathroom, fresh exterior paint, and lots of retro charm. Located between 6th Ave and Proctor!
Tall ceilings, bay windows, fir floors, and an open staircase preserve the historical charm of this Hilltop home. You’ll love the space and light in the living and dining rooms, the landscaped yard, and the easy access to transit and Tacoma's downtown.
This bright University Place home presents simple mid-century character with thoughtful updates and a fully finished daylight basement all in a friendly neighborhood close to parks, shopping, and the Puget Sound.
In a historic building in the heart of Stadium, this condo is a complete "tiny house" within walking distance of Wright Park, and all the restaurants, groceries, coffee, and shops the Stadium District has to offer.
This fresh, updated 1970s rambler features a detached workshop with space to set up tools and dig into your hobbies. Attached to the home, a garage has been converted into a bonus room and additional workshop space; there are a lot of possibilities for people who spend time building, creating, and fixing.