This stately craftsman home was well-loved by its owners. Enjoying thoughtful updates like its newer roof, plumbing, insulation, and updated kitchen, its old world charm is only accentuated by its great level of maintenance. Living in the North Slope neighborhood means you will be surrounded by charming old homes, while being walking distance to some of Tacoma's most cherished establishments like Frisko Freeze and the Parkway Tavern. 6th Avenue dining is practically just down the street as well. A fantastic blend of creature comforts and a location to die for.
Upcoming light rail!
Close to Wright Park.
Walkable, bikable neighborhood.
The North Slope neighborhood is Tacoma's only historic district, meaning that houses within the neighborhood's boundaries all maintain the character of homes in the early 20th century period on their exterior. It's an area characterized by high pedestrian-friendliness, transportation choices, and some nearby, celebrated dining establishments too. Wright Park turns magnificent colors when autumn comes around. With the adjacent Link Light Rail stop on Division Avenue about to be completed, you could easily take a train to McMenamins for a nice bite to eat - and eventually, to Downtown Seattle or SeaTac Airport. If walkability and historicity are your passions, this is the neighborhood for you.