Sherman

A tranquil neighborhood with historic architecture.

Sherman is a lovely, eclectic blend of starter housing, stately Craftsman and Colonial homes, and even some higher-end Victorians too. Living in Sherman, you can literally walk down a hill and be on the Ruston Way waterfront or at Point Ruston. The area has great community spaces like the Orchard and Vine Community Garden on North 45th and Orchard Street, and classic old buildings like the historic Weyerhaeuser Mansion.

Driving Directions

Summary

  • Craftsman architecture
  • Walking distance to waterfront
  • Short drive away from the Proctor District
  • Upscale view properties

“Charming, quaint, historical.”

A Glance at the Neighborhood

    1. 315K 2017
    2. 360K 2018
    3. 360K 2019
    4. 446K 2020

    Median Sales Price

  • 1475

    Average
    Square
    Feet

  • Average Year Built
    1950

    AVERAGE YEAR BUILT

Close to waterfront

Ruston Way and Point Ruston is just a short walk down a hill! Take either North 36th or Baltimore Street, and you're practically there.

Vintage home styles

Sherman features all sorts of 20th century inventory, ranging from mid-century Craftsman Bungalows, to larger Colonial, Tudor, and even Victorian properties.

View properties

In the northern and eastern parts of Sherman, there is a market segment of stately homes with outstanding views of Commencement Bay.

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