Room to Roam on a Quarter Acre


If you are looking for space to roam yet close to all amenities, this house is for you! One owner, quality constructed in 1970. 3 bed, 1.75 bath all on one floor. Endless possibilities in the clean, light & bright 1,580 sq ft unfinished basement, plumbed for water and has wood FP.  Move in ready with newer roof, furnace, paint, attic insulation, carpet & vinyl. Situated on rich valley soil awaiting your green thumb. Coveted Sumner schools, easy access to 167 & 512. Don’t miss the video tour.

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1.75 bathrooms
  • 1,580 square feet
  • 15,246 square foot lot
  • Built in 1970
  • 1-car attached garage
  • Offered for $339,000

The sweet little city of Sumner is practically in your backyard and you’re going to love being able to visit here anytime you want. After all, it’s the Rhubarb Pie Capital! It’s called the Rhubarb Pie Capital because they really know how to honor rhubarb.The Sumner valley produces amazingly tall and thick rhubarb and they serve up some darn good Rhubarb pie, with the kind of pie crust that’s been handed down from generations of grandmas. Just head on over to the mom and pop operation  Berryland Cafe, if you want to know what an outstanding pie tastes like. If you’re a pie baker, start whipping yours up now for that blue ribbon and enter the Rhubarb Bake-Off at the Sumner’s Rhubarb Days in August. If pie eating is more your style, there’s a contest for that too. It’s also great for a  little day outing for wonderful walking, shops and food.

Don’t miss the The Buttered Biscuit! One of the best places to grab breakfast in downtown – it’s so popular that there’s often a line waiting to be seated. It’s not hard to see why with their big portions of filling, American comfort food in homey surroundings. No matter what you get off the menu, you must have a piece of their thick, warm cornbread with sweet cream.

The most popular store in town though that out of towners even flock too, is the Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse – a proud family owned and operated store. It’s the go-to place for artisan and leather furniture and unique home furnishing.

And after you’ve shopped till you dropped, head across the street to Captain Jack’s Bar & Grill for a refreshing drink and bite to eat.

If you’re looking for a fab craft beer selection in a rustic and comfortable space, visit  the Half Lion Brewery. And if you need some food to go with that cold one, they have a rotating selection of local food trucks that visit. Be sure to check their calendar to see what food truck will be present along with live music!

It’s time to get ready to “Do the Puyallup!” The Washington State Fair runs from August 31st – September 23rd – The 2018 concert and comedy line up is already in full swing with Florida Georgia Line, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles, comedians and more. The Rodeo is also a huge hit for fair goers. Don’t miss out on all things fair like the rides, free music and shows, all the show animals, arts and culture, the 700 shopping vendors and all the fair food you can eat. It’s customary for patrons to take a bag of Fair Scones home – just 3 miles away.

Want to practice your ace? Then head to Linden Golf & Country Club, the best kept golf secret in the South Sound. Go see why they have a reputation as having the best greens around!

Find Fred Meyer and more just 7 minutes away on River Road. You can look forward to fresh summer fruits and vegetables from Sterino Farms, Valley Farms, Duris Cucumber Farm and Picha’s Berry Farm. Downtown Puyallup offers plenty of antique stores and shopping.

This home is conveniently located to freeways – great for commuters with easy access to 167, 512 and 410!

Are you looking to sell or buy a home? CALL/TEXT Realtor, Kylee Hill for more information at 253.653.7692.

 

Posted on June 28, 2018 at 10:55 pm
Kylee Hill | Category: Puyallup Real Estate | Tagged , , , , , , , ,

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