0 Sullivan Drive NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335

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0 Sullivan Drive NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335


Courtesy of: Cheryl J Bradley | Better Properties Kitsap
$690,000 Gig Harbor, WA 98335
  • 10.60 Acres
  • Pierce County

Key Features

  • MLS ID: NWM1972108
  • Status: Active
  • Property Type: Land
  • Area: 6 - Gig Harbor South
  • Address: 0 Sullivan Drive NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
  • City: Gig Harbor
  • State: WA
  • Zip: 98335
  • County: Pierce

Description

Stunning setting! 10.60 acres with potential for something wonderful Or maybe two somethings wonderful? The seller has done some foot work for you! Septic perk test, wetland assessment and some land use. This is located close to Uptown, Narrows Bridge and Highway 16, yet you feel miles away from it all! Come take a walk and see if this land feels like the one or two? Buyer to verify all utilities. Second parcel 4.48 acre also for sale MLS #1972111. Agent must be present for showings. Please do not park on pull off by my sign.

Property Map

Point Fosdick exit to RT on Olympic to LT on Point Fosdick at second traffic circle turn on 34th Ave NW directly after hard LT curve Sullivan is on the RT. Follow to sign on Right.

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