4315 N 27th Street, Tacoma, WA 98407

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4315 N 27th Street, Tacoma, WA 98407


Courtesy of: Rosemary Hollinger | WeLakeside
$349,500 Tacoma, WA 98407
  • 0.02 Acres
  • Pierce County

Key Features

  • MLS ID: NWM1907533
  • Status: Active
  • Property Type: Land
  • Area: 23 - North Tacoma
  • Address: 4315 N 27th Street , Tacoma, WA 98407
  • City: Tacoma
  • State: WA
  • Zip: 98407
  • County: Pierce

Description

Walk to all Proctor District has to offer. Shopping, restaurants, coffee! Historic movie theatre. Near the waterfront and the University of Puget Sound. Build your 3 level tiny home here. Tacoma is encouraging new builds on smaller lots now; City planner has suggested zero lot line construction as one option. Bring your creative designer/builder. You will love living in the heavenly Proctor District where everyone would like to be. Convenient to Tacoma Schools and Annie Wright. Owner has maintained within footprint of 48'x84' for over 30 years.

Property Map

From N Proctor, turn W on N 26th, right onto N Mason and left on alley between N 27th and N 28th St. Lot is on your left, across from homes and garage with bright chartreuse doors.

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