A house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body.
We are relocating to Seattle, which means leaving our Olympia home of the past twelve years. Bittersweet, indeed. It has sheltered us through many milestones and trials in our lives, having seen our son through all of his grade school years. Under its roof, we've discussed things, great and small.
We are hoping to find a new family to love it, either as a rental or purchase. The details...
Built in 1959, comfort and style unite in this 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom mid century modern rambler.
The main living space features original tongue-and-groove vaulted ceiling and original woodwork throughout including built-in cabinetry, window trim and doors and wood floors. Upgraded double pane windows throughout. Gas forced air, gas water heater, and gas cooking stove. Wood insert in original brick fireplace. Slate entryway. The house retains its charm with original light fixtures and other features, but has updated appliances including a new LG washer and dryer and matching Kitchen Aid appliances in kitchen. Separate laundry room with built-in pantry. One car garage with attached shop and attached two car carport. Private (partially covered) back patio. New roof. Mature landscaping with native plants including trillium, rhododendron, azaleas and big fir trees, and overlooking Capitol Land Trust green belt above Watershed park give it a cabin in the woods feel. Fenced backyard. Centrally located in the Wildwood neighborhood. Walk to Vic's Pizzeria, get a cup at Olympia Coffee Roasters, a sandwich at Lucky Lunchbox or pick up groceries at Spud's Produce Market, all located in the Wildwood Building. Easy access to bus line on Capital Boulevard. In Olympia School District (Pioneer or Lincoln Elementary, Washington Middle School & Olympia High School).
Available March 15.
Contact us for a showing and feel free to spread the word if you know someone looking for a new place.