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Condo at the Vintage Y

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714 Market St 302 Tacoma, WA 98402

2 Bed
1 Baths
1056 sqft
This well-appointed corner unit features soaring 14-foot ceilings, original arched windows, vibrant port and city views, ductless mini-split heating and air, newer carpet with Tempur-Pedic padding, Hunter Douglas ultra-glide solar shades and a gourmet kitchen with granite counters, stainless appliances and ceramic tile flooring. The master bedroom features a gracious window seat, a large walk-in closet and direct access to a full bathroom with granite topped vanity, ceramic tile flooring and laundry. The bathroom is also accessible from the hall to the second bedroom, ideal for guests or a home office. The purchase includes a large storage closet in the common hallway adjacent to the unit and one parking space in the garage. THE HISTORIC VINTAGE Y Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Vintage Y was designed by local architect George Bullard in 1909 to house the Tacoma chapter of the YMCA. The Y provided its members with athletic facilities and a robust vocational education program that eventually became Tacoma City College in 1919. The YMCA vacated the building in 1977, and it was ultimately converted into luxury condominiums in 2005. Building amenities include a secure lobby and parking garage, a common outdoor deck with grill, a fitness room and a guest suite. The Vintage Y is located in the heart of Tacoma’s historic theater district where the Pantages and Rialto theaters house the city’s core performing arts organizations, attracting first rate talent from around the country and around the world. The theater district is also home to the Grand Cinema, which offers an excellent selection of first run independent films. 27-acre Wright Park is in close proximity.
Listing Courtesy of Northwest MLS / Windermere Professional Partners / Jeff Williams
$ 1,170,000
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Prospect Hill View Home

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25 N Summit Rd Tacoma, WA 98406

5 Bed
3 Baths
4086 sqft
HISTORY Built in 1890, this shingle style Dutch Colonial Revival is one of the oldest homes on Prospect Hill. The neighborhood was initially known as “Little Germany”, in part because many of its early residents were of German descent and in part because of its winding roads and hillside topography. The house was built for Brigadier General Luther Bradley and his wife Marcia with a neighboring residence at 21 N. Summit Rd built for Mrs. Bradley's sister, Mrs. Helen Rogers. The two homes were initially connected to one another but were eventually separated. General Bradley was born in New Haven, CT in 1822 and fought for the Union during the Civil War, entering service in 1861 as a Lieutenant Colonel and becoming a Brigadier General in 1864. During the Civil War, Bradley fought and was wounded in the capture of Island No. 10 near New Madrid, Missouri on the Mississippi River. After the Civil War, Bradley continued to serve in the military in Wyoming, Kansas and New Mexico. He retired in 1886 and moved to Tacoma with his wife and her sister. Bradley died in 1910 and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. PROPERTY Beautifully sited high on Prospect Hill with impressive views of Commencement Bay and Mount Rainier, this historically significant home offers a number of architectural elements consistent with the period of its construction, including an original wood shingle exterior, leaded and stained glass windows, vintage hardware, refinished quarter-sawn oak floors and custom mill work. The gracious entry hall leads to a large formal living room with a gas fireplace, custom built-in bookshelves and direct access to a large wrap around veranda with water views. A butler's pantry with ample storage connects the formal dining room to the eat-in kitchen, which has been thoughtfully updated with a central island, slate counters, custom fir cabinets, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Wolf 6 burner range with double oven, a Miele dishwasher, a Miele coffee maker and a built-in banquette. A mud room off the kitchen leads to a large side patio and barbecue area. Five bedrooms and two bathrooms are located on the second floor, including a master suite with water views. One bedroom is currently used as a family room and another as a home office. The hall bathroom has been tastefully updated with a glass enclosed tub and shower and dual sink Carrara marble-topped vanity. A large attic accessible by stairs could easily be finished for additional living space. A comfortable family room with a gas fireplace, bar area and Brunswick pool table is located on the lower level along with a climate controlled wine room, a 3/4 bath and a large laundry room with custom built-in cabinets. The grounds include a circular driveway with a porte cochere, a two car garage off the street below, an in-ground hot tub and a sprinkler system.
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Listing Courtesy of Northwest MLS / Windermere Professional Partners / Jeff Williams
$ 1,100,000
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Stunning Canterwood Modern

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4732 Old Stump Dr NW Gig Harbor, WA 98332

3 Bed
3.25 Baths
5716 sqft
The Kaltinick House is a sophisticated modern residence designed by the internationally recognized firm of Anderson Anderson Architecture, best known for their unique and site specific residential and commercial buildings in the United States and Asia. The architects designed this particular home to showcase the owners' extensive art collection and to take full advantage of its private wooded setting on a bluff above a golf course. The home's exterior is clad in stained cedar and galvanized steel, and floor to ceiling commercial grade stainless steel-wrapped windows and glass doors create a dramatic interplay between indoor and outdoor spaces. The open living and dining areas feature stone floors, a gas fireplace and filtered golf course views, setting a tone of elegant sophistication that is repeated throughout the house. The gourmet kitchen features a Viking range/oven, side by side stainless steel Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, stainless steel and granite counters, custom mahogany cabinets and a breakfast area. The kitchen overlooks a family room with walnut flooring, custom mahogany built-ins, a Sub-Zero bar refrigerator, a gas fireplace and steps down to a private office. A walk-in pantry and half bath are located near the kitchen. A library with a built-in desk and bookshelves is located off the entry. The main floor master suite features golf course views, electric shades, a gas fireplace, a walk-in closet, two adjoining bathrooms, laundry and direct access to the indoor 60' waveless lap pool and spa pavilion. An exacting replication of Matisse’s well known mural “The Swimming Pool” adorns one long wall of the pavilion. The second story guest wing of the house overlooks the family room and offers two additional bedrooms and a full bath. The unfinished basement includes a wine cellar. GROUNDS The Kaltinick House is nicely sited on a lightly wooded ¾ acre lot overlooking the fairway for the sixth hole of the Canterwood golf course. Beautifully landscaped grounds feature a combination of hillside plantings, a manicured lawn and raised bed planters all connected by stone pathways. A curvilinear view deck on the back side of the house is accessible from the living room and the kitchen, making it ideal for entertaining. The deck features several seating areas, a barbecue station with a glass canopy and built-in DCS gas grill and views of the rear yard and golf course beyond. A gentle waterfall set into the hillside empties into a fish pond with a bronze fountain. The property also features an invisible fence and a motor court with guest parking and direct access to an attached three-car garage with new glass and stainless steel doors.
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Listing Courtesy of Northwest MLS / Windermere Professional Partners / Jeff Williams