37903 304th Way SE, Enumclaw, WA | 3 bedrooms | 2½ baths | 1,380 sq.ft.
Offered at $750,000
This secluded equestrian property is nicely sited at the end of a paved private road. The main house is a charming 1949 bungalow that features hardwood floors, a living room with gas fireplace, a dining room, an updated eat-in kitchen with cherry cabinets and stainless appliances, two bedrooms, a full bath and an office with tile floors and laundry. System updates include on demand hot water, a newer metal roof, a propane tank and wiring for a generator. A large barn with a guest apartment was built in 2004. The apartment features a living room with a gas stove, a kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom with laundry, its own on demand hot water supply, wall heaters, a large deck and a dedicated septic system.
Main house: 1,380 SF
Apartment: 730 SF
Lot: 9.56 Acres
2 1/2 bathrooms
Wired for generator
Two septic systems
9 stalls with runs
80’ x 140’ arena
Veazie Valley Farm is a 9.56 acre horse property originally designed for use as a broodmare farm. A large 48' x 50' storage barn added in 2004 features on demand hot water, a half bath and concrete floors, making it ideal for use as a shop or show horse barn. A 12' x 48' overhang could easily accommodate additional stalls, and an adjacent covered parking pad is large enough for a trailer or RV. Three smaller barns feature individual feed and tack rooms and a total of nine run in stalls with attached paddocks.
Additional horse facilities include seven separate pastures, a 60' round pen and an 80’ x 140’ outdoor arena professionally leveled with all-weather custom GGT felt/silicone and sand footing. The entire property is served by city water and two separate septic systems and offers direct access to miles of trails connected to logging roads on timber land.
Enumclaw is a small rural community nicely sited on a plateau about 30 miles east of downtown Tacoma and 40 miles southeast of Seattle. Enumclaw (meaning “thundering noise”) was homesteaded in the late 1870s by Frank and Mary Stevenson, platted when the railroad came through in 1885 and incorporated in 1913. The surrounding plateau is one of the largest thoroughbred horse breeding/boarding areas in the United States and home to a number of local farms, dairies and orchards.
Additional community assets include a Green River College campus and the Enumclaw Expo Center (formerly the King County Fairgrounds), home of the Enumclaw Wine and Chocolate Festival, Enumclaw Brewfest and the Scottish Highland Games. Enumclaw offers easy access to Mount Rainier National Park and represents a great option for people seeking a rural home life in commuting distance of Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and JBLM.
37903 304th Way SE, Enumclaw, WA is offered at $750,000. Please contact us directly to schedule a showing today.