1920s Mediterranean Classic 3-Bedroom, 1.5-Bath Home w/Heated Pool Close to North Tacoma’s Proctor District

Nestled in a highly desired North Tacoma location that’s right in between the waterfront and the Proctor District, this stunning 1920s Mediterranean Classic offers dreamy magazine-worthy living! This home features a sprawling 2,166-square-foot layout that includes 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, fabulous living spaces, a finished lower level, and so much more! This residence’s outdoor amenities are just as impressive as its interior—a heated pool with an expansive patio await as well. Located at 3410 N 29th St Tacoma WA 98407, this timeless Tacoma treasure is listed for $600,000.

Built in 1927, this charming masterpiece shows off vintage style while still offering the contemporary amenities that modern homeowners love. Picturesque curb appeal delivers a memorable first impression, and as soon as you step inside, incredible original hardwoods and an inviting, light-filled atmosphere delights. The spacious living room awaits immediately to the right, and here you’ll find walls replete with crystal-clear windows. Natural light cascades in while water views in the distance beckon. This versatile space is anchored by a gorgeous gas fireplace, and cozy evenings relaxing in peace and quiet or entertaining guests are in your future!

Find even more opportunity for entertaining in this home’s formal dining room. Large windows offer scenic views of the quiet neighborhood, and a spacious layout ensures there’s plenty of room for a full-sized dining table. Hosting a crowd for a holiday get-together or a special occasion? It’s all wonderfully at home here! The adjacent kitchen provides convenience, and here you’ll discover outstanding efficiency and classic style. Custom concrete counters, sleek appliances, handsome cabinetry, and even a pantry all come together in a dynamic blend of elegance and efficiency!

Journey upstairs to discover even more of this home’s warmth and charm. A potential reading nook awaits at the top of the stairs—imagine walls lined with bookshelves, and a comfy chair or two! The must-see master suite with a view can be found on the 2nd level as well, and this sprawling space shows off a calm color palette, rich hardwoods, and of course, several large windows designed to take advantage of the view. Even more welcoming, versatile space can be found in this home’s office space and finished lower level with a family room.

Resort-inspired amenities create a scene to be marveled at in this home’s backyard. A shimmering heated pool rests at the center of it all, and summers filled with pool parties, weekend barbecues, and sophisticated soirées are in your future! The surrounding patio boasts tons of space for outdoor dining sets, luxurious lounge chairs, a barbecue, decorative floral arrangements, and whatever else your ultimate vision of paradise requires! Plus, a double garage with RV parking provides room for storage.

Living in North Tacoma

At 3410 N 29th St Tacoma WA 98407, enjoy being tucked away in a prime North Tacoma location. You’re merely 0.3 miles away from North Proctor Street, making it easy to take advantage all that the historic Proctor District offers! Grab a bite to eat at Europa Bistro or La Fondita, go grocery shopping at Safeway, Metropolitan Market, or the farmers market, enjoy an evening at The Blue Mouse Theatre or Chalet Bowl, or spend an afternoon shopping. Ruston Way is just less than 1 mile from home, making it easy to take in views on the waterfront or take advantage of the many opportunities for iconic waterfront dining. All of this and more rests at your fingertips in the North End!

Interested in learning more? Click here to view the full listing! You can also contact REALTOR® Heather Redal online here or give her a call/text at (253) 363-5920.

Posted on February 10, 2018 at 12:07 am
Heather Redal | Posted in Tacoma Real Estate |

Completely updated 1930’s Tacoma Charmer at 259,000!

If you are looking for a cute & move-in ready home with tons of character & an amazing location that won’t break the bank, this one is for you!  Close to the 6th Avenue Business District and Downtown Tacoma and biking distance to Proctor, you can see why they call this area “Central Tacoma” – it is central to everything!

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When you step inside the large, marble-tiled entryway you will be wowed by the amazing detail that the 1930’s builder put into this home.  From the high, box-beamed ceilings, to the extremely detailed woodwork, gas fireplace and beautiful hardwood floors, this one really puts a smile on your face.
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What I love about this period & style of homes is that the living spaces are so spacious.  You can see yourself relaxing by the fire in the over-sized living room or hanging out with your family in the large, eat-in kitchen while mom’s making dinner and gathering in the dining room to enjoy that delicious meal.
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The French Doors lead to a fully fenced backyard great for entertaining and enjoying that amazing weeping willow!  You’ll find two bedrooms upstairs with a walk-in closet & half bath plus another bedroom down, unfinished basement  newer windows, electrical, plumbing, heatpump and A/C for the hot summer days – this home located at 1232 S. Adams St. in Tacoma is truly a gem.
For more information about 1232 S.Adams St. or any others, contact HeatherRedal@Windermere.com


Posted on June 10, 2016 at 5:19 am
Heather Redal | Posted in Uncategorized |

Completely Remodeled 5 bdr, 2 bath home in the DeLong Neighborhood for under 300,000!


Tucked behind DeLong Elementary School off South 12th Street in Tacoma is a quiet, walkable, neighborhood with manicured yards, kids running and playing outside,  people gardening or walking their dogs and neighbors who know each other by name.   "When we were originaly looking for a home we were looking in North Tacoma," says Chelsea Richardson. "We couldn't find the kind of home we wanted in our price range and then we stumbled on this neighborhood and we absolutely love it."  

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Her husband, Lee feels the same way.  " If we want to go to a park, we just cross the street, "If we want to let the dog run, we go up the block to the open field and walking trails," he says.  "One of the best things is that it is so centrally located to everything.  The freeway, the Proctor District, the waterfront, Downtown Tacoma, we really couldn't be happier here."


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You would never guess from looking at the Richardson's cute home with the red door that inside you would find over 2,000 square feet with 5 generously sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 family rooms!  When you first walk in, you step into the living room with dining area which opens to the completely remodeled kitchen that leads to nice patio &  huge backyard.

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Walk down the hallway and you find a large bedroom & bath and a really nice surprise – a cute little play area & another super cozy family room with a fireplace and a separate laundry room.  "We really like the lay-out of this house," says Lee. 


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Upstairs there is another master bedroom, 3 more bedrooms and another remodeled bath. "We will be sad to move from this house," says Chelsea, but we know the next family that moves in is going to love it as much as we do."

To find out more about this home or neighborhood, visit my website at HeatherRedal.com or HomesintheSouthSound.com or give me a call.



















Posted on April 17, 2016 at 3:12 pm
Heather Redal | Posted in Uncategorized |

New Listing in Lakeland Hills with Spectacular View of Mount Rainer

Perched on the top the hillside in Auburn is a beautiful, master-planned community called Lakeland Hills. Filled with parks, walking trails, shopping and over 30 communities with mostly newer homes and condos, its easy to see why the area is thriving!  On the border of Pierce & King Counties,  it's a perfect midway point for people who work in Seattle, Tacoma or surrounding communities.  Another perk..many of the homes here also boast an amazing view of Mount Rainer.  Here's one taken from the back deck of my new listing at 2020 63rd St. S.E. in Auburn.

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I love this new listing because it's located in one of the newer communities called Lakeland East.  If you love to walk, shop, eat and just have fun, this is the place for you!   Located just down the street from top-ranking Lakeland Elementary School and less than a mile from Lake Tapps, The Lakeland Town Center (home of the nummy Rock Wood Fired Kitchen,) the Auburn Supermall & Sunset Park, this little piece of paradise is becoming more popular by the day!   Prices in the area are going up and homes are selling quickly,  I've already had a ton of activity on this beauty.

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 Built in 2013 , this well cared for, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Conner Homes Resale feels like brand new construction. When you walk inside the grand entryway, the first thing you notice is the wide open concept, beautiful hardwood floors and bright and inviting ambience.  The kitchen, with an over-sized center island, stainless steel appliances and tons of cabinets and cupboards, opens to large living room with a gas fireplace and super cozy, upgraded carpet.

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  Also off the kitchen is a nice dining area which walks out to a new trex deck and fully fenced backyard with a spectacular view of Mount Rainier! There is also a main floor bath, pantry, extra sitting space and lots of windows and natural light.   Upstairs you'll find a huge master bedroom with vaulterd ceilings, master bath and walk-in closet plus 3 more bedrooms, another full bath and a spacious laundry room.  Add in a covered patio & double car garage and one of the most walkable communities in town and you've got the perfect place to call home! 






Posted on March 20, 2016 at 6:51 pm
Heather Redal | Posted in Uncategorized |

Private retreat in the heart of Beautiful Summit-Waller Neighborhood


   If you want to feel like your living in the country but be minutes from freeways and every amenity you can think of, look no further than the Summit-Waller area of Tacoma.  The community is known as Pierce County's rural separator and acts as an urban buffer between the nearby cities of Tacoma, Puyallup & Fife.

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When you exit I-5 at the Puyallup exit, head up Pioneer to Waller and within minutes you will see farms with everything from cows and horses to goats and llamas.  Many people visit the area to stable their horses, or walk their dog at one of the beautiful Regional Parks which include Swan Creek and Orangegate Parks. During the holidays, families head to the area to pick out the perfect Christmas tree at places like Martin's Tree Farm on Waller Road.   Residents also enjoy excellent private and public schools.

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Head down Vickery Avenue and you'll spot a beautiful, gated home that looks like a nature preserve with its lush trees and landscaping that help create a secluded, private oasis.  9805 Vickery Avenue East is an over 2500 square foot home with 3 bedrooms, 1 3/4 baths,  a separate guest villa that would be ideal for mother-in-law quarters or a home business and a pool house complete with sauna, jacuzzi, shower and restroom. 

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   Inside the home, you'll find a large recreation studio with hardwood floors which could be a work out room, studio, play room or anything you can imagine. On the lower level of the home is another family room with a fireplace and bar which walks out to the patio and heated pool.  "We really tried to create a place you could have everything you need without having to leave home," says owner, Alex Munce.  His wife Bonnie says she loves the way the river rocks on the home reflect on the water. "It's just such a peaceful setting," she says. "It's also a great place for entertaining."  The 15,000 square foot lot is filled with trees, paths, park benches and places to enjoy nature.  Add in a huge driveway, double car garage and room for your RV –  and this home really has it all.   "This has been a wonderful home for us," says Alex and I know whoever buys it, will have a great place to call home."

Posted on March 1, 2016 at 6:23 am
Heather Redal | Posted in Uncategorized |