Real Estate in Tacoma, Washington: What You Can Get for $1.5 Million

Not all cities in Washington are as dirty as Seattle.

Located in the shadow of Mount Rainier and on the shores of Pugent Sound, Tacoma is Washington State’s third largest city.

Mount Rainier on the Tacoma Washington waterfront during the evening sunset from Alpenglow (Stock)

The city was dubbed the “City of Doom” in the 19th century after it was chosen to be the location of the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad. The area’s history with trains is evident at the Washington History Museum, which features a large model railroad.

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Downtown Tacoma went through a period of revitalization beginning in the 1990s, and its location makes it an important port city for the United States. Not surprisingly, the region attracts a wide variety of professionals working in international trade.

Here’s what you can get for $1.5 million.

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Gig Port – $1.5 million

This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 6812 Hunt Street NW in Gig Harbor sits on 14 acres of very private land. Naturally, this home comes with plenty of outdoor features, like an in-ground pool, hot tub, and a large deck that overlooks the sprawling property.

Inside, the home features an open-concept first floor with hardwood floors that extend from the kitchen to the living room. There is also a three car garage and a private balcony off the master suite.

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Gig Port – $1.575 million

This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home sits on 0.35 acres of land at 4306 North Foxglove Drive NW in Gig Harbor. The main floor features 15 foot high cathedral ceilings and plenty of windows to fill the space with natural light.

Although it is not located on 14 acres of private land, the surrounding parks and nature trails give this property a great deal of privacy. The back patio overlooks a nearby golf course and is perfectly placed to watch a few rounds.

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