Rare Tacoma Property! Updated 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath Home on 0.91 Acres w/Incredible Outdoor Amenities 

A unique opportunity like this one doesn’t come around very often! Nestled on 0.91 acres just blocks to Pacific Ave and merely minutes to Highway 512, this Tacoma gem gives you tons of outdoor space to take advantage of all while being wonderfully close to city conveniences. Not only does this property feature the beautifully updated 1,564-square-foot home (with a newer roof!), but you’ll also find a detached garage, a party cabana, a pole barn, plus an extra building with a 2-car carport, raised garden beds, and more. Located at 611 E 84th St Tacoma, WA 98445 this dynamic residence is listed for $400,000. 

As soon as you pull in the driveway, this home’s neat, classic exterior design greets you. The front door opens up to reveal the warm and inviting front living room that’s characterized by gorgeous hardwoods, large windows that fill the space with natural light, and eye-catching trim. The layout flows into the thoroughly updated kitchen, a spacious haven of elegance and efficiency. Contemporary style and modern amenities are at your fingertips here—rich cabinetry offers ample storage, sleek appliances promise efficiency, and a generous layout means you have plenty of room to move around. 

The main level also includes the master suite, and this home’s 3 bedrooms each promise loved ones privacy and a place to call their own. Each room offers something a bit different, and like the rest of this home, vintage elements can be found alongside newer upgrades that ensure this timeless treasure is ready for years to come. 

This 0.91-acre property is also packed with outdoor opportunity and potential, and you’ll find several outbuildings to use and transform to suit your own needs. There’s ample space for parking and storage thanks to the detached garage, the 2-car carport, and land for RV parking. You’ll also find a pole barn and a party cabana, and versatile outdoor space that stretches on, just waiting for your creativity!

You might decide to keep things as is (it’s lovely already, after all!) and enjoy laid-back evenings roasting s’mores around the fire pit and tending to the blossoming gardens that are already there. Or, you might decide to extend the raised garden bed area and raise rows and rows of fresh produce, add in a play toy for little ones, or create a deck/patio area for entertaining. There’s truly room for it all! 

Living in the Fern Hill Neighborhood of Tacoma

At 611 E 84th St Tacoma, WA 98445, you can enjoy having tons of space to spread out on while still being wonderfully close to city conveniences. Pacific Ave is only 0.5 miles away, and here you have easy access to Fred Meyer, several eateries, and a long list of shops and services. You’re also just 0.4 miles to Charlotte’s Blueberry Park (a 20-acre park that used to be a farm), and commuters are sure to love being just a 5-minute drive to Highway 512. 

Interested in learning more? Click here to view the full listing! You can contact REALTOR® Erin Dobrinski online here or give her a call/text at (253) 380-7702, or reach out to REALTOR® Tom Dobrinski online here or give him a call/text at (253) 380-6257.

Posted on August 9, 2019 at 2:53 pm
Erin Dobrinski | Posted in Uncategorized |

Here’s my zip code – how much has my home appreciated?

If you've never visited the DQ (Data Quick) News website, you should take time to do so!  This gem of a site develops a quarterly report that allows you to find some great data specific to your neighborhood's zip code.  It will answer questions like "how much has the median value for homes appreciated/depreciated compared to the same quarter a year ago?", and "what's the percentage of change (down or up) in sales volume in my neighborhood compared to the same quarter a year ago?"   For example, in my South Hill Puyallup neighborhood where the zip code is 98374, DQ News (Quarter 2) reports that the median sales price is $224,475, which represents a 7.4% increase over the same quarter in 2012.  Sales volume of homes is up 29.2% over this same quarter last year.  This is great evidence that the market is appreciating.  Sellers, the message is now is a great time to sell, if it's an appropriate time for you.  Buyers, the bottom of the market has come and gone – if you are serious about purchasing a home, now's a great time to move forward!

Posted on September 17, 2013 at 4:33 pm
Erin Dobrinski | Posted in Puyallup, Puyallup Stats, Real Estate, South Hill Puyallup, Uncategorized |

Rates are in the 3’s!

Have you heard?  Rates are at an all-time low again, this time in the 3's!  Attached is a chart that provides evidence of current historic rates. For buyers, this means you can buy a little more house or it may mean that you can save a few dollars if you stay at your chosen shopping price.  But don't delay – inventory continues to shrink and sales volume is rising.  The good news for sellers is that this means you can "dig your heels in" a bit and hold to your asking price (provided it's in the range of where you will appraise).  But negotiate wisely, as appraisal value doesn't always match market value.  Let the negotiating fun begin!


Posted on July 18, 2012 at 4:29 pm
Erin Dobrinski | Posted in Real Estate, Uncategorized | Tagged , , ,

April Trendgraphix Stats are out!

I have been surprised and delighted to receive comments from readers thanking me for sharing statistics in a reader-friendly manner, plus requesting that I keep the updates coming.  OK, so here are Trendgraphix April stats for Puyallup:  for short sales, there are 127 active short sales, 24 pending shorts and only 9 closed sales in April.  This is a measurable decrease in all short sales categories, particularly the closed transactions.  Not sure why, but I will be investigating.  Bank-owned stats stayed pretty similar, i.e. foreclosed properties are selling quickly! April shows more traditional sale homes listed – very typical for this time of year – and fewer pendings than the previous month, fewer closed sales for traditional sale properties.  I found that surprising, since the market remains busy and I, on a personal note, have closed mostly traditional sales (versus shorts or bank-owned sales) this past month.




Posted on May 29, 2012 at 3:38 pm
Erin Dobrinski | Posted in Puyallup, Puyallup Stats, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , ,