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Step back in time in this Historic North Slope Tudor with charm galore and Art Deco stylings throughout – each touch added with care and taste. Although home lists two bedrooms, there is a small room upstairs with a closet that could serve as a nursery or compact bedroom plus a basement bonus room with cupboards. The home features custom built-ins, hardwood floors, vintage kitchen, period fixtures, cove ceilings, arch doorways and myriad finishes that will appeal to the lover of classic old homes. The bedrooms are generous in size.
Tacoma Historic North Slope is Historic neighborhood is a triangular area where the city’s street grid changes to follow the shoreline. It is formed by N. I St, Steele and Division Avenue. Eighty percent of houses here were built prior to 1930. The area has a wide variety of architecture, like Craftsman, Tudo, Queen Anne Victorian, Foursquare and Mission Revival. This gives a classic early century vibe. The home is close to Wright Park, Stadium District and freeway access.
2 bedrooms, 1 bath 1,628 sqft finished plus 300 in basement.