18 Jul Quintessentially Located Duplex

Wonderful Westside investment property! This duplex has a spacious 3 bedroom unit that would be perfect to owner occupy while renting or Airbnbing the other side! With this incredible location, close to downtown, the waterfront and Capital Lake, Westside shops and restaurants, there is so much to enjoy! Recent updates to the 3 BR unit; new water heater, paint, carpet, appliances and a new roof! 

  • Listed at $399,950, Sold for $401,000
  • 337 Thomas St NW, Olympia, WA 98502
  • Duplex
    • Unit 1 – 3 bed – 1.75 bath – 1,443 square feet
    • Unit 2 – 2 bed – 1 bath – 1,043 square feet
  • 2,486 square foot duplex
  • 5,500 square foot lot
  • Built in 1968
  • Each unit has a 1-car attached garage

If you’re looking for a place to live in a somewhat walkable area that’s close to parks, dining, happy hour and more, you’ve found it!

Woodruff Park is less than a mile away and offers picnic tables, basketball, tennis, sand volleyball and restrooms. This park is getting a markover soon and will soon offer a new sprayground, upgrade to parking and restroom for ADA accessibility, asphalt pathways, and a picnic shelter will be constructed in the Summer of 2019.

Take an evening stroll down the Garfield Nature Trail, which meanders through a 5 acre nature ravine, that will put you down on Bay Drive NW, connecting to the West Bay Park. This trail provides waterfront access to walk the shore line where you can walk all the way to downtown Olympia and get a glimpse of Mount Rainier along the way.

Walk to get a delicious cup of coffee at Olympia Coffee Roasting Co. Get your roll on at locally owned and operated Kobito Sushi and Teriyaki. Dine on delicious cooked to order burgers, fries, and shakes, or $1 Ice cream cones from Eagan’s Westside Drive-In. Head to The Westside Tavern for billiards & an outdoor patio serving standards such as burgers & sandwiches.

Enjoy all that Downtown Olympia has to offer! Popular and historical Percival Park if the heart and hub of downtown and connects to The Landing, a 0.9 mile long boardwalk. From here you can wine and dine at The Dockside Bistro and Wine Bar, Budd Bay Cafe, or Anthony’s Homeport, where there is no shortage of fresh seafood options at any of these locations. Want to cook your own seafood dish at home? Stop by the Olympia Seafood Co.