08 Jun Better Than New with Room to Grow
Welcome to this stunning two-story Colonial style home with a modern spin! It has been completely renovated and is like a NEW home, all work is permitted. The adjective that best describes this home is quality. Special features include; main floor ADA accessible bathroom w/ adjacent bedroom, Presidential roof, 27k window package, marble & glass tiles, quartz counter tops, luxurious master suite w/ lovely claw foot tub, bamboo flooring, excellent floor plan and more! Don’t miss the video tour!
- Listed at $750,000, Sold for $750,000
- 33537 7th Pl Sw, Federal Way, WA 98023
- 5 bedrooms
- 2.75 bathrooms
- 3,410 square feet
- 12,123 square foot lot
- Built in 1988
- 3 -car attached garage
If you’re looking for a new home that has a fantastic community and is in close proximity to everything, you’ve found it!
Get ready for plenty of summertime fun and savings at Wild Waves Theme Park – they have 10 water rides that will keep you cool, 7 thrill rides that will get your heart pumping and 20 rides that are a little more mellow for families and kids. And that’s not all they have, this summer has a great movie line up for ‘Dive-In Movies’ like Jumanji, Coco, The Little Mermaid, Sherlock Gnomes, Peter Rabbit and an all time classic, Jaws – Stay after the park closes, grab a tube, and hop in the Wave Pool to kick back with fan-favorite films! You can also look forward to fun in the cooler months, like Fright Fest – weekends of spooktacular fun Sept-Oct, and Holiday Lights in December.
There’s so many parks close to this home, you’ll never be short of somewhere to go to get outside! In the neighborhood, you’ll find a community park – Ridge Park, which is just a 7 minute walk. This very open park has covered picnic tables that are perfect for barbecues and parties. It also has two tennis courts and a basketball court. West Hylebos Wetlands Park is a short 4 minute drive and is a large, lush park with a network of trails & boardwalks through wetlands (no dogs or bikes allowed). 120 acres of unique old growth forest and wetlands in the heart of Federal Way. These wetlands are equal parts wildlife refuge, ecological and hydrological conservatory, nature trail, and pure natural wonder. One of the last remaining bogs in South King County, the Hylebos Wetlands is easy to reach and explore.
The seller mentioned that their favorite park to visit is Steel Lake Park, less than 4 miles away. This 52-acre, lakeside park offers a playground & volleyball pit, plus live summertime concerts – otherwise known as the Federal Way Family Funland! This park offers fun for everyone, including those with disabilities as it offers the nation’s first AbilityWhirl, an innovative wheelchair roundabout that allows two kids in wheelchairs and their attendants to ride.
Take advantage of being close to the Pacific Bonsai Museum – a collection that boasts over 100 bonsai trees from China, Japan, Canada, Korea, Taiwan & America. From now until September 30th, take in the special exhibit Living Art of Bonsai: Elements of Design. It breaks down major design elements of bonsai art. Make a day out of it by also visiting the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden – a vast garden with a variety of rhododendrons & azaleas, plus seasonal & perennial plants & blossoms.
The Federal Way Community Center is less than 2 miles and is the place to go for activities! Find everything you need for your fitness and recreation needs — from group fitness classes to a fully equipped fitness center, from lap and leisure pools to a 27-foot climbing pinnacle. Join a pick-up game or league sport in one of our three gyms. The free community wing is a great place to relax. Shoot pool in the game room, meet friends in the senior lounge, or grab a bite to eat at Splash Cafe.
Eight minutes from the home, you’ll find all your shopping needs in one spot! There are two shopping centers in Federal Way – the Federal Way Crossing offers Costco, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Jimmy Macs Roadhouse, Whole Sale Sports, The Rock Wood Fired Pizza, Menchies, LA Fitness + more. Have a delightful lunch or dinner at Thai Bistro, a local favorite. Biscuits Cafe is another favorite for locals. They have a tasty, traditional American breakfast menu.The Commons at Federal Way offers, DICK’s Sporting Goods, Century Theaters, Target, Panera, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin + more!
Just 15 minutes to hop onto I-5 to get to Seattle or Tacoma, making this a great location for commuters.
Schools for this location are in the Federal Way School district – Panther Lake Elementary, Illahee Junior High and Todd Beamer High School.
Call or text listing agent Stephanie Spiro for more info: 253-218-9258