103 Montgomery StreetThe town of Steilacoom boasts view homes and some of Washington State’s oldest historical sites.  In 1854 it became the first incorporated town in all of Washington State. It is home to the oldest Catholic Church in the state and 68 properties in the Steilacoom Historic District, many with views.  Steilacoom has homes with views of Puget Sound, Fox Island, Ketron Island, and Anderson Island.  They range from Historic Homes to New Construction. “Steilacoom has a casual, friendly, community atmosphere.” Says Lisa Breitinger, a longtime resident of Steilacoom. “This is a town where you see folks out walking at night.”

Steilacoom has a variety of sites and attractions including 12 parks and a community center. The towns popular Sunnyside Beach is a 6 acre public park that boasts 1,400 feet of saltwater shoreline. Steilacoom’s ferry also serves residents of Ketron Island and Anderson Island.

For a small town, Steilacoom has weathered the housing downturn fairly well with 46 homes selling in the past year. If you are looking for a Steilacoom view home you might like 103 Montgomery Street. Homes on this street have some of the most sweeping views of Puget Sound you can find.

For more information on 103 Montgomery Street, contact local Realtor Cheryl Wilkerson.  The town boasts a large number of community events all year long, including the Steilacoom Farmers Market,  the Steilacoom Summer Concert Series, and a variety of holiday events such as the 4th of July Parade and Fireworks ShowOctober Scarecrow Contest, and the Lighting of the Tree in Downtown Steilacoom in December.

For those commuting to JBLM, Steilacoom’s view homes are an attractive choice. In addition to the small town lifestyle, JBLM is only a 10 minute drive making it a favorable place for active and retired military and their families. If you would like more information on how to find a view home in Steilacoom, contact us!

 

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