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Waterfront Bungalow with 1 Acre on Puget Sound


This is a waterfront bungalow with 1 acre of land on Puget Sound.

Adorable and well-loved waterfront bungalow with sweeping views of the Nisqually Reach, the Olympics, Anderson Island, and the Key Peninsula! Easily accessed sandy, pebbly beach with ownership of the tidelands.1

Please take the tour, learn more, and share your thoughts in the comments below. Thanks!

912 Sq. Ft. Bungalow with 1 Acre of Land on Puget Sound in Olympia, Washington

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Images via Redfin

 Hi, Alex. 1978, 1 acre, with beach on Puget Sound. 912 square feet. Delightful place.

This home is currently on the market for $574,900. See the listing on Redfin for details.

Sources

  1. RedFin
  2. NWMLS

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  • D. Pedersen December 14, 2018, 4:18 am

    Sorry, but the blue carpet is bad taste.

    • Alex December 14, 2018, 12:12 pm

      LOL yes seems a bit dated!

      • James D. December 14, 2018, 7:24 pm

        House styles tend to go by in dog years and this was built in 1978 and hasn’t been renovated since 1991… But at least it’s pretty well maintained…

  • Payton December 14, 2018, 5:34 pm

    I don’t say much on this sight, but that blue is way to much, and it looks like it could be a real up keep, with all that deck.

    • Eric December 14, 2018, 11:02 pm

      …so, let’s assume you bought it. What would you do? Rip up the carpet? Problem solved I would have thought… then you could put down super trendy 1970’s shag carpet instead! (humour there folks)

  • Connie Simms December 14, 2018, 6:47 pm

    Wow….pretty big house… wonder why in the world someone would want to cram a washer & dryer into the kitchen, especially that close to the stove (& grease!). It seems to me there is quite a bit of house there & can’t figure out why they couldn’t have found a more useful spot than in the kitchen!

    Also hate the blue carpet; looks very dated as does the whole interior. You’d never know it was on the water; looks like it’s been used as a rental house with it’s hodge-podge of furniture & the non-decor.

    On the other hand, the views are unbeatable & I understand that’s why the 1/2 million $$ price tag; as I’ve remarked often, “Just ’cause you’ve got money doesn’t mean you have good taste!”

    Those baseboard heaters & high ceilings probably guarantee you’re gonna really be cold when the temps drop….brrrrrr!

    Even at 1/5th the price, there’s a lot that needs to be done with this one. Of course, I guess if you’ve got 1/2 a mil to spend, that wouldn’t be a problem! But, I pass….

    • Eric December 14, 2018, 11:09 pm

      In Europe it is very common to have the washer & dryer in the kitchen. Personally I think it sucks but many people are used to it.

      So, it’s got baseboard heaters. And high ceilings. So why would you be cold? There is a rather large fireplace/wood burner there to keep the house warm. : )

  • Matt December 14, 2018, 8:22 pm

    Hate the carpet all you guys want, but I know how rich people work, and someone paid a designer $75 an hour to pick that out.

  • Bob H December 15, 2018, 9:58 am

    The house location is fantastic, good price for lake frontage.

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