Pierce County Real Estate
Welcome to Pierce County, Washington, one of the most livable regions in the Pacific Northwest. The area's charming mix of towns and cities, deep water ocean access, and beautiful mountain backdrop make quality of life here unbeatable, and yield great real estate deals at every turn. I've created this web site as a guide to Pierce County real estate, and to outline the many services I provide as a top Pierce County Realtor. Putting to work my local real estate expertise, I can help you find the best of Pierce County, Washington real estate, whether your interest is buying or selling. For more on how we can work together, please visit my Buyers, and Sellers pages.
Pierce County Home Search
Our Pierce County Home search is designed to produce quick results in your new home search. The interactive listings finder opens the door to real estate deals throughout the county and state. In addition to providing every color picture available of each home, our home listing search provides both aerial and street views of each available home. You can also narrow your search criteria according to property type and property features, including foreclosure and pre-foreclosure homes to more easily locate the home that suits you best.
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Pierce County Washington Homes for Sale
Scenically located at the southern end of Puget Sound, Pierce County is the second most populous county in the state of Washington. The local county seat is Tacoma, a thriving mid-sized coastal city, and home to one of the busiest container shipping ports in North America. As the historic western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad, Tacoma is home to a number of long-established neighborhoods, and a character downtown where condos are in high demand. Tacoma's success in recent years can be felt throughout Pierce county, as a strong economy, beautiful natural setting, and a mix of towns and cities have attracted an influx of new residents and fueled a real estate boom.
One of Pierce County's main attractions is Mount Rainier National Park, a stunning alpine greenbelt covering 235,625 acres, and visited by millions annually. The park's centerpiece is Mount Rainier, a 14,410 foot strata volcano rising dramatically from the surrounding landscape into a rounded, year round snow peak. With outstanding examples of alpine meadows, old growth forests, pristine lakes, and hundreds of miles of hiking trails, the park is a great example of why a steadily growing number of people love to call Pierce County home.
For more information on cities and towns throughout Pierce County, please see my pages for Surrounding Areas.
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Unique, Closed Bedroom, Luxury Studio Suite In The Heart Of Downtown. Super High Walkability With Parks,...
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Beautifully Kept Home On Shy Half Acre. 4 Beds 4 Total Baths. Vaulted Ceiling. Living Room, Dining Room....
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Available 4.4 Acres Of Raw Land Zoned Sf Available. Great Close In Location. Property Is Bordered By...
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Secluded 3.26 Acres With Rauch Creek Running Through It. Manufactured Home With Stick Built Addition...
Tacoma is located a little over 30 miles South of Seattle, on the shores of Commencement Bay. Originally a gritty lumber and industrial town, Tacoma was known more for it's rough blue collar image than it's fantastic views, well kept parks and tree lined neighborhoods.
Tacoma has evolved over the years and now offers a diverse mix of housing, entertainment, education and employment opportunities. Inside Tacoma's city limits you'll find housing options ranging from small single family homes available for under $100,000 to high end condos and view homes...
Puyallup is located within easy commuting distance of the large employment centers of Tacoma and the Kent Valley. As a result many families that work in either area choose to live in Puyallup. With excellent public schools, significant open space and affordable homes, Puyallup has become a top destination for commuters wishing to live in a slower paced area.
Puyallup is best known around the state for the Western Washington Fair. The Puyallup Fair as it has come to be called over the years is Washington's largest and most popular fair....
A waterfront dream home on Lake Tapps is now more affordable than in years past. The recent downtrend in the housing market has presented some unique opportunities for those hoping to buy one of these sought after homes. While a wide variety resale and foreclosed homes are now available, finding the right home on Lake Tapps can take some time, as residents aren't quick to leave this Pierce County Paradise....
Fort Lewis dominates Southern Pierce County geographically at over 87,000 acres. With Interstate 5 running North and South through the base and the new Cross Base Highway running East and West, Military members have more housing choices than ever before. Within a 30 minute commute are housing options ranging from downtown Tacoma condo living to rural homes on acreage and everthing in between. With Fort Lewis' BAH now high enough to ...
Lacey Washington is located 25 miles South of Tacoma and only 5 miles from the Washington State Capital city of Olympia. With it's close proximity to both Olympia and Fort Lewis/McChord, Lacey is popular with commuters traveling both North and South along I-5.
The many new construction communties are popular with military families and state workers alike and competition can be tough for homebuyers not working with an experienced agent. Lacey boasts many diverse shopping and dining opportunities including the states only...
Federal Way originally sprang up as a haven for Seattle commuters in search of more affordable housing choices. Located just 25 miles South of Seattle and 10 miles from Sea Tac International Airport it's the perfect destination for those working in the city but looking for a more suburban home. Federal Way is also home to many that work in neighboring Tacoma to the South. Many Federal Way homes offer views of the Puget Sound, Vashon Island and the Olympic mountain range.
The City of Federal Way offers many parks and recreation opportunities including, Dash Point ...
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Listing information last updated on December 7th, 2013 at 2:00am.