Mechanic’s dream shop! Yes there’s a home attached to this 4-bay shop-a lovely 2,226sf 4-bed, 4 bath home with all the details somebody (who shall remain anonymous) won’t be interested in. That’s because this shop-w/-attached-home has 1 2-car garage bay for your daily drivers + a 2nd 20′ x 35′ attached 2-bay RV-height shop w/ […]
450 ft of road frontage on Pac Hwy. 10,000 sf Flex building with many potential uses including car lot, data center, warehouse, office, or retail. Large 1.25 acre lot with great access to I5, 512, and JBLM. This building is well suited for an owner/user or investor looking to reposition with big upside. Comparable lease […]
I have a bad habit. A life-long habit that I’ve struggled to rein in. Struggled mightily in fact, with next to zero success. Ideas are like caffeine for my soul. Swirling wildly in the active space of my head, ideas tend to blossom like coffee grounds freshly exposed to boiling water. Minutes later they have […]
Country Living made sweeter! Designed by Glen Bartlett & Built by David Moe, Better Homes & Gardens described this 2,350sf 3 bed, 2 bath steel & concrete-framed, stucco-finished, country cottage-style home as “reminiscent of a French Auberge, or Country Retreat”. You’ll love every minute detail: Dual Owner Suites: 1 up, 1 down- offer flexible living […]
Investors- Cash Flow Now! Classic Victorian 4-plex in historic Everett! Top unit deck has sweepingviews of the bay, Olympics and city. Cap rate 6.46%New interior paint, newer appliances (several are less than 2 yrs old) , full-size in-unit laundry. NEW- (redone exterior deck railings (2013), treads, decking & non-skid surface), carpet, and cabinets. Tenants are […]
For at least 5 years, I’ve had a small, simple, and deceptively elusive goal: to pursue and land at least one Searun Cutthroat trout. Knowledge of the ideal tides, estuaries, seabed preferences, flies, lines, rods- all that has been gathered slowly in conversations with local fly shop guides and a few day trips to the […]
Did you miss the turning of the larches this fall? Here’s your 2nd chance, and a little tip on how to follow them next season.