4205 N Alki St Tacoma, WA 98407
Owner Occupied and Security System
Tacoma's Ultimate View Estate with a view the size of a football field that is unheard of. Rich in history, the home delivers the backdrop for an extraordinary life.
The historic North Tacoma has been a sought-after area for decades as it provides rich culture and unique properties. The area is known for its grand homes and special architecture that make the area a standout place to live. 4205 Alki was built in 1950 by the president of the Puget Sound National Bank, Reno Odlin. The current owners are only the third owners to have lived here. Originally, the property was utilized by Whitworth University as recreational space. With only having a total of three owners, this home is a hidden gem of North Tacoma that has proven to stun its viewers.
The location of this home is one that truly provides the best of both worlds. This private home includes a secluded driveway while also allowing for bright panoramic views of the Puget Sound. Sitting on 1.35 acres of land, the home is located directly next to the Weyerhaeuser Mansion. Apart from providing a private location, the home is located only minutes away from downtown Ruston and all the amenities that come with it such as dining, entertainment, and waterfront walking trails. Apart from Ruston, one could easily take a couple minute stroll to the Proctor District which also is packed full of activities and shopping to enjoy. The freeway access to I5 Freeway service is convenient by way of I705. This location provides an easy commute to Seattle to the North or Olympia and Portland to the south.
This secluded property located in Tacoma’s historic north end is perfect for anyone who enjoys the finer things in life. The 7,300 square foot home comes equipped with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms along with sweeping views of Commencement Bay, Maury Island, the Port of Tacoma, Mount Rainier and the Cascade Range. No stone was left unturned in this home as renovations and additions have been made with taste and elegance. As the second owners took over the home, there was the addition of a large family room with a fireplace, changing rooms, guest bathroom adjacent to the pool area, a bedroom and bathroom located on the second level, as well as a studio office on the second level. As of the year 2022, the current homeowners have updated each room to bring them up to date in a way that preserves history, yet also invites new and upscale features. This home is one that is hard to come by not only for the sheer beauty of its architecture and design, but also because of its location and endless opportunities that come with it.