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New On Market: Thea’s Landing Penthouse At Foss Waterway

By Alyssa Morrison |

Corner penthouse boasts a wall of glass presenting some of the finest views in Tacoma of Mt. Rainier with miles of Cascade foothills. This stunning home has been comprehensively renovated with a chef’s kitchen, glass counters, and design finishes from local artisans inspired by the adjacent Museum of Glass. Enjoy an active lifestyle while capturing the maritime energy of the Foss waterway. The main floor master catches the morning sun and the upper loft has a custom-designed bookcase that opens to reveal a Murphy bed.

1705 Dock St   |   Tacoma, Washington
2 bedrooms   |   1.75 baths

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A main floor primary bedroom continues the luxury detailing found throughout. Tall ceilings and windows bring the outdoors in with soothing views of yachts and paddle boarders as they glide along the waterway. Savor the sunrise bedside before lingering in the en suite bath’s stone and glass shower. A well-organized walk-in closet is at hand for the day’s attire.

The great room was made for reveling in the vistas of sparkling waters from sunrise to sunset, on both levels of the penthouse. The main floor has a spectacular kitchen that incorporates the high-end luxury of Sub-Zero refrigeration and a Wolf gas range. Separate ice maker unit, dishwasher, microwave/convection, and substantial range hood provide for every need while making craft cocktails, pouring from a curated wine collection, and preparing a meal whether simple or lavish. A luminous glass surface at the kitchen bar will be the highlight of any gathering. The care in crafting this work of art makes it nearly priceless—a beautiful surface to serve guests.

The high ceilings and immense windows fill the dining and living areas with luminous light. A private viewing veranda outfit with a gas connection for a grill or the comfort of a patio heater. The main floor incorporates laundry and a large walk-in pantry for generous storage.

Breathtaking views are elevated upstairs in the loft. A custom-made cabinet with concealed lighting incorporates sliding bookshelves that reveal a hidden Murphy bed. A full bath, large closet, and enough space for a desk make this a flexible-use space ideal for a home office.

Specialized lighting has been designed and installed throughout both levels and intended to highlight an art collection—many of which are valuable glass art pieces.

University of Washington Campus located in the downtown core on Pacific Avenue.

Convenient proximity to I-5 and major thoroughfares as well as nearby access to the Link Light Rail for downtown and Tacoma Dome transportation. Quick access to I-5, major thoroughfares and The Sounder which connects you to Seattle, as well as several other stops between Lakewood and Everett.