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The Loft on North C Street

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– a delightful, modern third-story studio apartment atop an owner-occupied, grand 1885 Victorian home (recently featured on the 2014 Tacoma Historical Society’s Tour of Historic Homes) in the prestigious Stadium District of North Tacoma.

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– a delightful, modern third-story studio apartment atop an owner-occupied, grand 1885 Victorian home (recently featured on the 2014 Tacoma Historical Society’s Tour of Historic Homes) in the prestigious Stadium District of North Tacoma. You will enjoy magnificent views of Tacoma’s natural and physical spectacles such as Stadium High School, Commencement Bay, Mount Rainier, Port of Tacoma, Vashon Island, the ebb and flow of imposing tankers, the charm of the Wednesday Sailboat Club, and, of course, the occasional grand bald eagle passing by. Our appealing apartment is an ideal choice for business professionals or vacationers seeking something more than an average hotel room and it offers a superb location just 2 miles from downtown Tacoma.

The Loft is a unique space of approximately 1,000 square feet. With a queen bed and queen sofa sleeper, it sleeps four persons. It is furnished and has a modern fully-stocked kitchen with appliances. There are large windows to take in the spectacular views, a covered balcony to enjoy coffee or an evening drink, private bathroom, and spacious closet. As the apartment is in an owner-occupied home, we also offer access to a grand front-yard terrace patio or private backyard hot tub. We also offer an optional extra bedroom with twin bed.

Take a look at our photos and amenities and other features then check on availability and contact us to book your next stay at “The Loft on North C Street.”

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The location of “The Loft” is ideal for the following activities: downtown business, waterfront, local universities. We are 40 miles to Seattle, 35 miles to Olympia, 1 ½ hours to Mount Rainier National Park, 10 minutes to University of Puget Sound, University of Washington – Tacoma Campus, 25 minutes to Pacific Lutheran University, 10 minutes to Tacoma Dome, 10 minutes to Tacoma Hospitals, 10 minutes to LeMay America’s Car Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, Washington State History Museum, the Glass Museum.

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Drawn to the equally-impressive Historic Stadium District of North Tacoma with its wonderful Victorian and Craftsman homes, we saw the grand potential of 412 North C Street in spite of the fact it had been turned into multiple units by a previous owner. Now it is fully restored to its prior glory as a single-family residence, equal in stature to the surrounding homes of tremendous beauty.
– a delightful, modern third-story studio apartment atop an owner-occupied, grand 1885 Victorian home (recently featured on the 2014 Tacoma Historical Society’s Tour of Historic Homes) in the prestigious Stadiu…

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Tacoma, Washington, États-Unis

The Stadium District is a neighborhood of the north end of Tacoma, Washington. It is named after Stadium High School, a historic landmark. Stadium High School is the most iconic feature of the Tacoma Stadium District. Small in size, but big on character, this part of town is sandwiched between downtown and a beautiful residential area called North Slope.

Tacoma Stadium District is highlighted by a spectacular high school, a very beautiful church, and magnificent historic homes.

Stadium High School is what this district is named after and this landmark is worth a look. Originally built in 1891, Stadium High was originally intended to be a hotel—hence its absolutely fabulous location overlooking the Puget Sound. It’s not usually possible to go inside the school as it is a public school, but checking out its French chateau style and taking a peek into the iconic Stadium Bowl (the school’s stadium) are always possible. The school was featured in the movie “Ten Things I Hate About You.”

Transportation: Pierce Transit bus routes: 11, 13, 16

Restaurants:

Frisko Freeze: A landmark restaurant in Tacoma. There is no sit-down dining room here, but you will find some of the most popular burgers and fries in town. 1201 Division Avenue.

Doyle’s Public House: An Irish pub with sandwiches, salads, and 12 beers on tap. 208 St Helens Avenue.

Harvester: Down-home food in a casual atmosphere. 29 Tacoma Avenue N.

Hob Nob: One of the best places to get breakfast in Tacoma and also good for other meals throughout the day. 716 6th Avenue.

Parkway Tavern: Has an outdoor seating area great in the summer as well as an impressive selection of beers on tap. 313 N I Street.

The Hub: Perfect as a hang out or a casual evening out with a nice selection of food and beer. 203 Tacoma Avenue S.

Attractions and Things to Do:

Major landmarks include noticeable buildings Stadium High School and First Presbyterian Church. It’s easy to work viewing these into your exploration of this area. The best attractions here are the restaurants and many small businesses and stores.

Ranko’s Drugstore has been in this location since the 1930s and frequently makes the list of Tacoma’s best gift stores and pharmacies. It’s hard to beat the homey charm and awesome customer service here. Other cool gift stores like Calla Lilly are also worth checking out.

A unique attraction in Tacoma overall is located next to Wright Park—the Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum, which is part of the largest private document library system in the world. Check out traveling document exhibits as well as permanent holdings, always for free.

There are a number of spas and salons here, too, and King’s Books—one of the best private bookstores in Tacoma.

Events:

Stadium District events are held periodically throughout the year. The annual Dickens Festival is a charming thing to do during the holiday season, complete with horse and carriage rides. For Halloween, Street of Treats opens up the area businesses to trick or treaters. The Art and Wine Walk, also usually in October, is a fun event for wine lovers. Many businesses offer different types of wines and snacks for one upfront fee. All events here are mostly outdoors so be prepared if the weather is rainy.
The Stadium District is a neighborhood of the north end of Tacoma, Washington. It is named after Stadium High School, a historic landmark. Stadium High School is the most iconic feature of the Tacoma Stadium D…

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