Perfectly positioned amid the Pacific Northwest’s captivating natural beauty, this equestrian-friendly, cross-fenced property presents a truly rare opportunity. Nestled on a total of 10.75 acres on 2 lots, here you’ll discover incredible possibilities, whether you envision pursuing business interests, hobbies and passions, or all of the above! In addition to the custom-built cedar home that includes a new lower level guest apartment, this property also boasts a Barn-Agricultural building, strategically located outbuildings, RV parking, round-pen space, and more. Plus, the 2nd lot is potentially buildable. Additionally, this property is in Rainier Ranches and currently designated for Agricultural use (Form22ZZ). Located at 6010 260 Street E Graham, WA 98338 and less than 10 minutes to schools, grocery stores, restaurants, services and more, this extraordinary estate is listed for $1,095,000.
An idyllic retreat beckons as soon as you pull in the extra-long driveway; trees and lush greenery provide quiet and privacy, while offering lovely scenery at every turn. In the main home, pastoral views stretch on, with views of wildlife and horses waiting to delight. This all cedar custom-built residence shows off a lodge-inspired aesthetic, and in the main floor great room, the heart of the home awaits. Stunning vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows show off a breathtaking setting to bask in, whether you’re simply enjoying a peaceful evening at home relaxing by the fire, or you’re hosting and catching up with guests.
From here, the layout seamlessly flows into the gourmet-sized kitchen, a generous space where elegant design meets excellent efficiency. Gleaming counters boast an abundance of space to spread out while you cook, bake, and prepare, while handsome cabinetry that matches this home’s many wood elements ensure that you have ample storage. Set up a coffee/tea station, hang out at the bar-style counter seating, and gather around the kitchen island for refreshments at your next get-together. Plus, the adjacent dining area is perfect for mealtime any day of the week!
The main level also includes a bedroom with an ensuite bath and walk-in closet, and 3 spacious rooms are aloft. On the lower level, a new guest apartment provides incredible flexibility. Chic style characterizes each space here, from the pristine, well-appointed kitchen and inviting living area, to the charming bath and bedroom.
Even more living space can be found in the Barn-Agricultural building; this dynamic building includes an upstairs bedroom/bath caretaker’s quarters, for starters. This building was originally a DVM Vets’ center, and it is wonderfully multifunctional with offices, storage, a workshop, an exercise area, and a 40-ton hayloft. Additional outbuildings provide even more versatility, and you’ll also find RV parking and a round-pen space. In addition to these amenities, opportunities for spending time out in the fresh air and outdoor beauty are quite literally at every turn. Decks and a shaded patio rest alongside picturesque landscaping, and garden beds are ready to help you cultivate your favorite fruits and veggies. Bring your unique vision, and embrace the lifestyle you’ve been dreaming about!
What’s it Like to Live in Graham, Washington?
Graham is located in Pierce County, Washington, and here you’ll find many different types of properties, from homes in suburban neighborhoods to homes on scenic acreage. At 6010 260 Street E Graham, WA 98338, you’re on 10.75 acres in a secluded setting, and yet city conveniences are no more than 10 minutes away. Schools, grocery stores, shops, restaurants, services, etc. are all within reach. For starters, if you’d like to run errands, places like Safeway, Graham Ace Hardware, Walgreens, Rite Aid, the post office, several eateries and more all surround the intersection at Meridian Ave E and 224th Street E. Even more variety can be found in nearby Spanaway and Puyallup. One of the reasons why people love Graham so much is due to its close proximity to many outdoor attractions; opportunities for camping, boating, fishing, horseback riding, hiking and more are all practically in your backyard.