Homes for Sale Lacey WA
Homes for Sale Lacey WA
Residential homes for sale in Lacey Washington are still a good buy. Median List price for residential homes in Lacey, Washington from Aug 2016 to Jan 2017 is $281,,950. . The median sales price for same period in Lacey, Washington is $269,000. Information from the NWMLS. If you are looking to buy or sell a home, call Karin Zeigler, RE/MAX Professionals at 360-870-6249. She has been serving the Real Estate needs in the South Sound for 11 years and can help you with all you real estate needs.
Homes for Sale Lacey, WA subdivisions:
There are many subdivisions in Lacey where you can find some beautiful homes. Here are just a few: Brentwood, Campus Estates, Campus Glen, Campus Highlands, Campus Meadows, Campus Park, Campus Pointe, Campus Prairie, Campus Willow, Christa Heights, Classic Heights, Continental Crest, Hicks Lake, Horizon Pointe, Indian Summer, Jubilee, Long Lake, Loveless, Mattson, Meadowlake, Meridian Acres, Puget Meadows East, Tanglewilde, Westminster Estates.
Lacey continues to be an attractive place to live for our military neighbors Joint Base Lewis and McCord Air Force Base and Madigan Army Hospital all just a few minutes away. Lacey is a prime location for off-base housing for military families.
Location of Lacey, WA
Lacey Washington is a city of nearly 50,000 people. It is part of Thurston County of nearly 300,000. Lacey is located at the southern tip of Puget Sound an inlet of the Pacific Ocean in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. It is s 60 miles south of Seattle and 100 miles north of Portland, Oregon. Nearby to the east is the Majestic Mount Rainier and the rugged Cascade Mountains. The Pacific Coast is just an hour’s drive to the west. Lacey is the midpoint for major metropolitan areas in the North and Portland Organ to the south. Lacey has quick access to I-5 the region’s primary north-south transportation artery.
Everything that makes the Pacific Northwest so spectacular is offered in Lacey. There are sparkling lakes more than 1200 acres of public parkland and open space, miles of hiking and biking trails and an adjoining 3,700 acre Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge You will find arts and events including outdoor summer concerts in the park, cinema under the stars, county fair, festival of Dixieland jazz, and open air market and much more. Many parks including Woodland Creek Community Park, Visit web site at Olympia, Lacey and Tumwater visitors.
Clean air, clean water, outstanding schools, a low crime rate, a healthy economy and close proximity of major metropolitan areas makes Lacey one of the most desirable places in the county to live.
Lacey’s top employers include:
State of Washington, Joint Base Lewis and McCord, Providence St Peter Hospital, Walmart Supercenter, Safeway, Xerox, Lucky Eagle Casino, and Nisqually Red wind Casino.: Lacey is home to Saint Martin’s University, Brandman University and South Puget Sound Hawks Prairie Center; while Olympia has The Evergreen State College and South Puget Sound Community College.
Schools & Education:
Lacey has many public and private schools, and home to Saint Martin’s University, and Thurston County‘s largest school district, North Thurston Public Schools Lacey is also home to various faith based schools.
Regional Health Hub:
Health care is a major industry in the South Puget Sound,. Providence St. Peter Hospital is the largest private employer in Thurston County, as well as the largest hospital in the region; while Capital Medical Center is a full service hospital offering local comprehensive services across a 5-county area.