Discover Beautiful Titlow Beach in Tacoma

Located in the West Slope area of Tacoma, the lovely Titlow Beach community awaits! In 1911, the now Lodge/Chalet-style building was a grand summer hotel destination. With views of Puget Sound, Fox Island, the Narrows Bridges, and the Olympic Mountains, it is a place of stunning beauty and serene nature.

When Aaron Titlow died in 1923, the original hotel was closed and acquired by Tacoma Parks. A few decades later, it underwent a restoration process in which the top two floors were removed. Ever since 1974, the building has been a part of the community and open to the public.

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Explore the Beach

Over the years, Titlow Beach has become a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike. Home to a swimming area, picnic zone, community center, spray park, walking trails, duck pond, children’s playset and sports fields, the dynamic community hub is popular with people of all ages! There’s even a signature restaurant on the beach called The Beach Tavern, a spot known for its delicious burgers and jojos. Steamers is another nearby eatery; this Tacoma establishment is known for its fabulous fish and chips and amazing waterfront views! The nearby ice cream shop offers up the perfect spot for enjoying a cone on a sunny day.

Living Near Titlow Beach

Most homes in the area were constructed between the 1950s and 70s, but in 2014, Quadrant Homes started developing a small group of quality, modern homes. Homeowner Jerry Frazier bought one of these beautiful brand new homes last year: “I love the [proximity] to the water and views! It is easy to commute to work, yet I feel like I’m on vacation when I arrive home.”

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There’s still a chance for you to claim your spot on Titlow Beach! The first resale has just been listed, and it’s packed with upgrades and barely lived in. Take a moment to explore this gorgeous 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home here.

 

Posted on June 7, 2016 at 10:00 am
Regina Madiera-Gorden | Category: Uncategorized

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