Olympia, the state capital, is nestled in the shadows of majestic Mt. Rainier. Known for its cultural diversity, it borders both Lacey and Tumwater. Olympia is the perfect blend of a rich, vibrant downtown culture, arts and entertainment and outdoor recreation opportunities. Brand-name shopping is plentiful, as are the abundant dining options. Olympia enjoys the benefit of a stable economy due to large segment of state employment.
Olympia maintains multiple public parks making outdoor activities easily accessible. Hiking, biking, golf, shopping, boating, SCUBA diving are all area favorites. Locals and visitors alike enjoy nearby Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge and Capitol State Forest for their stunning offering of natures beauty and diverse ecosystems.
Arts and entertainment are a mainstay of Olympia’s cultural tenor. Venues include Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Capitol Theater, and the the Monarch Contemporary Art Center and Sculpture Park. That latter exhibits an engaging art gallery and 80-acre sculpture garden that is sure to please any art enthusiast. Children’s Hand’s-On Museum & Aquarium and the Olympic Flight Museum are favorites for the kids.
Transportation options are plentiful and include Olympia Regional Airport, Centennial Rail Station, Intercity Transit, and multiple bike paths making getting around the capital city easy, affordable and convenient.
Olympia is noted for its top-notch schools as education is an anchor of the area’s efforts in life-long learning. St. Martin’s, South Puget Sound College, Evergreen State College provide excellent educational resources for both local and transfer students to prepare them for future opportunities.
St. Peter’s Hospital, Capital Medical Center and Kaiser Permanente are the core of the medical community in Olympia. Medical, dental, vision and multi-specialty clinics are in abundance in this diverse community and provide a plethora of healthcare options.
The housing market is as diverse as its population. From traditional to modern, cape-cod to mid-century modern, there is something for everyone. Apartments, condominiums, single and multi-family homes and senior living options are plentiful. Olympia’s location, just 30 miles from Tacoma and 60 miles to Seattle, makes commuting an option for those who work in the metro areas but still want to maintain a suburban lifestyle.
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10210 35th Lane SE Olympia, Washington
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,897 SqFt 5.140 Acres
7041 Munson Drive SW Olympia, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,858 SqFt 9.877 Acres
5648 Waldron Drive NE Lacey, Washington
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,505 SqFt 0.139 Acres
6348 Johnson Point Road NE Olympia, Washington
5 Beds 5 Baths 4.190 Acres
442 72nd Way NE Olympia, Washington
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,202 SqFt 0.223 Acres
9130 Old Highway 99 SE Olympia, Washington
2 Beds 1 Baths 5.380 Acres
5144 Nuthatch Court NE Lacey, Washington
5 Beds 3 Baths 3,421 SqFt 0.852 Acres
3208 Lilly Road NE Olympia, Washington
3 Beds 3 Baths 3,056 SqFt 2.620 Acres
6513 SE 27th Lacey, Washington
4 Beds 3 Baths 0.378 Acres
5311 Waldron Drive NE Lacey, Washington
2 Beds 3 Baths 0.115 Acres
1908 Summit Lake Shore Road NW Olympia, Washington
2 Beds 3 Baths 2,212 SqFt 2.240 Acres
4619 74th Avenue SE Olympia, Washington
3 Beds 5 Baths 3,718 SqFt 0.627 Acres
6941 NE Libby Road Olympia, Washington
3 Beds 1 Baths 1,258 SqFt 10 Acres
5716 Waldron Court NE Lacey, Washington
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,207 SqFt 0.115 Acres
4835 62nd Lane SW Olympia, WA 98512 Olympia, Washington
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,819 SqFt 0.998 Acres