The Three Bridges neighborhood is located in Tacoma, Washington. It is bounded by South 38th Street to the north, South 56th Street to the south, South 48th Street to the west, and South 50th Street to the east. The community was developed from 1892 until about 1930. The area was developed by William C. Talbot and his wife Edith Talbot as a planned community for working-class families with a focus on education and living within close proximity of work opportunities. There are three primary school facilities that serve the neighborhood. These include McKinley Elementary School (established 1911), McKinley Annex (established 1911), and McKinley Preparatory Academy (established 2000).
There are numerous parks located within this community including Wilson Park, Lincoln Park, Garfield Park, Garfield Playfield, Puyallup Park, Wilson Playfield, and McKinley Playfield. There are also several churches that serve this area including First Presbyterian Church of Tacoma (1913), Trinity United Methodist Church (1914), St Paul’s Episcopal Church (1914), St John’s Lutheran Church (1922), and Central Christian Center-Tacoma Campus(1968). Other notable sites include Lincoln High School which was built in 1914 and St Joseph Medical Center.
There are currently 12 homes for sale in Three Bridges, Tacoma. 5 homes were listed for sale this month in Three Bridges, Tacoma. This is 400% higher compared to the same time last year, and 150% higher compared to last month.
Average days on market for homes in Three Bridges, Tacoma was 8 days this month, 8 days last month and 7 days last year. There are no bidding wars at the moment. Homes in Three Bridges, Tacoma are selling close to the asking price in the last three months.
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