Here is the North Lacey / Hawks Prairie WA real estate update for March 2015.
Why live in the North Lacey / Hawks Prairie WA area?
Hawks Prairie is aptly named as hawks, eagles, woodland birds, and wetland birds make this area their home. You can see bald eagles soaring through the skies above neighborhoods in Hawks Prairie. The Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge is nearby, which is a rich home for the birds and other wildlife.
North Lacey is a fast-developing part of the county, with lots of residential and commercial new construction, the completion of Cabela’s, and other major retailers coming soon.
This area is preferred for northward I-5 commuters as one of the northern-most I-5 Exit 111 in Thurston County is easily accessed here. This area is approximately 20-30 minutes from JBLM (Joint-Base Lewis McChord).
North Lacey offers lots to do with several golf courses (one interspersed between Jubilee, a high-end 55+ community), Tolmie State Park, and the newer Regional Athletic Complex with soccer and baseball fields.
Schools: Most residents are in the North Thurston School District.
Types of Homes: North Lacey offers lots of new construction, waterfront and golf properties, and mid-century homes. Neighborhoods include Beachcrest, Johnson Point, Meridian Campus and Nisqually. Search homes for sale in North Lacey / Hawks Prairie.
North Lacey / Hawks Prairie real estate market snapshot
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Local statistics compiled by Francine Viola from NWMLS data. Statistics not compiled or published by NWMLS (Northwest Multiple Listing Service).
Originally posted and written by Francine Viola at her blog site: www.InTuneRealEstate.com, where you can learn more about the real estate market in Thurston County and get tips and advice for a smooth real estate transaction!