Spruce Ridge Tradition Series

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Spruce Ridge

Spruce Ridge – Sold Out

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Community Information

By Appointment Only
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(206) 909-4600
  • Quiet cul-de-sac location
  • Views of Mount Rainier & Lake Tapps
  • North Lake Tapps Park – Beach Access
  • Banker’s Spit Walking Trail
  • Close to SR-410 & SR-167
  • Lakeland Town Center
  • The Market at Lake Tapps
  • Bonney Lake Village Shopping Center
  • The Outlet Collection
  • South Hill Mall
  • Al Lago Restaurant
  • Forest Canyon Coffee

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School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

North Tapps Middle School

Public | 6 - 8

3.3 mi.

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The Crossings at Sunrise

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3,259 - 3,259 sq. ft.


Rainier Ridge

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1,577 - 3,259 sq. ft.


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Area Information

Pier in South Sound, WA

South Sound

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