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There's No Place Like Home
Home grown in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, I was born in Tacoma and moved to Renton at a young age. I am familiar with many surrounding cities, towns and communities throughout the Puget Sound area. My husband Kelly and I currently live in Renton with our two children where we have been for over 20 years.
An advocate for community engagement, I have worked in numerous volunteer capacities for 15+ years, assisting with programming in the schools where my children attended and supporting local nonprofits. I believe in serving the community.
A home is where you raise families, create memories, and share time with loved ones. The process of purchasing or selling a home is an exciting time. If you choose to work with me, I will help guide you with confidence and ease throughout your Real Estate process. Please see my contact information page. I look forward to working with you.
In the heart of the greater Seattle and Puget Sound area is the City of Renton, centrally located within 16 miles of downtown Seattle and Bellevue and just minutes to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Renton is nestled on the south shore of Lake Washington with stunning views of the Seattle skyline, Mt. Rainier, The Olympic and Cascade Mt. ranges. Home to the Seattle Seahawks, the City of Renton is a diverse community offering rich culture with strong community support. A special feature in the city is the recently remodeled library located over the beautiful Cedar River.
The Pacific Northwest has become one of the most desirable areas to live in the country. Leading tech and aerospace giants such as Boeing, Microsoft, and Amazon as well as other top companies like Starbucks, Costco, Expedia, and Nordstrom’s have been attracting workers to the Seattle area at a record pace. What makes the PNW so unique is the ability to visit the beautiful pacific coast, hike Mt. Rainer and just a few hours drive east your landscape changes to the arid beauty of orchards and award winning wineries. The WA State ferry system is a great way to visit many of the local islands as well as exploring the beauty of the San Juan’s.
Just 30 miles south of Seattle is the city of Tacoma, home to the world famous Museum of Glass featuring the beautiful Chihuly Bridge of Glass. The Tacoma waterfront on Ruston Way is one of the most spectacular walks along the Puget Sound boasting many outstanding restaurants and fun activates to do throughout the year. Not to be missed is Tacoma’s Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium located along the scenic five mile drive of Point Defiance Park. A short drive across the Narrows Bridge will take you to the picturesque town of Gig Harbor.