Peacock Hill Estate
9909 Peacock hill Ave
Gig Harbor, WA
Offered at $1,100,000
4,039 Square Feet
Built in 1939
Come home to Peacock Hill Estate, a one-of-a-kind property offering 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms in the heart of Gig Harbor. Double wooden doors open to a sitting area that extends into an open floor plan for casual everyday living and effortless entertainment. Warm wood and ambient lighting create the perfect stage as the informal living area gives way to a spacious kitchen complete with a gas range, breakfast bar and butler's pantry. Dine indoors next to a wall of windows or step through French doors onto the patio for an alfresco meal.
The master suite is a place of respite, as vaulted ceilings and large windows meet a spacious ensuite, 2 walk-in closets and sitting area with doors that open to the covered outdoor Jacuzzi where the day's stress melts away. The upper level of the home features a flexible loft space with room for a small office, while the lower level is ready to suit your needs, whether it's a fitness area, game room or shop. Guest will revel in a private cottage complete with its own bedroom, bathroom, living space, kitchen, and deck to enjoy warm summer afternoons. The property also boasts a duplex, each side with one bedroom and its own laundry room, perfect for the investor looking for a supplemental income opportunities.
Peacock Hill Estate is a perfect place to enjoy the seasons, from the garden spaces to sweeping views of the harbor, lush greenery an Mount Rainier. Gig Harbor is a sought-after location for those dreaming of marine lifestyle in a picture-perfect resort style setting. A heavy storm in the late 19th century pushed Captain Charles Wilkes into what would become Gig Harbor as he sought protection. The town became known for its successful fishing, logging an boat manufacturing industries, growing from a primarily vacation-based destination to a popular residential area, connected by bridge to Tacoma.
Avid sailors love to venture into this port with its variety opportunities from fun shopping, a brewery, fine dining, casual waterfront restaurants, hiking, historical landmarks and museum and aquatic activities.