Normandy Place is an enclave of 27 two- and three-bedroom townhomes in a parklike setting near Puget Sound.
NORMANDY PARK — Normandy Place is an enclave of 27 townhomes in a parklike setting near Puget Sound.
The townhomes feature two or three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a range of standard features, including granite countertops, solid hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, gas cooking ranges, gas fireplaces, CAT5 Ethernet wiring, and washer-and-dryer packages.
“The standard features at Normandy Place are the kind you would find in homes at a much higher price point,” says listing broker Steve Anderes.
All of the homes include flex spaces that can be used as offices, dens, play areas or extra bedrooms.
Every townhome at Normandy Place has an attached garage, and there are additional off-street parking spaces throughout the community. Each home has a deck on the main floor; depending on location, there may also be a backyard with a patio.
“Residents can enjoy a carefree lifestyle at Normandy Place, knowing that the homeowners’ association will maintain all of the yards, exteriors and common areas,” Anderes says. “We believe that Normandy Place provides outstanding value, and is a great alternative for those looking to buy a home in the Seattle metro area.”
There is a dedicated space at Normandy Place for community use. Additionally, homeowners have deeded access rights to The Cove, which includes 18 acres of private beachfront, parks, ponds and wetlands, a boat launch, a clubhouse/recreation center, trails and a swimming club.
Two blocks to the south is Normandy Park Towne Center, which includes several restaurants, a grocery store, health clinics, an athletic club and other services.
Normandy Place is located 2.5 miles from a marina, and is close to freeway access and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
“The layout, views, design and quality far exceed most condominiums, and best of all, we love the location,” says Ed Zabrek, who purchased a home at Normandy Place with his wife, Theresa. “We are less than 30 minutes to almost any destination without the hassle of traffic. We can get to Sea-Tac and Southcenter in 10 minutes, and downtown Seattle in 20 minutes by car, or hop on the bus to go straight to a Seahawks or Mariners game. And you can’t beat the value compared to other areas in Seattle.”