Set on 21.3 acres in the Roy countryside, this 2,852 sq. ft. custom-built rambler offers peace and privacy. Incredible views of Mt. Rainier set the scene, and a sprawling forest and prairie surrounded by nature and wildlife envelope this secluded oasis.
Built in 2007, this ranch is located in Highland Meadows, a gated community of the McKenna Forest Reserve. This modern home features an open design—the kitchen, living room and dining area all blend seamlessly together for a spacious, comfortable atmosphere. The kitchen includes a breakfast bar, gas cooktop stove, and stainless steel appliances. A charming stone fireplace connects the deck and living room and allows for both indoor and outdoor enjoyment, perfect for summer nights on the deck or winter nights spent cozied up inside.
A picture of country living, the master bedroom features a covered walk out deck. A fully finished daylight basement is complete with a second living space that includes a kitchen, living room, bedroom and laundry accommodations.
A Closer Look at Roy
Roy’s landscape is one of natural beauty: from densely forested areas to open prairies and farmland, its scenic views are aplenty. Located about a 35-minute drive south of Tacoma, Roy is a rural town that is close to Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s east gate, Northwest Trek, and neighboring cities of Eatonville, Yelm, Graham and Puyallup. The small city is home to fewer than 800 residents. Roy’s largest event and attraction is their biannual rodeo; the Roy Pioneer Rodeo attracts folks from all over the state.