Gig Harbor House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3 decks, Nearby park/beach and fishing pier, sport court
Spectacular views and rural/suburban living in close proximity to Gig Harbor/Tacoma for shopping, farmer's markets, marinas, parks, beaches, restaurants, entertainment, fishing, boating, golfing, kayaking, spas, and more. You will enjoy clean air all year around and some of the best drinking water from our Island Wells. The home has never had pets or smokers inside and we are sensitive to the allergic conditions of many of our guests. The home's basic configuration is the master bedroom and bath w/king size bed, one bedroom w/adjoining bath w/queen size bed, 3rd bedroom is presently used as an office, with one single bed and adjoining bath. There is a couch on the first floor that folds out into a double bed with adjoining bath. The dining area has a vintage table that extends with 3 leaves to accommodate 10 chairs. There are three decks off the front of the property, with BBQ and outside dining. The pickleball court and basketball hoop are in the rear, the side yard has a horseshoe pit and fire pit. Inside has a HD LED flat screen TV, Blu-Ray DVD Player, Directv package, and Wii Fit. The office has Wifi and a HP scanner/copier/printer.
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
About David Hahn
We are Linda & Dave, long time Washington residents with four grown children and five grandkids. We travel a majority of the year, mainly to Arizona and Alaska.
David Hahn purchased this house in 1994
Why David Hahn chose Gig Harbor
Linda was born in the area and we have family here. We enjoy the island's country style living that is 15 minutes from Gig Harbor, yet far enough away to easily forget the hustle and bustle.
What makes this house unique
Our kids loved island life and enjoyed the water so this was the perfect spot for them; its small, safe and friendly. We are within walking distance of a playground at Nichols Community Center.
Access to the island is by a bridge for convenience, yet ferries are close by that service other islands and Seattle.