Darling 1929 cottage steps from Bigelow Park! Savor your morning beverage on the porch amid the fruit trees on a sweet block of older homes. Quiet yet convenient to Downt...
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Olympia can find itself in its own economic bubble as it is fueled to a great extent by state government. These benefits allow for a stable work force and house prices that should remain stable during most crises. Its people are usually well educated, community involved and very green thinking. This shows as you walk the downtown or enjoy one of 40 public parks. Living in Olympia puts you far from the congestion of the Seattle suburbs but only an hours drive (during off hours) if you still need to get up there. The location also puts you only an hour from the Pacific Ocean Beaches! Similar time puts you at the south end of the Olympic Mountains or close to Mt. Rainier National Park.