Lake Tapps is a reservoir in Pierce County, Washington. It was created in 1911 by Puget Sound Energy and operated for hydroelectric power until it ceased power production in 2004.
Public data indicates the income of people who live in Lake Tapps is higher than average.
In Lake Tapps, home prices noticeably dropped 10.1 percent last year to reach $576,970 from a previous $642,013. In the meantime, the share of homes on the market slightly increased, with a 11.1 percent rise in inventory year-over-year. Recently, this city offers homebuyers 40 listings on the market. The majority of the houses in this area have professional outdoor landscaping to help ensure that their exteriors are as attractive and interesting as their interiors. Quite a few residential properties in this location feature deep soaking bathtubs so you can go ahead and light some candles, grab that book you've been meaning to read, and just relax. Quite a few properties around here offer real fireplaces, which allow you to warm up cold nights with a relaxing log fire.