University Place Real Estate

University Place received its name in the 1800s when the University of Puget Sound, a private liberal-arts college in North Tacoma, purchased land along the primary north-south route of Grandview Drive. The school sought to build a new campus there, but ended up selling the land back to the city for about $11,000. University Place remained an unincorporated part of Pierce County until the City of University Place was formed on August 31, 1995.

Today, University Place is largely suburban in character and functions as a mixed business and residential area with waterfront on the Puget Sound. The town is home to Curtis Senior High School and the Charles Wright Academy.


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New Listings

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$935,000
University Place, WA
5
beds
0
baths
Listing courtesy of Morrison House Sotheby's Intl NWMLS
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$649,950
University Place, WA
4
beds
3.5
baths
Listing courtesy of Better Properties UP/Fircrest NWMLS
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$510,000
University Place, WA
4
beds
2.75
baths
Listing courtesy of Windermere Professional Prtnrs NWMLS
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$324,950
Tacoma, WA
3
beds
1.75
baths
Listing courtesy of John L. Scott, Inc. NWMLS
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$719,000
University Place, WA
5
beds
3.5
baths
Listing courtesy of Windermere Professional Prtnrs NWMLS
Properties with the NWMLS icon are courtesy of Northwest MLS.
Square Footage is based on information available to agent, including county records. Information has not been verified by agent and should be verified by buyer.

Today's Market Trends for University Place Real Estate *

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* All data pertains to single-family homes