🏡 Just listed in Centennial! 🏡 This tri-level home is a dream come true for multi-generational living, work-from-home, or hobbies. The open floor plan includes a light-filled living room with a brick fireplace, hardwood floors, and a dining room with a built-in hutch. The kitchen boasts butcher block counters and tile finishes. The enclosed sun porch is perfect for family gatherings, with a wet bar, fireplace, and French doors leading to the backyard. Three upper-level bedrooms, a lower-level bonus room, 2nd full bathroom, and a den complete the interior. Gated RV parking and a large tool shed are a bonus! 📞 Contact Erin Vining at 503.806.2238 for more information or to schedule a tour of this amazing property!
3 🛏️ | 2 🛁 | | 1 🚘 | 1,459+ Sqft. | 0.21 Acre Lot | $365,000 | ML# 23693091
Centennial is a vibrant East Portland neighborhood with a mix of residential and commercial areas close to Powell Butte Nature Park, offering miles of trails and scenic views. There are two city parks, sports courts, fields, and playgrounds.
The community is active with two Neighborhood Prosperity Initiatives, an annual National Night Out Celebration, and a Neighborhood Association. The newly developed Verdell Burdine Rutherford Park is blocks away, with a playground, picnic shelter, paved pathways, a Portland Loo, public art, and a renovated grass soccer field.
You don’t want to miss this great home!
Stay up to date on the latest real estate trends.
Let’s connect to determine if selling your house now is the right move for you
Owning a home still claims the #1 spot for many Americans today
Most economists no longer expect a recession to occur in the next 12 months.
The data shows there isn’t cause for concern – there are actually more signs of hope
Institutional investors are actually the smallest percentage of owners of Single-Family Rentals
Homeownership isn’t just a financial decision
More sustainable price growth than we’ve seen in recent years.
Data shows there are still significantly fewer homes for sale than there would be in a more normal market.
Here are four reasons you shouldn’t wait to sell your house.
You’ve got questions and we can’t wait to answer them.