ABOUT THE HOME
Discover quintessential Portland living in this delightful residence, where contemporary comfort meets timeless character. This thoughtfully updated home offers a range of modern features, including earthquake retrofitting, PEX, and copper plumbing, updated electrical, a newer furnace, central A/C, fresh exterior paint, and recessed lighting.
As you step into the dedicated arched entry, you'll be welcomed into the spacious living room featuring a large picture window, hardwood flooring, and a fireplace flanked by built-ins. Opposite the living room, the dining area with hardwood floors and cased openings provides a seamless flow for entertaining. The remodeled kitchen features slate flooring, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and pantry cabinet storage.
The upper level is a comfortable retreat, comprising the primary bedroom, a loft sitting area, a second bedroom, and a full bathroom with a tiled shower.
On the main level, two additional good-sized bedrooms share a nicely updated full bathroom with wainscoting and a shower/tub combo.
The lower level offers a versatile finished space with a family room and a bonus area - perfect for movie nights, a playroom, or hobbies. The lower level laundry room includes a sink and a toilet for added potential.
Outside, the fenced yard features a covered patio and raised garden beds, while a rain barrel collection system helps reduce runoff and offers the potential to lower your water bill.
The oversized 2-car detached garage with a workshop provides ample space for parking and room for hobbies.
This NE Portland neighborhood once marked the edge of Portland’s city limits in the early 1900s. The area is now mostly residential homes built between 1920 and 1950, with Sandy Boulevard cutting diagonally through its heart and serving as its primary commercial center lined with a variety of shops and restaurants.
Fairley’s Pharmacy, built in 1913, is still reminiscent of times past with a soda fountain counter. Popular local eateries include Fresh Love and Pizzeria Otto. Less than one mile away, just adjacent to Roseway, is the new The People’s Court, offering pickleball courts, bocce, ping pong, food, drinks, and more!
The neighborhood is also home to two parks: Wellington Park and the larger Glenhaven Park. Glenhaven includes picnic tables, a playground, a skate park, and sports fields. Rose City Golf Course is also within reach, providing public golfing immediately south of the neighborhood.
Bike Score of 91!
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