A look inside: $4.5-million 'iconic' Portland home (PHOTOS)
No need to look any further, your dream home has been found!
You have the best of both worlds with this classic house because it’s just a few minutes from downtown Portland and schools, as well as near nature with Lake Oswego and Tyron Creek State Park close by.
This beautiful home is more than 100 years old and will charm you as soon as you enter the private property through its gated entry.
Moving inside, you’ll have plenty of entertaining room for all of your holiday parties with these bright living spaces.
Whether you’re hosting a party, or cooking a meal for the family, you’ll feel like a chef in this kitchen — completed with a built-in refrigerator, gas appliances, double oven, Butler’s pantry, and island.
Which do you prefer — dining with a view or an intimate setting? Because you can choose from both!
After all of the fun, you’ll need a cozy spot to rest — which you won’t have any trouble doing in these exquisite bedrooms, including your guests’ place to stay with the separate suite.
Address: 1405 SW Corbett Hill, Portland.
Listing Price: $4,495,000
Listing agent: Kathy Hall of Hasson Company Realtors
Elevator Pitch: Whether you love to entertain, or prefer a cozy day at home, this classic house offers the best of both worlds with large multiple living spaces, bright kitchen, and guest suite.
Highlight: You will never run out of room with four living spaces, two dining rooms and yard.
Potential turn off: While this home is ideal for those who love to entertain with its large living spaces, it might get a little lonely if it’s not filled with people.
- 4 bedrooms
- 4 full, 2 partial bathrooms
- Approx. 9,829 sq. ft.
- This charming home is a classic choice for any family who loves to entertain with its large living and kitchen spaces, guest suite, and yard, all while being close to nature, schools, and downtown Portland.
- Built in 1916
Sitting on 1.5 acres, the home has enough grounds for your friends and family to get outside for fresh air and sports — bocce anyone?