Luxury homes are a commodity that only a few can afford but it’s hard to deny — they’re very fun to look at.
This month’s roundups of Portland’s most expensive listings by roomvu are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Think gorgeous architectural designs, stunning open-air lighting, and magnificent decor.
So, here’s a look at some of the city’s most beautiful homes (whether you can or can’t afford them):
- Living Space: Approximately 12,2890 sq.ft
- Unique Features: A certified organic vineyard, orchards, gardens, and two ponds, as well as a barn with winery or cidery capabilities
- Other features: Five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a greenhouse, warehouse, children’s cottage, and a carriage house with a modern, loft-style apartment.
- Living Space: Approximately 8, 162 sq.ft
- Unique Features: Tropical-inspired gardens, a perimeter-surrounding forest, and a private pool veranda with spectacular views of the valley
- Other features: 2018 remodel of a Walter Gordon residence with four bedrooms and seven bathrooms
- Living Space: Approximately 5,114 sq.ft
- Unique Features: A Roscoe Hemmenway Colonial with an apple orchard, fruit trees, pond, barn, tennis court, pool, and pool house
- Other Features: Six bedrooms and five bathrooms surrounded by 26 acres of space, as well as a caretaker’s cottage
- Living Space: Approximately 11,807 sq.ft
- Unique Features: Mountain views from every room, an indoor pool, two-storey living and dining space, and a 10-acre lot with a manicured landscape and natural forest
- Other Features: Four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, three-levels, a sound-proof music room, state-of-the-art technology, and an elevator
1. 836 Sw Curry St # 2000: $9,300,000
- Living Space: Approximately 7,766 sq.ft
- Unique Features: Designed by renowned international architect Jim Olsen with a 360-degree view of the city, river, Mt. Hood, and St. Helens
- Other Features: Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, with large gallery spaces for art