Duplexes in Portland – Duplex for sale Portland Oregon
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There are many affordable Portland Duplex homes and Triplex homes for sale. These multi family units are perfect to help subsidize your mortgage payments.
A duplex house is defined as a dwelling having apartments with separate entrances for two families. This includes two-story houses having a complete apartment on each floor and also side-by-side apartments on a single lot that share a common wall.
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Buckman neighborhood real estate – Buckman Real Estate home search
Buckman neighborhood real estate is in high demand. I have noticed that when a home comes on the market, and if it is in decent shape and priced right, the home gets snatched up pretty quickly.
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Victorian style homes in Portland Oregon
The Victorian homes show the architectural details by providing a comprehensive understanding of its design. Gothic Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Stick Style, Eastlake Victorian, Folk Victorian and Queen Anne are all architectural styles in the Victorian vein. These homes can be traced back to an era when there were no cars and as such the concept of having a garage was not known to people.
A common feature of every Victorian home will be the existence of chimneys, since almost every room has a fireplace, which would be useful to keep home and people who live in it warm from the severe cold.
Victorian house generally means any house built during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837—1901).
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First Addition Real Estate in Lake Oswego
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As one of the oldest neighborhoods in Lake Oswego, First Addition is a friendly tight-knit community. The houses in First Addition range from Traditional Craftsman to Contemporary Custom built to English Cottage and Tudor style homes. You can expect to find young families to retirees, organic gardeners to computer programmers.
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Reed homes for sale – Reed Real Estate MLS Listings in Portland
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The Pittock Mansion in the Hillside nieighborhood
Post #41 of 101 Cool Portland Places – The Pittock Mansion.
The 22 room mansion was originally built for The Oregonian publisher Henry Pittock and his wife, Georgiana. The home can be found in the National Register of Historic Places and offers visitors a uniquely personal look into the past.
Built early in the 20th century, the City of Portland purchased the mansion in 1964 for $225,000 , $75,000 of which was raised by the community. The mansion opened to the public in 1965 after months of repair, around 80,000 people visit yearly making it a local landmark. The mansion has both in movies, The Haunting of Sarah Hardy and Body of Evidence, as well as television as the finish line for the 13th season of the Amazing Race. The Mansion also offers an extensive collection of historical artifacts. The Pittock Mansion Society has spent years collecting time-period furnishings and artwork some of which can be seem up close through various rotating shows. These include pieces and collections owned originally by the Pittock Family and other works including Tiffany glass pieces and other pieces of vintage art. For those more interested in natural beauty, the Mansion’s location makes it one of the best birdwatching spots in Portland.
The Pittock Mansion, in Pittock Acres Park in West Portland, is in theWestover Neighborhood and part in the Hillside neighborhood.
The Pittcok Mansion 11am to 4pm daily and guided tours vary according to the season and attendance levels. Tickets are $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $4 for those under 18 and free for members and children under 6. The Pittcock Mansion is located at 3229 NW Pittock Drive, in Pittock Acres Park just outside of downtown Portland. For more information check out pittockmansion.org. Can’t get enough Portland historical sites? Check out The Oregon Historical Society Museum at 1200 SW Park Avenue or the Oregon Maritime Museum at 113 Southwest Ash Street.
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The Oregon Historical Society – features more than 50 separate displays tell the story of Oregon
Post # 42 of 101 Cool Portland Places. The Oregon Historical Society Museum.
The Oregon Historical Society Museum in Downtown Portland, boasts over 85,000 items some of which date back to the earliest settlements in Oregon. The museum chronicles the exploration of Oregon Country, the growth of business and industry, the development of local artwork, and maritime history.
The Oregon Historical Society was formed in 1898, shortly afterward it opened its first museum in Portland City Hall and began collecting literature and historical artifacts. The museum moved to the Keller Auditorium in 1917 before settling in its current location in 1966. The museum features several permanent exhibits in addition to traveling exhibits and those available online. Popular exhibits include Oregon My Oregon which occupies an entire floor of the building. It features more than 50 separate displays tell the story of Oregon through artifacts, interactive displays and several re-created environments. Additional exhibits include rare Western native basketry, the iconic landmark photographs of Carleton Watkins, and the first automobile built in Oregon by the Benson brothers. The society also houses one of the country’s most extensive collections of state history materials. Featuring over 30,000 books and 8.5 million feet of historic film the library covers everything from pre-statehood to present day.
The Oregon Historical Society Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pm and from 12pm to 5pm Sundays. Tickets are $11 for adults, $9 for students and seniors, $5 for those under 18 and free for children under 5 and Oregon Historical Society Members. Tours are included with the price of admission and last around an hour. The Oregon Historical Society Museum is located at 1200 SW Park Avenue in the heart of Downtown Portland. Check out their website at www.ohs.org for more information. Looking for something else that is uniquely Portland? Check out Powell’s Books at 1005 W. Burnside or Washington Park just minutes from downtown.
Mount Scott homes for sale and Mt. Scott/Arleta Real Estate in Portland
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Willamette Heights and Westover homes for sale in NW Portland.
Up in the beautiful Northwest Hills of Portland Oregon you are going to find a few neighborhoods that are just completely gorgeous. Plush tree-lined streets and stunning homes with curb appeal galore, and once you walk inside of these homos you are blown away by the details, remodeling and creative floor-plans. Willamette Heights and Westover just might be those neighborhoods. Views from many of these homes are breathtaking, overlooking rivers, forest, mountains and city-scape. Nob Hill Real Estate is just to the east of these 2 neighborhoods which is also very attractive in it’s own right. To give you an idea of some of these spectacular homes for sale in Westover and Willamette Heights, I’ve created a list of luxury homes for sale in Willamette Heights and Westover.
**This list will only include homes starting at a half a million dollars and higher. Some of these Portland listings will also include Condo’s.
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