Exceptional modern residence in the NW Heights designed by the renowned Waechter Architecture firm! Nestled in a tranquil cul-de-sac with a backdrop of green space in Unincorporated Washington County, this home boasts high-end touches such as trimless doors and recessed baseboards. The gourmet kitchen is a highlight with its expansive island, Sub-Zero built-in fridge, Bluestar gas range, and Miele built-in oven. The great room seamlessly connects to a private balcony, offering picturesque views. The primary suite is truly remarkable, featuring a private loggia with glass railings—perfect for savoring morning coffee or enjoying breathtaking sunsets. Upstairs, three additional bedrooms and an office provide ample space, while the lower level offers a bonus room and versatile workshop/storage/flex space. With convenient access to HWY 26, Silicon Forest, and top-notch schools, this home is a masterpiece of modern living.
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Built-in Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, and Dishwasher
Free-Standing Gas Range
Stainless Steel Appliances
Impeccable modern design by acclaimed architect Ben Waechter of Waechter Architecture.
Permeable pavers create a porous drainable driveway with no water runoff.
50-amp car charger.
Oversized two-car garage.
Zoned sprinkler system with Rainbird control module.
Pre-stained Cedar siding installed on a 3/8" rain screen which allows a cooling and drying channel behind the siding, reducing heat absorption in the summer, and providing an additional water barrier and air dryer in the winter.
Heat-welded, single 60 mil TPO roofing; reliable 30 year roofing system backed by a 10-year manufacturer warranty.
Full-spread, glue-adhesive engineered hardwoods will prevent future squeaking and prolong flooring in case of water damage.
3-zoned multi-staged air conditioning and furnace. Allows custom temperature and comfort control on each floor.
Top-of-the-line, built-in Sub-zero refrigerator, built-in dishwasher, Miele oven and microwave speed oven, custom powder coated Blue Star range with marble backsplash.
Living room green roof, with 6-inch growing medium.
20-amp power in bonus room is ready to wire workout equipment, a wine room chiller, or shop area.
Combination of closed-cell spray foam, 8 to 12-inches of exterior, rigid foam, and blown-in insulation; creates a comfortable space that exceeds code requirements.
Home backs up to natural habitat area rendering future development impossible and leaving the impeccable territorial view untouched.
Exterior gas barbecue stubs on both upper deck and lower covered porch.
Hot and cold water spicket in garage for comfortable dog and car washing.
Portland, Oregon is the county seat of Multnomah County, the largest city in the state of Washington and the 26th largest city in the United States. It has over 150 neighborhoods and a commission based city government. It is the principal city in the Portland Metropolitan Statistical Area and the original center of commerce for the state. It is a white-collar community and over 85% of the workforce hold white-collar positions. It is a wealthy community compared to both state and federal economic statistics. Over 45% of adults in the city have four-year degrees or higher, which is than the national education average. It is a highly diverse city in terms of race and ethnicity. English the primary language in the city, many residents also speak Spanish and Vietnamese.
Before the arrival of pioneers, the land was inhabited by indigenous Chinook people of the Multnomah and Clackamas tribes. By the 1830s, the area was well known to traders and trappers. Real settlement of the area began in about 1843 and the budding community was named after Portland, Main and it was incorporated in February of 1851. In 1887 the first bridge was erected over the Willamette River and in 1891 the city expanded by merging with Albina and East Portland. In 1905, the city hosted a world’s fair and soon after experienced fast growth and merged with Linnton and St. Johns. As the fastest growing and the largest community in the state Portland solidified its place as a commercial hub or the state and the region. The mid-1900s brought an influx of artists and development of the galleries which helped the city become a hub of art and culture as well.
The city spans 145 square miles, 133 miles of land area and 12 miles of water. In 2010, the population was 584,776, the population density was 4,375.1 people per square mile and the per capita income was $32,938. By 2015, the population was estimated at 632,309, the estimated median household income was $60,892 and the estimated per capita income was $34,345. Further, in 2015, the estimated median house or condo value in the city was $348,300, the mean price on all housing units was $392,471 and the median gross rent was $1,047. It is a thriving mecca of business and is home to headquarters of Nike, Adidas, Precision Castparts, Daimler Trucks North America, Laika animation studio and so much more.
Education in Portland is provided by six public schools districts, as well as countless schools public and private. As a big city, commuting and public transportation are a way of life. Public transportation can be found in the form of buses, light-rail trains, streetcars and more. The city has about 17,000 acres of parks, trails, green spaces and natural areas, as well as countless museums, galleries and more. It is home to the smallest park in the world, Mill Ends Park, as well as the largest urban wilderness, Forest Park. It is a city full of history, culture, commerce and life. Homes for sale come in a variety of sizes and styles. Other housing options include rental and lease properties such as apartments, condominiums, townhomes and more. To find the home of your dreams in Portland, call local real estate agent and expert Becky Vredenburg today at 360-921-0417.