3795 Sw Chehalem Ave Portland , OR 97239


4 Beds
3 full, 1 half Baths
4,115 Sqft
16,552 Sqft lot
0.38 Acre lot
Status: Pending
Property Type: Singlefamilyresidence
Year Built: 1910
Neighborhood: Council Crest
Days on Website: 36
This classic 1910 home, designed by Emil Schacht, sits on a quiet .38-acre corner lot in the heart of Council Crest, one of Portland's most coveted neighborhoods. With its gracious proportions and thoughtful details, this home offers a perfect blend of historic character and upgraded modern convenience. Upon entering you're greeted by spacious main floor rooms adorned with box beam ceilings, inlaid hardwood floors, and custom built-ins, perfect for both daily living and entertaining. The entertainer's kitchen is a focal point featuring a cozy window seat, an alcove dining area, and access to a private patio, perfect for enjoying morning coffee or hosting outdoor gatherings. The second story of the home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a bonus room that could serve as an office or a nursery. A sprawling 31-foot unfinished bonus room offers possibilities for creating additional living space or recreational spaces. A newly remodeled basement provides a bedroom, full bath and extra rooms that can be used for guests, family room or a home gym. Other upgrades include high-end appliances and utilities, including a new high-efficiency heater and hot water heating system. Outside you'll find beautifully landscaped grounds offering a peaceful oasis. The picturesque neighborhood with its two parks located just blocks away and proximity to top-rated schools further enhances the appeal of this exceptional home. Whether you're seeking a beautiful and bright family residence or a peaceful retreat, this classic Portland Heights home offers the perfect canvas for realizing your vision of gracious living. [Home Energy Score = 1. HES Report at https://rpt.greenbuildingregistry.com/hes/OR10060326]

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