This very large three bedroom, two bath home near the University of Portland is perfect for family gatherings or just as a comfortable home base while in Portland. The house features a formal dining room, living room, office that is laptop friendly, huge family room with cable TV, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, wrap around porch, BBQ, and a large yard with fruit trees and grape arbor. It is an old house with lots of charm and mix-matched style.
The home sleeps six. Bedroom #1 has a queen sized bed and 2 walk-in closets. Bedroom #2 also has a queen bed with a large walk-in closet. Bedroom three has a bunk bed (two twins) and a twin fold-out futon. The fold out futon is only comfortable for smaller children. The upstairs bathroom, shared by the three bedrooms, is very large and has a bathtub/shower combination. The downstairs bath is off of the family room and has a walk-in shower. There are games, toys, and books for small children. We also have a pack-n-play crib for infants if needed. This home does not have air conditioning.
Guests have 24 hour access to the property via a key lock box.
The house is located in a beautiful residential neighborhood. There is plenty of street parking in front of the house. Columbia Park is two blocks away and has a playground, splash pad, swimming pool, and walking trails. The University of Portland campus is .6 miles away (about 10 blocks) and is a lovely walk along Willamette Blvd. which has a view of downtown Portland. The nearest grocery store is New Seasons and is one mile away at 6300 N Lombard Ave. Another large grocery store, Fred Meyer, is 1.3 miles from the house at 6850 N Lombard Ave.
Traveling north on N. Lombard St. just 2 miles will bring you to the quaint neighborhood of St. Johns with a variety of restaurants, cafes, pubs, and parks.
There are bee hives in a corner of the yard. Although, for the most part they keep to themselves, if you are severely allergic to bee stings we strongly recommend that you take appropriate measures, such as bringing an EpiPen with you. Please do not disturb the hives. They are being cared for by a qualified neighbor.