Historic bungalow on a rare double lot in the heart of Portland.
The experience of a lifetime: Relaxing in the outdoor park-like setting of your own private Division Street residence.
Portland's most famous restaurants are just a few blocks away. In your backyard? An expansive garden, a wood-burning fire pit for roasting marshmallows and hot dogs, a lawn for games, a patio for eating outside.
Sip a local IPA. Play one of over thirty uncommon board games with your family. Organize a ping-pong tournament or a round of croquet.
Your vacation begins here.
The house has high quality sheets and towels and a selection of pillows to give you a perfect night’s sleep. It's also equipped with Wifi and a smart TV - so you can access your Netflix or Amazon accounts. The living spaces are also a gallery. The 98-year old Latvian-American artist, Aina Pamovskis, displays her work on nearly every wall. The paintings are mostly watercolors - bright, deco inspired hues - enough color to combat even a rainy day here in Portland.
3 cozy bedrooms are located all on the second floor, with large closets and dressers. A full bath is upstairs and a half bath down. The floor plan is very open and large picture windows over look the street and garden.
Division Street is quintessentially Southeast Portland. Old bungalows, parks, lots of uncommon little shops. This house is close to everything. Division Street is packed with restaurants; there's Indian street food, tacos, coffee, a French patisserie, a pie shop, and much more. Authentic Tuscan gelato and internationally-famous ice cream. But why stop there? There's also James Beard award winner Pok Pok, a pop-up milkshake stand on weekend nights in the summer, and even Cibo, an Italian restaurant serving cecinas - the chickpea flatbread that Roman soldiers would cook on their shields (Romans not included). You will not go hungry here! And when you are ready to get moving - we are close to numerous parks, OMSI, the Railway Heritage Museum, and Mt. Tabor.
The bus will take you downtown in just ten minutes. The Clinton Street Bike Corridor is just a few blocks away and it connects to the whole city. Niketown Bike Rental stands are everywhere in the neighborhood - the bright orange bikes can be rented for a few hours and then returned, all from your smartphone. Walking is easy; parking is plentiful, since the house has a large driveway and a lot of room on the street.
Other things to note:
Central heat in winter. Central air conditioning in summer.
Short Term Rental Permit #17-252267-HO