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Charming Concordia Bungalow

By Kim Parmon, March 10, 2022

6645 NE 26TH AVE , Portland, OR 97211

$499,900 (Sold)

  • 2 Bed
  • 1.0 Bath
  • 1362 sqft.

Portland, OR, 97211

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  • Built in 1938
  • 1362 sqft
  • $367.03/sqft
  • County: Multnomah

Charming Concordia Bungalow

6645 NE 26TH Ave | Portland, OR 97211

Offered at $499,900 | ML #22327696

2 Bedrooms | 1 Bath | 894 SF

Detached Studio ~468 SF | 1 car garage

Charming Concordia bungalow with detached studio! Enter into a sunny living room with fir floors & gas stove. Kitchen features granite, subway tile, stainless appliances, & cozy dining nook. Modern upgrades: brand new roof, tankless H2O heater, electrical panel (2004), sewer line (2017). Private yard w/deck and established plantings. Two story detached studio w/heat offers private office, classroom, gym, or art studio. Neighborhood amenities: New Seasons, Kennedy School,  parks, Dekum shops & cafes. HES4.

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Kim Parmon

Principal Broker | OR


Oregon is the fifth state that Kim has called home in her life and this one is sticking!

She loves waking up every day in this beautiful place and looking out at the treetop view of her 1977 wood paneled contemporary with its 360-degree fireplace. As a kid, Kim spent her free time wandering through open houses and exploring construction sites for the fun of it so it's no surprise that quirky architecture and unique spaces are a draw for her. Formerly in the entertainment industry, Kim stumbled into real estate as a profession through the purchase of her first bungalow in Pasadena, CA. After renovating it with her husband and selling it for enough of a profit to pay off their debt as well as buy a new house to live in, a new passion was born. This passion eventually led her to put down roots in Portland in 2015 and grow her referrals-based business in her new hometown. Kim excels at seeing the potential in a space and gets excited about maximizing both the functionality and beauty of a home. Kim understands that real estate is a service and the experience she gives her clients is first rate. She works hard to anticipate needs. She is responsive, thorough, and empathic. Her successful approach to negotiation is based on psychology and being adaptive to each situation she is in. Her ethics and reputation are cornerstones of her business and the happiness of her clients is the yardstick that she measures success against. In her free time, you'll find Kim enjoying lazy evenings by the fire with her husband, daughter, and grumpy old rescue dogs. She loves yoga, dancing, exploring all of the beautiful places around us in the PNW, enjoying a cider and a good meal with friends, and browsing Powell's for a great new book.
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