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Just Listed: Easy Living Ranch in Mt. Scott – Arleta

By Beth Bonita, October 9, 2020

4923 SE 61ST AVE , Portland, OR 97206

$420,000 (Sold)

  • 3 Bed
  • 2.0 Bath
  • 1104 sqft.

Portland, OR, 97206

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  • Built in 1979
  • 1104 sqft
  • $380.43/sqft
  • County: Multnomah

This small but mighty ranch style home is a great example of easy living. Wood flooring leads you through the functional floor plan with coveted 3 bedrooms and 2 updated bathrooms. New heat pump allows you to enjoy a cool retreat from hot summer days, and cozy warmth during the cool fall mornings, the fireplace welcomes gatherings on a snowy night. Enter the open kitchen, designed to accommodate plenty of storage while offering granite counters and stainless steel appliances. The dining room slider takes you to the fully fenced backyard, offering a covered patio for entertaining in rain or shine and enjoy some social distanced late night fun with the new pétanque court! The spacious 2 car garage plus attic offers plenty of storage for gear and space for future projects and is equipped with a 220-V electric car charger. In the heart of the Mt Scott-Arleta neighborhood with the walk/bike score of 76/75, this is a prime location to enjoy the shops and dining on Foster, grab your bike to head to Mt Scott Community Center, or take a walk to nearby Laurelwood park, all steps away from your front door!

3 bed | 2 bath | 1104 sq. ft.
MLS# 20389571 | Taxes: $4,278.62 | Lot Size: .10 Acre

 

Beth Bonita

Earth Advantage Principal Broker

Beth Bonita’s approach to real estate is relationship based while incorporating her deep understanding and excitement for the Inner Portland communities she serves. She is an experienced negotiator and will never apply a “one size fits all” approach to her work. She believes in each of her clients, and the home they own or are looking for, are unique and therefore deserve a customized approach that will result in her clients having a warm and fuzzy feeling about real estate. Beth is a deep listener and a diligent and an intuitive realtor, a combination that makes her truly talented at match making her clients wants and needs to the house they are excited to call home. Beth loves design and beautiful homes but she also has the “vision” needed to help make a home look its’ best. When Beth is approached with the opportunity to market a client’s home, she relies on her market knowledge and background in Communication Design to give her clients an edge on the competition. Beth knows that along with the visual presentation, precise marketing and maximum exposure is key to success. Beth is originally from Santa Barbara, California, where she spent many years immersed in rich architectural history and creative people, and as a REALTOR® she naturally gravitates towards properties with character, history, and charm. She attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn where she studied Communication Design and gained further exposure to various art forms, design, and art history in the melting pot that is New York City. She intentionally chose Portland as her forever home for it’s beautiful nature, vibrant city life, historic homes and neighborhoods, green lifestyle and the incredible food scene. Start searching for your new home today with my Home Search App!
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  • T: 503-320-6813
  • F: 503-961-8224
  • beth@livingroomre.com

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