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Don’t Sleep on this Condo! Mid-Century Condo in the Heart of NE Portland

By Sally Tansill, September 29, 2022

In this changing market of rising mortgage rates, rents, inflation, and uncertain inventory numbers it is the perfect time to be looking at condos, specifically, 611 NE Church Street, Unit 6 in NE Portland. This condo is located in Walnut Park and is part of an 8-unit complex just off MLK Blvd. The space has great bones, a new roof, a well-run HoA, and dedicated parking and storage. If you have a buyer client who feels skittish about entering the single-family home market this is a perfect match. The unit has two large bedrooms, one bathroom, a generous living area, a large dining room and a cook-friendly kitchen. The hardwood floors shine and the many windows reflect the care and construction of the structure.

From the kitchen, there is a dedicated stairway to the shared basement space for bike storage which leads to a dedicated storage room. The kitchen also has a door that leads directly to the parking space for the unit which is behind a security gate to the street. The shared spaces are maintained by the unit owners with care. Don’t sleep on this condo, it is a diamond in the rough and could be a great fit for many buyers out there navigating this uncertain market. Reach out to me for more details.

Sally Tansill

Broker | OR


Sally moved to Portland with her family in 2012 from Brooklyn, NY, seeking an improved quality of life and a change of pace from her busy career in the sports industry. Moving with very little personal connection to the city was difficult and at times overwhelming, but she knew it would suit her lifestyle and be a place that reinforced the values she wanted for her children, and she was right! A mother of three (four, including her dog Eli), she has navigated new neighborhoods, schools, and other city resources and looks forward to sharing that knowledge with people looking to create or renew their own sense of place. The idea of "home" means something different to everyone and Sally's goal for her clients is to find the place where that word resonates for them. Every stage of life provides an element of transition and that often comes with a desire to change your surroundings. For some, it could be a question of space while for others it is changing scenery between the city and the country. Sally has lived in apartments, condominiums, teepees (long story), studios, rented houses, and now owns a home as well as a few rental properties with her husband in Portland. Sally is an avid skier and music fan and loves that this city provides the opportunity to pursue all of those interests in such an accessible way. Her sports loyalties still lie on the east coast, but she has caught the Portland Timbers bug and loves going to games with her family: the camaraderie is contagious! Ever the optimist, she believes that positive relationships and people are the key to personal and professional success, especially when it comes to real estate! She loves sharing her experience and wants to guide her clients to the place they call home.
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