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Just Listed: Colonial Heights Treasure

By Ross Seligman, May 25, 2018

COLONIAL HEIGHTS TREASURE  
NOW $650,000

Colonial Heights Treasure on beautiful corner lot. Incredible location–quiet street just one block from Hawthorne! This stately classic features original millwork, built-ins & wood floors. The home opens to a grand staircase with formal dining room to the right. To the left, a spacious living room with wood burning fireplace leads to an inviting sunroom. Kitchen with pantry and eating area. 3 large bedrooms, a 4th smaller office room, and 1.1 baths. Master bedroom boasts 2 closets & balcony overlooking the side yard. Full basement. Detached garage with tons of potential & storage, possible ADU (Buyer to check with city). Low maintenance beauty in yard: lilac tree, azaleas, roses, pear, lavender & rhododendron. 90% efficient HVAC, copper plumbing.3 beds | 1.1 baths | 3,074 sqft
MLS# 18029941| Taxes: $7,140.26 | Year Built: 1927


Ross Seligman

Principal Broker | OR

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Ross Seligman moved to Portland in 1999 after accidentally discovering this oasis of a city in a nationwide desert of strip malls and sprawl. Ross likes to call Portland the "land of opportunity." Why, you ask? Where else can you be a successful real estate broker while simultaneously leading a double life as a musician? That would definitely be a bizarre combination in New Jersey but, in Portland, quite ordinary. In Portland, one expects that their straight-laced accountant is secretly oil painting between Yoga classes. From the moment he arrived in Portland, Ross quickly fell in love with the vibrant energy of the people, gorgeous homes and neighborhoods, and exploding arts scene. Deciding to embrace it all, Ross became an active real estate broker and quickly immersed himself in the city culture. Working with premier Portland boutique company Living Room Realty, Ross is well known for his accessibility, integrity, professionalism, knowledge of the market, and passion for Portland. When he is not busy representing clients or studying market trends, you can find Ross playing music around the city, hiking and camping in the unparalleled beauty of the Pacific NW, and spending as much time with friends and family as possible. Ross Seligman also appeared on Broadway at the Lyceum Theater in NYC as Janis Joplin's guitarist in "A Night With Janis Joplin".
Ross and his "Own It Portland" team are known for their passion for people and real estate. They are enjoying Portland's growth and expansion all while embracing the quirks that make this city so special. Ross and his team can help sell your house for the highest possible price, release you from the unpredictable rental market and secure your dream home as a buyer. They will answer any questions about the Portland real estate market and process, all while making you feel part of a strong team. With hundreds of home sales closed representing buyers and sellers all throughout the Portland Metro Area, Ross and The Own It Portland team have a proven track record of outstanding, top level service and results. Whether it is receiving keys in your hand or top dollar for your home sale, Ross and and his team are the go-to real estate pros for Portland and would love to help you achieve your goals, surpassing expectations every step of the way.
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