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Just Listed! Enchanted in North Tabor

By Sophie Ragsdale, March 17, 2022

235 NE 63RD AVE , Portland, OR 97213

$589,000 (Sold)

  • 3 Bed
  • 1.0 Bath
  • 1991 sqft.

Portland, OR, 97213

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  • Built in 1915
  • 1991 sqft
  • $295.83/sqft
  • County: Multnomah

235 NE 63rd Avenue

Portland, Oregon, 97213


This enchanting 1915 craftsman bungalow has all the original detail and impeccable updates you dream about. Perched high up in North Tabor with rare territorial views, the home greets you with its sweeping, covered front porch, newly painted in historic craftsman colors. Enter through the front door and peer into the living room, you will immediately notice the stunning woodwork and leaded glass built-in cabinetry. This 3-bed / 1-bath home is exceptionally bright with high ceilings and sunlight flooding in through the many large windows. Don’t forget the 700 square feet of unfinished attic space, so much potential for a magnificent primary suite and second bathroom. Easy value-add! This home’s open concept layout is ideal for living and entertaining, both indoors and outdoors. Mature landscape includes apple, fig, and lilac trees, honeysuckle, and clematis. The possibilities are endless and the style is beautiful and relaxed. Upgrades include:

o New metal roof (full tear off; install plywood) and new gutters (2020)

o New gas furnace and AC (2018)

o New exterior paint (2020)

o Chimney repointed and crown rebuilt (2022)

o Below-ground oil tank decommissioned (2012)

o Above-ground oil tank decommissioned (2018)

o Floors refinished throughout (2012)

o Rebuilt front porch (2022)

o New light fixtures

o Upgraded electrical throughout

o Vinyl double-paned windows


OFFERED AT $589,000

3 BEDROOM | 1 BATH | 1,991 SQFT

MLS# 22070260 | TAXES: $4,202.51

Sophie Ragsdale

Broker | Earth Advantage | ADU Specialist | OR

She/Her

Sophie delivers thoughtful strategy and a deep knowledge of the Portland Metropolitan market. If you are a first-time homebuyer, Sophie will be there every step of the way, educating you on the home buying process and, most importantly, crafting you a winning offer. If home buying and selling is old hat, she is an excellent collaborator, intrepid seeker of creative solutions, replete with information and resources, and constant calm in a given storm. Sophie uses both intuition and intelligence to skillfully negotiate any transaction to an effective end. She gets her clients what they need. Born and raised in Portland, Sophie is a 5th generation Oregonian with a lifelong passion for real estate. She loves the unique challenge of every transaction and the relationships she makes along the way. After graduating from Vassar College in NY State, she found herself enjoying the hustle of life in Brooklyn where she lived and worked for over a decade. In addition to real estate, Sophie has worked in journalism and as a social worker, specializing in assisting older adults in housing crisis. Sophie’s experience in person-centered services prepared her to provide clients with a grounded space during the potentially wild ride of home buying and selling. She supports her clients in seeing the big picture while staying focused on the task at hand. Her ability to think creatively gives her an advantage, whether it be problem-solving during the negotiation process or marketing a property for sale. But she's no pushover. Her two years in Brooklyn and Manhattan real estate at the Corcoran Group were especially formative in honing her transaction skills. Sophie is the perfect balance of East Coast determination and West Coast chill, with a huge appreciation for the significance of Home. The time will come when, with elation you will greet yourself arriving at your own door, in your own mirror and each will smile at the other's welcome - Derek Walcott
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  • T: 503-369-9139
  • sophie@livingroomre.com

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