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JUST LISTED: OPEN AND AIRY FOSTER/WOODSTOCK RANCH

By Alyssa Isenstein Krueger, May 8, 2019

6635 SE STEELE ST, Portland, OR 97206

$425,000 (Active)

  • 3 Bed
  • 1.0 Bath
  • 1263 sqft.

Portland, OR, 97206

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  • Built in 1926
  • 1263 sqft
  • $336.50/sqft
  • County: Multnomah

6635 SE STEELE ST

PORTLAND, OR 97206


Originally built in the 1920’s as a small cottage, this house has been so thoughtfully reimagined into an open concept ranch with a mid-century feel. Natural light is so abundant you’ll hardly ever need to run lights in the daytime. Between the vaulted ceilings and gorgeous hardwood flooring, this well maintained home lives large with an updated kitchen that lays open to a bright great room. Three generously sized bedrooms, an updated bathroom with heated tile floors and a private and sweet back yard round out this turn-key home. Conveniently located halfway between SE Foster Blvd and Woodstock Blvd and blocks from Mt. Scott Park.

OFFERED AT $435,000

3 BEDROOM | 1 BATH | 1263 SQFT
MLS# 19157957 | TAXES: $3,684  

Alyssa Isenstein Krueger

Broker

I am living the dream. Working as a real estate broker in my home town brings this native Portland gal joy beyond measure. I took the round-about-road towards this career. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College in NY two decades ago with a degree in liberal arts/creative writing, I returned to my hometown of PDX and got a job in a legendary record store of days gone by, worked as a music and culture writer for Portland’s oldest weekly publication while pursuing a graduate degree in Urban and Regional Planning at Portland State University. Armed with my masters degree, I moved into the realm of affordable housing, community development, and urban planning, and then rounded the corner with a long stay in arts management then back around the bend when I got my real estate license and went to work for a non-profit housing builder at the cusp of the market crash in 2007. In the time between that market crash and the ensuing madness, I’ve stayed on top of the market like a dog guarding a bone. Using a magical combination of experience, instinct, and market data, I know what homes are worth, I know how to write a terrific offer, and I know how to help a seller market a home and receive and accept a great offer. Mutual trust and tender relationship building is the basis and foundation of my real estate practice. I use my skills as an active listener, creative solution finder and ace negotiator to get my clients the best price on a home, win the multiple offer roulette, and have as smooth and easy transaction as possible. Timely and responsive communication is the most important aspect of building trust and I don’t take that part lightly.  I am a stickler for details and nothing pleases me more than guiding a client through the home buying or selling process (and sometimes both at the same time). My role is one of advocate, advisor, partner, transaction organizer, and counselor. I am a partner broker with Portland Housing Center and relish the opportunity to work with eager first time home buyers. I have a knack for seeing the potential in almost any home and love to help clients see past what is and help them envision what can be. I have a decade of first-hand experience renovating and caressing my bungalow in Ladd’s Addition and had the honor of having my own home featured in a story in the Oregonian’s Homes and Gardens section. I can feel the love for any and almost all homes, but my heart goes all aflutter when entering a museum quality time capsule house -- the solid mid-century ones with the original pink or green tiled bathrooms, those charming early 1900’s farmhouses with the original kitchen cabinets and fir countertops, the cozy bungalows with the built-ins still intact. When I’m not working with clients, you’ll find me hanging with my two boys, Kalman and Saul, and my husband Robert, a Fine Art Conservator with his own business, Cascadia Art Conservation Center.  Retired racing greyhounds have been my constant companions since 1997, and our family includes Peanut the greyhound, Pinto the South Korean Italian greyhound, and our chickens, Rosie, Lola, Squishy, Duck and Prince. I am an obsessive gardener/plant fiend and love that we live in a climate where I can grow eucalyptus trees (I have 5 in my yard including a couple I started from seed) alongside blueberry bushes (6 in my yard). Given some free time, you’ll find me junking at an estate sale, dreaming of high brow junk, low brow art, making things, sewing, reading and dreaming of tropical locales.
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  • T: 503-724-6933
  • PDXHappyHouse@gmail.com

Alyssa Isenstein Krueger

Broker


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