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Just Listed! SW Tranquil Forest Vibes

By Ella Gray, September 25, 2020

TRANQUIL FOREST VIBES in QUAIL PARK  $474,900

9710 SW Quail Post Rd Portland, OR 97219
Welcome to Quail Park, a chance to live in secluded tranquil forest vibes. Situated among trails outside your door, walkable to Maricara Natural Area & Marshall Park. This light-filled private home is a classic: desirable layout, open spaces, beamed & vaulted ceilings, skylights, large windows, wide-plank hardwood floors, a large entertaining deck, wet-bar, fireplace, large garage, new furnace & a/c, and a large easy-care yard. Location advantages include coveted schools, trails, creeks parks & quick access to Multnomah Village & I-5.
3 Bed | 2 Bath | 1493 SqFt
MLS# 20143239 | Taxes: $6773  | HOA $200 monthly | Lot Size: .14 Acre

Ella Gray

Broker | OR

She/Her

Hi! I'm Ella Gray, a Portland transplant by way of New York City, Los Angeles, and Nashville. I'm very lucky to finally throw down some roots in this quirky, intelligent, beautiful city of Portland, and I LOVE to help PDX newbies, transplants, and life-long residents find their place in the perfect Portland neighborhood. When I’m not touring houses or prepping listings, I’m chasing my toddler in the Southwest trails and pursuing PDX stories & excitement in all five corners of the city.
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