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Just Listed! The Dapper House in Central Division/Clinton!

By Leanne Bach, August 12, 2022

2337 SE TAGGART ST , Portland, OR 97202

$865,000 (Sold)

  • 3 Bed
  • 2.0 Bath
  • 2908 sqft.

Portland, OR, 97202

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  • Built in 1929
  • 2908 sqft
  • $297.46/sqft
  • County: Multnomah

2337 SE Taggart Street

Portland, Oregon, 97214


A charming, updated craftsman just moments from the best of SE’s famed Division/Clinton neighborhood, 2337 SE Taggart sits perched above the quiet street with a flat driveway that leads to a one-car, in-home garage. An inviting front porch and oversized, energy efficient windows welcome you in, offering abundant natural light throughout the main floor. Open living and dining areas with a gas fireplace connect to the kitchen, which has been fully reimagined to include quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, open shelving and tile flooring. Large bedrooms, an updated full bath and two storage closets complete the main floor. A lofty upper level provides an expansive primary suite, complete with full bath, walk-in closet and large flex room perfect for an office or nursery. Just outside, a spacious, flat and fenced backyard provides an idyllic extension of livable space, showcasing a paver patio, raised garden beds with fruit and vegetables, mature landscaping and pergola. Enjoy plenty of workspace and storage in the lower level with high ceilings and storage shelving. Brought to today’s living standards, 2337 SE Taggart features a new water line, sewage line, electrical panel and wiring, plumbing, retrofitted foundation, decommissioned oil tank, NEST thermostat, AC and central heating, and vinyl windows.

OFFERED AT $865,000

3 BEDROOM | 2 BATH | 2,908 SQFT

MLS# 22168495 | TAXES: $6,540

Leanne Bach

Principal Broker | OR & WA

She/Her

Leanne has experienced the real estate boom on the frontline. Her integrity and persistence have helped clients navigate the outcomes of the 2008 financial crisis, as well as coached and guided buyers and sellers through a competitive, fast-paced market of today. Licensed since 2003, Leanne’s drive and skills of being a natural connector, put her at the top of her field. She finds great joy in establishing a client’s needs and uniting them with a solution. She sees challenge as an opportunity and proactively wins trust while still getting things done. Real estate involves a network beyond the client. Leanne connects with the community through volunteer efforts. She has built a solid network of contractors, lenders, caterers, bankers, and accountants, as well as caregivers, artists, and organizers. Her goal is to connect a buyer’s vision of home to reality and connects a seller’s financial goals to the best possible outcomes. This is the fuel that motivates Leanne in her career. She believes strongly in creating harmony between work and life and it shows by what her clients say about her. She feels lucky every day to be able to call this her job and feels fortunate to have clients that are multi-generational, helping parents of clients and children of clients through all the stages of life. The relationships she’s built are truly rewarding. “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.” -Albert Einstein
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  • T: 503-349-7890
  • leannebach@gmail.com

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