About this listing
This is a classic old Portland duplex. High ceilings, huge spaces and a high-end recent remodel.
You are in the heart of the most central district in the city, steps from great coffee houses, restaurants and clubs.
Grand old 1885 duplex right on the bike route, steps to great dining, theater and cafes (including the two most popular bakeries in the city)
You are on the most popular bike route in the city. Sit on the front porch and watch the parade of bikes go by. This is the most central part of the inner east side. No car is needed to get anywhere. Baby crib is available also.
Spacious living / dining with 10' cielings. Large bedrooms, luxury kitchen and bath, hardwood floors, artist's mural in the living room. locked bike storage, gardens. Express your self on the public blackboard fronting the garden. Entertain on a huge front deck.
W/D, wifi, TV, Netflix included.
Fully furnished with all of the amenities. Coffee, chocolates and a bottle of wine provided.
You get the whole very large and totally newly rehabbed unit on the ground floor to yourselves.
You are one block from major bus lines. 20 minute walk to downtown. 12 blocks from the Max line which runs to the airport.
This is an upstairs downstairs duplex. There is a quiet couple who live upstairs with their cat. You get the whole huge main floor plus a large front porch. You also have access to the washer dryer.
Interaction with Guests
I try and greet all of the guests and am available always.
This is the best spot in the east side to stay for access to all that Portland has to offer. It is one of the hottest regions for dining, clubs, cinemas, biking, walking, coffee etc. One block off of SE Burnside. You do not need a car to see it all. The area is also very safe.
Trimet Line 20 bus, one block away, other bus lines in the neighborhood. Central to the city for easy driving as well if you do have a car.
Other Things to Note
This is a very large and very well detailed space.
Have a great time, and please leave the place as you found it.
I teach psychology at Portland Community College. I am also a mental health therapist and a sometime public artist. My family has been in Oregon since the early 60's, originally from the east coast so that makes me pretty close to a native Oregonian.
I love showing people around and making their stay a pleasurable one.