About this listing
This is a classic 1911 Craftsman style Portland bungalow. It's spacious, fully remodeled, hardwood floors, well insulated, new windows, forced air heat, tankless on demand hot water heater, comfortable and clean.
Great close in location near Alberta Arts district, close to three bus lines and not too far from the Max line. Walk or easy bike to co-op and several grocery stores, farmer´s market on Sundays, N Williams and Mississippi Ave for lots of great restaurants, coffee shops, live music, Peninsula Park rose garden, library, and so much more! It's an easy 15 minute drive to the airport and Pearl District and Downtown.
Some of the best food that Portland has to offer is located right in the neighborhood. The options seem endless, but if you need suggestions, I have lived here a long time and know many of the best places to dine and drink and see a show.
Street parking is always available.
Bicycle rentals are available nearby.
The bedroom is on the main floor next to the bathroom. There is a comfortable memory foam queen size bed, dresser, spacious closet, and a large desk.
The shared bathroom features handmade tile, a nice clawfoot tub, and extra space for your toiletries.
The kitchen is spacious and filled with lots of handmade dishes. Filtered water is on the fridge and a coffee maker and grinder available for use.
There is a nice front porch with sitting area and landscaped yard with lots of large trees, native style garden and patio seating in the back with a BBQ and outdoor fireplace.
Ceramics, sculpture, paintings, and prints are throughout the house. My ceramic studio is in the basement.
Eli the bengal mix cat that lives here mainly stays in my bedroom upstairs except when in the kitchen to eat. He doesn't shed much, so if allergies are an issue you may not even notice it here.
If you want to experience Portland and all the great things that make this city unique, this is a great house and perfect location to stay.
Please follow the eco-friendly recycling and composting guidelines
Artificially scented personal products are hard for me to live with, so please be conscientious :)
no smoking indoors (outside is fine)
no hard drugs please
limited kitchen use to simple preparations unless staying for more than a week
About the Host, Cynthia
I am a ceramic artist and I teach classes at Portland Community College. I spend my free time cooking, working in the yard, making things, and enjoying good wine, beer, and food. I've been in Portland for about 15 years and living here suits me well. I love the food and drink scene here, and regularly go out to see art and music.