Secluded yet accessible mid-century Bridlemile home with 1/2 acre of wooded surroundings. This beautiful home features endless living opportunities with an expansive lot, finished daylight basement, separate mother-in-law suite and detached two car garage.
The large interior of this home features the original hardwood flooring, triple-pane windows for increased energy efficiency, formal living with fireplace and built-ins, front picture window, plenty of space for entertainment and storage, a well-equipped kitchen, and incredible amounts of natural lighting. The kitchen features gas range, Quartz Countertops, two movable islands, eating bar, skylights and access to an expansive deck with bench seating.
Daylight basement features endless storage and living arrangement possibilities, plus bonus family room with electric fireplace. Separate ADU (not included in square footage) with laminate-style flooring, new kitchen cabinets and countertops, brand new washer/dryer and electric fireplace. Private deck with wooded views and separate parking space. Detached 2 car garage provides ample parking and storage.
This home is located near Portland top-rated schools, and is an easy walk or drive from countless parks, restaurants, and local attractions. Hamilton House is perfect for anyone who wishes to enjoy the peace and tranquility of Oregon’s natural beauty, while still living within easy access to downtown.
If applications are received before the open application time, those applications are subject to an 8 hour penalty. (Per Oregon Fair Ordinance)
Deposit: 1 times rent
Renters insurance required; $1m coverage
Pet-Friendly: 2 Pet Max
Cats and dogs welcome, breed restrictions apply.
Pet Rent: $35
*Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
*Pricing may vary based on lease length.
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