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1922 Craftsman bungalow for sale at $799,000 in Multnomah Village gets offers fast

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of Oregon Electric Railroad Kickstart what you have Multnomah Village In 1908, they built a garage and railroad tracks on a dairy farm southwest of downtown Portland.

Within a few years, the Multnomah community had schools, a post office, and affordable housing for workers who commute 15 minutes by train and then into the city by car.

Homeowners were also lured by the opportunity to connect their new homes to gas, electricity and phone service. According to history author Nancy Hamilton, by 1919 gas stations and auto repair shops were central to Multnomah’s daily life. “Portland’s Multnomah Village”

The owner of the mechanic shop was Roy Young, who had moved in with his wife, Marie Margaret Young. their child Originally from El Paso, Texas. In 1922 Roy got a job as a machinist. Amadoco-related manufacturers and youngs Selling garage business and building with apartment.

With the proceeds they purchased a new bungalow on a quarter acre of land. 8405 SW 41st Aveand lived there for half a century.

Fast forward to 2022: The property has been put on the market $799,000 On July 15th, the offer and the backup offer were immediately accepted.Deal is currently pending, listing agent says Jazmyn Reese of Bellis Real Estate Group When Lark + Momi Estate At Multnomah village.

The current owner didn’t tear down the 100-year-old house and sought a buyer who “would really enjoy its history and heritage,” Reese says.

Participated by one of the owners, a professional designer Oregon Woodworking Guildlearn more about the restoration of artisan homes at a workshop in Multnomah Village.

“They put a lot of love into this bungalow,” adds Reese.

The owners have refinished the oak and Douglas fir floors and other original features to upgrade the 2,567 square foot residence.

the kitchen is completely redesigned by the owner When cornerstone builders of Beaverton reflecting the era and architectural style of the house. A kitchen remodel with soapstone counters, custom cabinets, and oil-rubbed brass latches National Renovation Industry Association Award 2020.

The main level has a bathroom refurbished with Carrara marble tiles. There are two more bedrooms and a powder room on the second floor, and a storage and laundry area in the basement.

This home shares a large corner lot with a separate garage, carport and workshop. Privacy hedges, mature fruit trees and bushes, native plants and houseplants.

— Janet Eastman | 503-294-4072

[email protected] | | @janeteastman

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