1255 NW 9th Ave 602,Portland, OR 97209


Directions: NW 9th And Overton
 
$429,000

Property Details

  • Beds: 1
  • Baths: 1.0
  • 861 SF
RMLS logo #20395448
Status: Active

Top notch view and lovely upgrades. Enjoy the view of Tanner Springs Park and city/lights. High end updated finishes include quartz, walnut cabinets, designer tile backsplash and accent wall, bamboo floors, bathroom vanity, custom built-ins and bench, chandelier/lighting ,CA Closet system, heated towel rack, TV mount and floating shelves + more. Hard to beat floor plan-Master suite has large walk in closet currently used as office with additional built-ins for closet. L/G wash/dry. Park/storage.

Interior Features: Sprinkler,Tile Floor,Washer/Dryer,High Ceilings,Bamboo Floor,Quartz

Kitchen: Microwave,Built-in Range,Built-in Refrigerator,Dishwasher,Disposal,Gas Appliances,Island,Tile,Stainless Steel Appliance(s),Quartz

HOA Fees:  $365/Monthly


Property

Type: Condominium Style: Contemporary Year: 2004 Taxes: $5,899 HOA Fees: $365/Monthly

Neighborhood

County: Multnomah Building/Sub.: Pearl District / Pinnacle Elementary: Chapman Middle: West Sylvan Lot High: Lincoln

Utilities/Services

Heating: Heat Pump Fuel: Electricity Cooling: Heat Pump Water: Public Sewer: Public Sewer

Exterior

Exterior: Brick Roof: Built-Up Lot: Commons,Level

Listing Courtesy of Where, Inc

Contact: Marissa Sainz

Broker , Earth Advantage Broker
Contact Phone: 503-719-5588

 

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