I am renting out my personal home as take on a year long travel contract.The lease can be extended if its the right fit. I have personally restored this home, refinishing the floors, painting inside and out, new roof, electrical and other upgrades. This four bedroom one bath home sits in one best neighborhoods in Portland, Historic Laurelhurst, chalk full of 1920's homes full of character and families. Centrally located with short drives to downtown and the airport. Within walking distance to Laurelhurst Park, Hollywood District, Hawthorne district, Belmont district , 28th street "Restaurant Row", Mt Tabor Park, Providence Hospital, 42nd Max Station and much more.
Great public transit near bus lines 19, 75, 20, and light rail. Also a block off the bike route, near multiple grocery stores.
House sits facing west with great sunlight, and great opportunity to have a garden in the front yard. Space for 3 cars in front of house on the street and one off street spot in front of the garage. (I will need to keep the garage for storage of my personal stuff)
In the district with some of the BEST public schools in the city. Laurelhurst Elementary and Grant High School. Also close to Central Catholic High School.
This is a home and not a rental and I am looking for someone to treat it as so. It feels great the moment you walk in the door and I have put a lot of hard work into the house so I am looking for a person(s) to take care of it as such. Beautiful cove ceiling and fireplace in the living room with large windows for great natural sunlight. Full dry basement. Use of my 2 year old washer and dryer negotiable. Warm oil heat.
You would take care of all utilities except for trash.
First, Last, and Security Deposit ($2,000) due at lease signing.
Also must pass a background and credit check.
Pets not preferred.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for looking.
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