Actually, though, Cully has been quietly becoming popular for years. The large lots and strong community feel draw lots of folks interested in an urban farming lifestyle. There are community farm dinners, the Cully Neighborhood Farm CSA, a potential new park in the neighborhood, and of course the Old Salt Marketplace has been a great addition to the neighborhood. Willamette Week's recent dining guide happened to have a review of what I thought was a non-descript neighborhood restaurant, just across the street from my new listing. Apparently a sous-chef from Bluehour is doing some pretty yummy cooking over there. Who knew?
So the house is a rehab. The seller has bought and fixed up houses in Portland as long as I've been in real estate...a longtime. He goes slowly, doing about one house a year. In this house, he installed all new hardwood floors, a new furnace, hot water heater, and beautifully updated the kitchen and baths; including custom tile work.
That island in the kitchen is on wheels, so it can move off to the side or stay in the middle of the kitchen. He's got high end Samsung appliances in there; including washer and dryer.
The house has four bedrooms, one and a half baths. It has 1448 square feet, all on one level. The lot, like many on Cully is big, at 150' x 51'. $245,000. Oh yeah, and it has a great garage too, with power and an extra storage room.
The house is located at 5114 NE 60th Avenue. It will be open from 1:00 - 3:00 on Sunday, March 2. Stop in and check in out. For more information give me a call at 503-312-8038 or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.