7103 NE 9th Ave Portland OR 97211

Dated: 06/06/2016

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Hard to find single level 4 bedroom home in the Woodlawn/Dekum Triangle neighborhood of Portland. The zip code is 97211. The master is of course on the main and only level. This is an area in high demand. Recent freshening will delight you as you enter. Motivated Seller, willing to consider REASONABLE offers. This was not too long ago a licensed Adult Foster Care home and there is a wheelchair access ramp. Unfortunately that license is not transferable. However it could be licensed again. 

Dekum Triangle is home to the only Not for Profit Brewery in the United States (the're claim not mine). A real Portland business keeping it weird. Come tour the home and the area, I think you'll like it. 

The Woodlawn Triangle was once the bustling center of the historic Woodlawn neighborhood. In its hey day in the late 19th and early 20th century, Dekum was a business district on the trolley line, boasting a general store, a bakery, a theatre, and more. A bridge linking Portland and Vancouver, and the disappearance of the trolley took a toll on the tiny area, and it lay more or less dormant. credit: Jennifer Coughlin The Dekum Triangle: A Whole New Kind of Main Street

If you would like to view all of the available information on this property visit the Property Page and let me know if you would like a private tour!

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