Here is your chance to live just a block away from the iconic Goonie’s House in Astoria Oregon. This iconic Victorian Home in the Goonie’s Neighborhood is now available for purchase.
Live your best life in this restored Victorian Home with Columbia River views in Astoria, Oregon. Oh what a view! Embrace Columbia River views from all of the bedrooms in this home as well as the outdoor spaces, including the backyard putting green. Located just blocks from Astor school, a sweet little neighborhood coffee shop and restaurant. Pier 39, Safeway and the Astoria Riverwalk are also nearby. Some of original wood work remains throughout the home with tasteful updates including timeless tile selections, updated kitchen and bathrooms, main level laundry room, main level half bathroom and walk-in closets in each of the 3 bedrooms with built in organization systems. A dream bathroom with clawfoot soaking tub, privacy lavatory door and glass privacy windows that filter in light through the lovely adjacent trees is located on the second level. The back bedroom has a separate entrance and an en suite bathroom. This home is full of extras including an alarm system, water filtration system, detached garage, chicken coop, putting green in the backyard, fenced side yard, newer roof, full basement with a finished office space.
Embrace all Astoria’s North Slope has to offer!
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One of a kind small farm property in Astoria Oregon. This 1920s Craftsman farmhouse has original wood, vintage and reclaimed detailing, bonus attic room and lots of windows with serene views. Lush gardens offer privacy and shade. Quaint barn, stable, chicken coop, large pole barn, detached garage, open field and established fruit and vegetable garden combine to offer a unique and special opportunity to those looking for country living. This 1.65 acre property is located just minutes from downtown Astoria on a sleepy country road. Incredible opportunity to live off the land in the temperate climate that Oregon offers.
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Nearly 100 Acres of Oregon Farmland for sale near Astoria, Oregon. Once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire over 94 acres of land on two tax lots of farm & forested property bordered on three sides by Oregon State Forestry & private timberland. 100 year old apple orchard with staggered harvest times, 2 land owner preference tags, barn, cement floored shop with loft and attached covered parking, hay barn, fenced in garden area. Home has pastoral & orchard views, an updated kitchen, wood deck, wood burning fireplaces & attached double car garage. Contact us today for a tour of this incredible property before Christopher Robin beats you to it. See more here
There was an overwhelming response to this listing at 737 Jerome Ave in Astoria, OR.
This Victorian Era home built in 1896 is located just blocks away from downtown Astoria.
The views of the Columbia River are just amazing from this neighborhood!
Multiple offers came in just days after going on the market. This means that there are qualified buyers looking for homes in this area.
If you would like a complimentary market analysis for your home, please give us a call at 503-724-2400.
This 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath town home next to the Hammond Marina is now priced at $239,900!
This town home was built in 2008. Some of the features include an open floor plan, stainless steel appliances, attached one car garage, small backyard, second story balcony, and mater bedroom with en suite.
Outside there are even hookups for an RV for your personal use or convenient for guests traveling to the area. This town home would be perfect as a vacation rental, second home, or permanent residence. There is no HOA fee for this residence!
The neighborhood is nearby shopping centers, restaurants, and grocery stores in Warrenton. Live close to the Hammond Marina with access to world class fishing on the Columbia River the gateway to the Pacific Ocean via the Columbia River Bar.
Contact me today for more information on this one of a kind home!
New on the market! 6 unit, multi family property for sale in Warrenton Oregon!
This investment property is less than a mile to shopping centers, restaurants, and Warrenton schools. Each unit has been updated inside with new vinyl windows, carpet, and kitchen cabinets.
Warrenton Oregon is small coastal town located in Clatsop County Oregon. It is home to Fort Stevens State Park that is part of the Historical Lewis and Clark National and State Historic Parks. There is much to be discovered with beaches along the Pacific Ocean and fishing in the Columbia River.
Commercial industry is growing within Clatsop County with growing small businesses, franchises, and talks of a new Data Center to draw in jobs from the Tech Industry. It’s no wonder the small town is growing with so much to offer!
Demand for housing is high in this area! It is very typical for rental units go quickly when they become available or keep long term renters.
All 6 units are currently rented. Four 2 bedroom, 1 bath units rent for $875 per month. One 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit rents for $645. One studio cabin, 1 bath unit rents for $675. Property includes a covered common area, large grassy backyard and garage for owner storage. To respect the privacy of the tenants, a showing can be scheduled for this property upon an accepted offer. Interior photos of one of the units that can be provided by request. Listing includes two tax lots : 32216 (RH- High Density Residential) + 32214 (C1).
Current listing price is $475,000. Call or email me for more information!
Update: November 13 2018
This listing Closed on November 7th! Congratulations to the new owners on this one of a kind property!
Vacant Lot adjacent to 89100 Ocean Dr. Listed at $220,000.
Unique opportunity to own property in the gated community of Surf Pines in Warrenton, OR off the Oregon Coast. The seller of this property is including detailed plans to build a one of a kind home. The construction bids include a modern beach home with garage & private guest suite that takes maximum advantage of the lot, its views, and its setting in coastal woods.
The house was designed by noted Portland architects Ernest Munch & Corey Omey. Mr. Munch has decades of design experience with high-end homes and has also designed many of Oregon’s finest wineries. The architects have retained their engineering notes & drawings for the property, and are ready to complete the project for a new owner, together with any modifications the Buyer wishes to make.
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1055 5th St.
Hammond, OR 97103
Enjoy the benefits of a town home without the HOA fees!
This 2 story home near the Hammond Marina features 2 bedrooms with one on each level. A full bath on the bottom level. A half bath on the second level near the living and dining area. The master bedroom features an en suite bathroom on the second level as well. Kitchen has updated stainless steel appliances and bar seating.
Each level has sliding doors to access the back decks.
Outside are peeks of the marina and Columbia river. Enjoy a small grassy backyard for you, kids, or pets. Hookups are available on the outside for an RV. If you are in the market for an investment property, this would be a perfect vacation rental!
Conveniently located near restaurants, shopping, and minutes from Fort Stevens State Park. Access to world class fishing on the Columbia River Bar or the Pacific Ocean. The City of Hammond is neighbor to Warrenton and Astoria Oregon. Located in the historic Lewis & Clark Trail. History of America is deep rooted in this location on the Oregon Coast. So much to do and see!
The Hammond Marina is a popular boat launch to the Columbia River. It is also famous for a popular scene in the movie “Free Willy” where the orca whale jumps to freedom!
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Do you have an empty corner or wall and no idea what to do with it?
Here are some ideas for making use of the awkward spaces in your home!
If you have space to spare, adding an art piece is a great way to fill it! In Astoria, there is no shortage of unique art and artists to choose from. Art is great way to create focus in a room by drawing the eye to the areas where they are placed. Art can bring purpose to a room that may have neglected space.
When in doubt, add a plant! Now maybe not just any plant. Think of something that you can take care of indoors and isn’t an eye sore. Succulents have grown in popularity over the last year. They are easy to take care of and many breeds come in different colors that together can create a beautiful arrangements.
Whether you want one for use as a mixing station or a caffeine station, a wet bar can make use of empty space. Most wet bars have a sink station but don’t think that you need to add plumbing to make the space work. These areas can be as simple or elaborate as you like. You can get creative with storage by putting in shelves on the wall near by, plugging in a mini fridge underneath, and installing some small useful storage devices.
Corners tend to gather shadows. Make use of the space to add in extra light! Adding an extra floor lamp or small lamp on an end table can make use of random corners. It can also make more sense to add in soft lights to areas like the living and bedroom areas.
Installing wall shelves or just placing bookshelves in an empty corner or wall can give you extra storage and decorative areas. Leave some space at the bottom of shelving to stash an ottoman or small seating chairs for when company comes over. Use the bottom of bookcases for storage.
Speaking of seating, empty areas can be used for a meeting or lounge area. Create a personal space for you to use next to a window or use for when you have guests. If you have the support for it, try to hang an indoor hammock or hanging chair!
If you love to peruse antique stores, maybe look more into what items would work for some empty spots in your home. Whatever you find, make sure that your antiques are on display and out of the way. You can gather unique finds that enhance the personality of your home and create some conversation to visitors.
Let’s face it. It’s 2018 and the term “There’s an app for that” rings very true. You can download apps to help you get a ride, have dinner delivered, or even check your health symptoms without ever actually speaking to another human being. For to sake of convenience these features are great but not when some of these tech trends try to creep into real estate.
Most of us can agree that simplifying some aspects of real estate would be a great thing but attempting to replace your real estate agent could lead to disaster. It’s true you can look on your phone or computer to search for a home or look up market data but at some point in your journey you will need a professional’s input.
The information you find online is just a simplified version of what actually goes in the process of buying or selling a home. Almost the same way that searching medical symptoms can give you a simplified description of illnesses but you are still expected to seek a doctor for treatment.
Although real estate agents and doctors are not the same thing, the industry and it’s legalities are similar because it needs to be taken seriously. Looking for a home and wanting to make an offer can be exciting but you will need a professional to help you with contacts and lead you to making that house your home.
Same if you want to sell your home! If you decide to put your home on the market, how will you know an offer that comes in is fair or not? It’s not just about the sale price of the home but the contracts that come into place after that. How will you know you are not being taken advantage of?
Once contracts fall apart, negotiations can’t be agreed on, and emotions are at an all time high you are going to wish you had an agent fighting for you by your side. So use the internet to take advantage of its amazing resources but don’t let it replace your agent.
Sometimes technology can’t do everything a professional can!