Portland Oregon Home SOLD 265000 List Price 10 Days To Pending

Dated: 06/12/2014

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5106 NE 86th Ave,

Portland, OR 97220



$265,000 SOLD!

Single Family Home
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Interior: 1,871 sqft
Lot: 0.14 acre(s)
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Meticulously Maintained 1-owner home

Sold 5/30 - Listed and Sold same price $265,000 Pending Sale! Listed 4/10 and Pending 4/20 - Just 10 days to PENDING SALE! Meticulously maintained one owner home! * Sunken living room, extended master suite with sitting area + bonus room/office. * Remodeled kitchen, newer electrical/plumbing/water heater/gas furnace. * Refinished wood floors & fresh paint. * Gorgeous fenced yard with multiple storage sheds and 2 level cedar deck. * Solar panels and vinyl windows keep utility bills low. Too many goodies to list - a must see!!

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Interested? See more information or schedule showing

For more information, contact (360) 989-3390

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Julie R Baldino
Front Door Realty -
Serving Oregon and Washington
Phone: (360) 989-3390 
Listing agent/broker:
Front Door Realty 
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