Rocky Butte Area Portland Bungalow Sold In 30 Days

Dated: 09/10/2013

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Listed July 30th for $189,900

with Accepted Offer on August 2nd

and Closed August 30th for $189,000

3110 NE 86th Ave, Portland, OR 97220

Single Family Home
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Interior: 1,632,816,816 sqft
Lot: 0.14 acre(s)

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Bank Owned/Locally! Quick Response! Hurry!

Adorable bungalow on quiet street!Private setting with no neighbors to the south. Cute 2 bedroom with 816 sf on main & 816sf. unfinished basement —total 1,632 SF of Opportunity! Nice size living room open to eating nook/dining area with wood flooring that flows to hallway and bedrooms. Quaint, partially remodeled country-style kitchen. Energized with vinyl windows and gas forced air heating. Fenced yard with patio, long driveway and shop building/garage. Needs some TLC but has plenty of potential. Lee Elementary Madison High School


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Julie R Baldino
Front Door Realty - serving Oregon and Washington
Phone: (360) 989-3390
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Front Door Realty
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