There were 59 sales last week in Portland and that breaks down into 3 townhouses, 8 condos, and 48 homes. Besides the notably scary fixer home that didn’t have any interior images and warned of dogs in the listing — can you say big, fun renovation challenge? — there were these three less challenging condo sales.
In the Pearl, a 2-bedroom, 2-bath corner unit at 937 Condos sold for just under $600K ($401/sf). That’s 1,498 square feet of condo in a LEED Platinum building with a green roof to boot.
Just a few blocks away in McKenzie Lofts, this 1-bedroom, 1-bath loft sold for $325K ($266/sf). Built in 1998, the east-facing, 4th floor loft features an open floor plan, concrete pillars, and 1,200 square feet of space.
Another corner unit but in the Northwest and more Craftsman in style sold for $275K ($229/sf). Located in the historic conversion American Inn Condos, the 2-bedroom, 1-bath condo has a more classic set of selling points: coved ceilings, claw-foot tub, hardwood floors. And its 1,200 square feet contains plenty of room for a pool table apparently.