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Charming 1920s home outside Portland asks $312K

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Blue gabled home with smaller gabled front porch entrance and small garden in front with chicken wire fence.
It’s located in the Shumway neighborhood of Vancouver, Portland’s largest suburb.
Photos via Estately

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Location: Vancouver, Washington

Price: $312,000

Here’s a sweet three-bedroom in Vancouver, Washington, Portland’s largest suburb, that was originally built in 1920 and has since been updated.

Located in the neighborhood of Shumway, the 2,428-square-foot home boasts great curb appeal—its bright blue facade, small porch, and garden patio—which also extends to the interiors.

A large open-plan living-kitchen-dining area with windows all around anchors the space, while two spacious bedrooms and a bath make up the rest of the first floor.

Upstairs in the attic space are an additional bedroom, small study area, and a bath, while a half-finished basement allows for a family room, kids play place, storage, and utilities. A small backyard with a bocce court rounds out the property.

Located at 3409 I Street, the house is offered at $312,000. Take a look.

Via: Estately