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Midcentury co-housing condo asks $419K

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Located in Sunlight Holding Co., Portland’s oldest co-housing community

Wood-clad modern home with sloped ceiling and snowy front yard.
The condo is one of 15 homes in the Sunlight Holding community.
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Location: Portland, Oregon

Price: $419,000

Here’s your chance to be a part of a real community: A condo in Portland’s oldest co-housing community, Sunlight Holding Co., has come on the market. Founded by 15 families in 1971 and completed in 1979, the enclave of 15 freestanding homes inspired by Sea Ranch in Sonoma County, California, is clustered on seven acres of forest and a creek, and includes a great hall with a guest room and workshop. Residents also share tools, an exercise room, wood shop, and tree house, according to Portland Monthly Magazine.

The home in question features three bedrooms and two baths over 1,678 square feet of split-level living that incorporates elements of midcentury design with the architecture of the Northwest. Recently updated, the bright and airy space is characterized by vaulted ceilings, open-plan living, alcove kitchen with custom open shelving, a step-down solarium with an expanse of floor-to-ceiling windows, a mezzanine gallery, and a deck. Hardwood floors and wood trim are found throughout the otherwise white-walled space. Located off of NW Skyline Boulevard, it’s offered at $419,000. Have a look.

Courtesy of Think Portland