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Flawless 1907 home in Portland asks $1.8M

Wait until you see the wine cellar

Portland, Oregon, has its fair share of top-notch real estate, and this picture-perfect listing from the northeast part of the city is the latest to catch our eye. With five bedrooms and three bathrooms, the “Schuyler House”—as it’s known—is a 1907 blend of colonial and Craftsman architecture.

With only two owners in its 100-plus year history, the 5,509-square-foot house sits in the Irvington neighborhood and has been extensively renovated with high-end finishes. The home features crown molding, wainscoting, restored wooden floors, and marble tile. Quartzite countertops in the kitchen keeps things looking sleek, and a glass-encased temperature and humidity controlled 362-bottle wine cellar is a striking focal point.

Large windows let in plenty of light in the bedrooms while chandeliers add drama. A spacious master bath balances wood accents with sparkling white features, and there’s a pleasant outdoor patio off the master, too.

Love what you see? 2209 Northeast Schuyler Street is on the market now for $1,795,000.

Dark navy walls contrast with a sparkly chandelier and a white fireplace.
The spacious dining room is light and airy.
The well-lit kitchen boasts walnut and gold accents.
A glass-encased temperature and humidity controlled 362-bottle wine cellar is a striking focal point.
The master bedroom is spacious.
White and wood combine for a gorgeous bathroom.