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Renovated midcentury modern home asks $1.29M

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Complete with a dreamy artist studio

Pitch-roofed house with covered front porch, surrounded by trees. Spin Photography

Originally built in 1964, this clean-lined home in Portland is equal parts cabin and midcentury modern. Current owners have meticulously refurbished the house to its former glory while adding a touch of modernity.

The timber-clad house spreads four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms over 3,820 square feet, with many spaces, including the living room, dramatically angled thanks to a pitched roof and surrounded by glass walls. The updated kitchen comes with a breakfast bar and nook, plus a stone fireplace (one of three in the home). Next to the kitchen, the dining room features soaring windows that pour light into the room.

Living room with fireplace, slanted roof, large sofas, and glass walls. Spin Photography

The house strikes a balance between rustic and modern with wood beams that cut across the ceiling and track lighting. Out back, there’s a sprawling, multi-level timber deck with a built-in hot tub and a separate artist studio for taking advantage of the peaceful surroundings.

6690 SW Gable Pkwy is now available for $1,289,000.

Kitchen with kitchen island, breakfast nook. Spin Photography
Dining area with tall windows, round four-seat round table. Spin Photography
bedroom with a bed next to wall of windows. Spin Photography
home office with a large desk overlooking a window and built in shelves filled with books. Spin Photography
Bathroom featuring modern glass shower and black surfaces. Spin Photography
Slant-roofed wooden art studio on one corner of a large wooden deck, where a patio set and outdoor poofs also sit. Spin Photography
Interior of art studio with glass walls. Spin Photography