Portland Real Estate
Greg Messick
503-496-7895503-496-7895

868 SW TRILLIUM LN, Portland, OR 97219 (MLS # 18410889)

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PRICE $859,000
BEDS 5
BATHS 4 baths
HOME SIZE 3,433 sq ft
LOT SIZE 9,147 sqft

Beautiful home in Arnold Creek neighborhood across from Tryon Creek Park. Recent build with custom upgrades. Main floor features open floor plan, hardwoods, stainless appliances, quartz counters, stone FP (gas), built-ins, central AC, home office, deck. Includes MBR walk-in closet and heated bathroom floor, finished basement, 3-car garage, alarm, sprinklers, fenced yard, hot tub, mature trees. Near downtown PDX or LO. Great schools.

LAST UPDATED Login to view Last Updated TRACT ARNOLD CREEK
YEAR BUILT 2014 COMMUNITY Portland West, Raleigh Hills
GARAGE SPACES 3.0 COUNTY Multnomah
TOTAL PARKING 3 STATUS Pending
PROPERTY TYPE(S) Single Family Residence, Residential

SCHOOLS
Elementary School Stephenson
Middle School Jackson
High School Wilson

PRICE HISTORY
Prior to May 14, '18 $899,000
May 14, '18 - Today $859,000

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