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

1811 NW COUCH ST , Unit 508, Portland, OR 97209 (MLS # 18515999)

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PRICE $349,000
BEDS 2
BATHS 1 bath
HOME SIZE 932 sq ft
LOT SIZE n/a

Live in the heart of beautiful NW Portland in a well maintained historic building - or seize an incredible investment opportunity! This light, bright, and quiet top-floor unit is a true gem, with hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, abundant storage, built-ins, custom closets, historic charm, and incredible views.

LAST UPDATED Login to view Last Updated TRACT Alphabet District/Tudor Arms
YEAR BUILT 1916 COMMUNITY Portland West, Raleigh Hills
COUNTY Multnomah STATUS Active
PROPERTY TYPE(S) Condominium, Residential

SCHOOLS
Elementary School Chapman
Middle School West Sylvan
High School Lincoln

PRICE HISTORY
Prior to Feb 2, '18 $369,000
Feb 2, '18 - Feb 2, '18 $359,000
Feb 2, '18 - Feb 5, '18 $369,000
Feb 5, '18 - Mar 12, '18 $359,000
Mar 12, '18 - May 1, '18 $354,000
May 1, '18 - Today $349,000

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