New Listing: 6328 NE 37th Ave – $244,500

ML# 12627467 Priced at $244,500 2 Bedrooms with double closets 1 Bathroom Bonus room for office, play room or art studio Large garage with shop and storage Fireplace Recent remodel throughout Taxes: $2822.84 • Sqft: 1064 Delightful one-level Concordia ranch in family neighborhood close to Fernhill Park, Kennedy School, New Seasons and Alberta. Tasteful remodel,…

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New Listing: 3905 NE Holman – $419,000

ML# 12020187 Priced at $419,000 3 Bedrooms • 2.1 Bathrooms 2 Garages • 2 Fireplaces New 2005-2007: Furnace, electrical panel, sewer line, plumbing, appliances, roof and exterior paint. Taxes: $4,051.59 • 3024 sqft Unique, captivating multi-level mid-century ranch facing Fernhill Park in the wonderful Concordia neighborhood. Remarkable blend of outstanding original mid-century features and subtle…

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Bright Ideas: Playing Under The Stairs

Over the years I’ve seen a number of smart ideas for utilizing unused space under open staircases. Google those very words and you’ll unearth numerous examples of clever designs to incorporate some functionality into an otherwise awkward nook. So while wandering around a no-stone-unturned bungalow remodel in Concordia, which unsurprisingly is already pending, I spotted…

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2839 NE Fremont

I won’t lie. I’ve had a mild disdain for Dutch Colonial Revivals ever since I got into real estate. For starters, living in a house that is based on the architectural identity of a barn doesn’t make me want to rush out and fill one with my belongings. The main reason though is I’m baffled…

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5641 SW Menefee

Back in 2007, when this 1959 custom-built barrel-vaulted home came on the market in the hills of Terwilliger Heights, I walked around the property hoping that whoever bought the property would give it the attention it so badly needed. It felt drab and depressing, despite it’s potential seemingly so easily within grasp. Thankfully the current…

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526 NW 13th Ave #7

When I got into real estate six years ago, the Pearl District was of course long a hot commodity, and I was initially quite intoxicated by the idea of condo-living. I was drawn to the simplicity of the spaces, the idea of a life that demanded less personal belongings, and a feeling of being in…

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3123 NE Dunckley

Quite simply, I love this house. I saw it last year when it was briefly on the market so when it popped up on tour again this week, I couldn’t resist a second look. It’s another plum example of thoughtfully integrating today’s design ideas with those from a century ago. I’ll just jump straight to…

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