An artfully remodeled midcentury in Mt. Tabor


PLEASE NOTE, AS OF 11/06/17, this home has been sold. 

Nestled in the Doug firs of Mt Tabor, this private four bedroom, four bath gem opens onto stunning views of  Mt. St. Helens. With updated systems and reimagined mid-century style, this home blends the best of cutting edge design with classic character. 

For the discerning buyer, Valence Real Estate is offering this 1967 home for sale at $899,000. Many period elements such as a glass-surrounded atrium, vaulted ceilings and dramatic entryway were left intact, while a re-designed floor plan rationalized space. 

Energy efficient Andersen 400 series windows replaced old single-panes.  Hardwood floors and slate tile replaced carpet and linoleum.  Updated central heating and cooling, roof, and plumbing make this house like new.  And for the custom conscious, we called in local artists Spacecraft to create a one-of-a-kind kitchen and vanities. 

PLEASE NOTE, AS OF 11/06/17, this home has been sold. 

MLS: 17674745



Photography by Shawn Records.

Like new construction but better


Shiny contemporary fixtures, modern floor plan, plenty of storage? We've got you covered. It's the character that you won't find elsewhere. Schedule a viewing.

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Custom Millwork by Spacecraft

We knew you didn’t want anything mass produced. Enter Spacecraft, two Portland artists whose vision and attention to detail have created a truly unique kitchen. From hand-selected wood to the perfect ebony stain, these guys strive to get every detail just right.


Flexible for your Lifestyle

The newly-finished lower level with spa bath is your blank slate. With roughly 800 square feet, there’s room for hobbies and a big bedroom. Or, take advantage of outside access and consider converting to an apartment or vacation rental for extra income. 


Mt. Tabor, the friendliest hood in PDX


Pick your produce at the walkable Montavilla Farmer's Market or catch a movie at the Academy Theater. Run the stairs and trails in the sprawling and beautiful Mt. Tabor Park. Easily access public transport. And quite possibly Portland's best restaurant, Coquine, is a 14 minute walk.