$1,125

Built in 1916, this fantastic house was owned by the Reed. Sitting front and center on Beulah Reed Road -- named after the wife in the -- youll find the Reed mentioned throughout Oregon. After deeding a sizable land grant which would become part of Oswald West State Park, the Hwy 101 bridge connecting the park to the highway on Neahkahnie mountain is named after the Reed. Cousins were founding members of Reed College. The was very involved with work involving the Portland Art Museum and were part of a thriving arts community in the Neahkahnie community.
Your master suite awaits with luxurious king bed, a private sitting room area overlooking the ocean and private cozy bathroom with high end Pratt & Larson tile and Waterworks fixtures, encased in marble floors featuring in floor heating.
Bedroom 2 on the second floor is also a king bedroom with generous walk-in closet. Bathroom 2 on the second floor features marble tile with in-floor heating, vintage tub and fixtures, and spacious storage.
Bedrooms 3 and 4 on the third floor are nestled under a high peaked celing, queen beds and ocean views. Bedroom 5 on the third floor features two built in queen beds tucked under the dormer eves and a big dormer ocean view window and window seat.
Bathrooms 3 and 4 are also on the third floor. Each tucked under the eves with high, sloping ceilings, these quaint bathrooms house a claw foot tub and big shower, respectively, and vintage fixtures. Heated marble floors round off the experience.
Bedrooms 6 and 7 are on the first floor and each house two sets of twin bunk beds suited for youth or responsibles, in addition to lots of storage. Bathroom 5 is also on the first floor with double sinks, luxurious Hansgrohe Rainshower, and heated floors.
Charm, comfort, modern conveniences, not to mention huge views and wonderful location. Listing ID 2656500.


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