There’s a lot to unpack from this years NW Natural Street of Dreams.
I had a few favorites (“Bespoke” and “Farm To Table” were both impressive). Let me know which ones you like!
I was able to find a spare couple of hours to stop by the Street of Dreams on Realtor Day. It was a super comfortable 1258 degrees outside that day...
It just happens to be in Hillsboro this year, and there is a very good reason for that location.
What was once a large 1400 acre tract of farmland (known as the historic Ladd-Reed farm) is now "South Hillsboro", the largest master planned development in Oregon history.
As of the time that I'm writing this, the above home built in 1956 is newly listed for sale at a very reasonable $4,098,000. That may seem like a lot, but if you factor in the one-of-a-kind view, the one-of-a-kind lot, and the one-of-a-kind home, it's almost a bargain.
Okay, the word "bargain" might be stretching it, but you know what I mean. Contact me if you'd like to take a look.
This home was designed by Van Evera Bailey, a local Oregon architect that California mid-century modern buffs may recognize.