Turn of the century St Johns Saltbox with vintage details throughout. Large open living spaces, lots of natural light, a huge living, hardwoods on the main. 400+ more square feet of unexpected space upstairs and separate artist's studio out back.
Comfortable beds and furniture, home of many happy dinner parties (thanks to a tricked out kitchen), updated fixtures. Art from around the world on the walls, well-populated bookshelves. Fenced in and dog friendly. All on a safe, quiet street with effortless parking,
10-minutes away from deep forests, two rivers, excellent coffee shops, two first-run movie theaters that serve beer and the prettiest bridge we've ever seen. 15 minutes from the heart of downtown Portland.
Interaction with guests
We will be in Mexico running our whale research project from February 1 - April 2 but our friendly neighbors are on hand and available to help you out, should you need anything.
Other things to note
Easy access to all the riches that Portland has to offer while living in a quiet, relaxed, charming neighborhood that feels like one of Portland's best kept secrets
We expect you to treat this home with the care you would give your own home and be good thoughtful house guests. We allow well-trained (quiet, non-destructive) pets based on pre-approval and discussion. We would prefer you do not smoke.
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Writer, sculptor, traveler, epicure, whale nut.
I run a community-driven whale research and education project in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. When I'm not in Mexico studying whales and working to heal and protect the ocean, you can find me in my studio in Portland, Oregon making sculptures, travel writing for magazines and newspapers and making good things happen for people.