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The Nehalem House- High-Speed wifi Roku - 16212

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Description

This 1940's bungalow in the highly sought after Woodstock neighborhood of Southeast Portland, is a real charmer. We've celebrated it's roots with true to era hardware, fixtures, custom porcelain tile, and oak flooring throughout. Dedicated fiber-optic wifi, Roku, and an alternate power source for peace of mind. No hard shut-offs in Winter storms! Stocked kitchen, luxury bedding (700+T.C.), cozy woodstove, and extras everywhere! Giant cedars, 16x20 patio, fruit trees, lilac, iris, BBQ, enjoy!
We lived here until our family outgrew this cute bungalow. This is the rental that doesn't feel like a rental. Every detail has been thought of to make this Woodstock Area Bungalow stay true to it's roots. We've respected the old school charm of custom tile work, hardwood floors, glass door knobs, and custom lighting. Nestled in a very quiet, sought after neighborhood, this two bedroom, one bath bungalow is a beauty: 736 square feet, on huge 7,000 square foot lot. Mature natural landscape, with fruit trees (Asian pear, Purple fig, White fig, Pear), lilacs, huge cedars, flowering plants, vintage tulips and iris). You won't find another home for rent with this kind of appeal.
New, top-of-the-line, energy efficient windows throughout, and LED lighting throughout. Wood-stove for heating alternative.
Huge 16' X 20', custom, stamped concrete patio in backyard.
You'll be quite comfortable here. We're confident of that.
The Woodstock neighborhood in Southeast Portland is one of the most desirable locations in Portland. Property values are very high in this area, as properties get grabbed up just as soon as they go on the market. That is because the Woodstock neighborhood has all the appeal of Portland, wrapped up in a nice neat package, without going downtown. There are tons of cute shops, restaurants, markets, and more. We're also nestled right next to East Moreland and Sellwood neighborhoods, known for the beauty and the ample antique stores. This house is just half a block from public transportation, so hopping downtown is a snap too.
We'd fixed this place up for ourselves, back before it was too small for our family. It's not your ordinary rental.


Managed by: Owner

Contact Person: Karen

Features

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Square Feet: 736
  • Furnished: Yes
  • CHBO Complete: Yes
  • Property Type: Bungalow
  • Property Setup: Entire Home
  • Minimum Stay: 1 Month
  • Entry Floor: Ground Level
  • Pets: No
  • Smoking: No
  • Listing Creation: 05/01/2017
  • Listing Last Updated: 04/30/2021
  • Calendar Last Updated: 08/31/2017

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Managed by

  • First Name: Karen
  • Relation to Property: Owner

Location

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  • City: Portland
  • State: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 97206
  • Cross Streets:

    SE 45th Street and SE Woodstock Avenue

Amenities

Amenities

Air Conditioning

Washer/Dryer in Unit

WiFi

Parking

Parking Included

Views

Trees/Park View



Rates

Rental Rate

  • $3450 Per Month

  • Other Fees:

    Security Deposit:$750
    (Refundable)

    Cleaning Fee:$250


  • Special Rental Offer:

    Weekly housekeeping available at $250 weekly. (restock and clean)

Details and Terms:


All utilities paid. Dedicated fiber-optic high-speed wifi, with alternate power back-up. Roku included to signin to your favorite channels. Portions of months are charged at $219 nightly rate.

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Reviews

Kendra

09/29/2017


Review Star


RENTER beware!! This house is cute, but unfortunately the owners were untruthful on most things after leaving. I would suggest potential renters take pictures upon your departure so you can arm yourself with what they will blame you for to justify why you might not get your security deposit back or potentially ask for more money. Owners instructed to keep garbage cans in the garage (yard debris can, garbage and recycle). Upon arrival for our stay the garage smelled horrid because of the cans in the garage and then owners complain “the house and garage reeked and cannot get the smell to dissipate”. The garage is full of cobwebs and spiders. Be sure you don't touch, use or clean anything because it will end up costing you. It cost $600 to clean a 736 sq. ft. house ($250 up front + $350 additional cleaning). You will be accused of things you didn't do or you used. Claimed we laundered a bedspread (not true!). The Wamsutta white bath mat was used making it dirty (what?). The tea kettle is burned on a side (we didn’t even use). This is just a short example of accusations. Good luck taking a shower, you will have to pull the lift for a few minutes before any water comes out and there's barely enough water pressure to clean a toe.

Karen

Response from : Karen (Owner)

This was the first and only time we've even needed to utilize a deposit; the guest was not honest about who would be staying in our house and brought in a two year old without our approval. Everything in the house was rearranged in what appeared to be an effort to baby-proof our home. After their 1 month stay, the garbage odor permeated the entire house. There was no garbage at all when they arrived. I offered to come by weekly to take out trash, but they declined. The bathmat had yellow stains peppering it that were impossible to remove. The shower curtain was also stained heavily, but I didn't even include that in my report. Everything is there for our guests comfort. We did expect for our belongings to be cared for respectfully, as all of our past guests have done. Our down comforter was covered with what I call "pills", when the fabric twists into little hard knots all over. The satin finish on the fabric was also gone, which is a symptom of laundering. I left two extra sets of sheets in each bedroom, and asked that used sheets be set by the janitor's closet in provided laundry bags. It seems that it would be obvious not to them try to wash the comforter in light of these instructions. The tea kettle had burn marks up one entire side. This doesn't necessarily mean it was used; it simply means it was close to something that burnt it; perhaps a pan they were cooking in close by. Our storage foot stool was full of crackers, had two holes poked in it on two sides, and chips out of the wooden trays that set on top. The sofas and chair had food stuck to them that required scrubbing to remove. The marks from the food removal are permanent. One of our headboards was broken as well; coming away from the bed requiring repair. Our cleaning crew charged us an additional $350 because of all of the additional work to be done, which included removal of purplish-blue paint from the top of the wood-stove and upholstery cleaning. The deposit did not cover these costs.

Erin

09/27/2017


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What a cozy home. Very nice. I love the tile work! The owner was very helpful and left very clear instructions on upkeep for the house. If I am in Portland again, I will definitely be picking this house to stay in.

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Kendra

09/29/2017


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RENTER beware!! This house is cute, but unfortunately the owners were untruthful on most things after leaving. I would suggest potential renters take pictures upon your departure so you can arm yourself with what they will blame you for to justify why you might not get your security deposit back or potentially ask for more money. Owners instructed to keep garbage cans in the garage (yard debris can, garbage and recycle). Upon arrival for our stay the garage smelled horrid because of the cans in the garage and then owners complain “the house and garage reeked and cannot get the smell to dissipate”. The garage is full of cobwebs and spiders. Be sure you don't touch, use or clean anything because it will end up costing you. It cost $600 to clean a 736 sq. ft. house ($250 up front + $350 additional cleaning). You will be accused of things you didn't do or you used. Claimed we laundered a bedspread (not true!). The Wamsutta white bath mat was used making it dirty (what?). The tea kettle is burned on a side (we didn’t even use). This is just a short example of accusations. Good luck taking a shower, you will have to pull the lift for a few minutes before any water comes out and there's barely enough water pressure to clean a toe.

Karen

Response from : Karen (Owner)

This was the first and only time we've even needed to utilize a deposit; the guest was not honest about who would be staying in our house and brought in a two year old without our approval. Everything in the house was rearranged in what appeared to be an effort to baby-proof our home. After their 1 month stay, the garbage odor permeated the entire house. There was no garbage at all when they arrived. I offered to come by weekly to take out trash, but they declined. The bathmat had yellow stains peppering it that were impossible to remove. The shower curtain was also stained heavily, but I didn't even include that in my report. Everything is there for our guests comfort. We did expect for our belongings to be cared for respectfully, as all of our past guests have done. Our down comforter was covered with what I call "pills", when the fabric twists into little hard knots all over. The satin finish on the fabric was also gone, which is a symptom of laundering. I left two extra sets of sheets in each bedroom, and asked that used sheets be set by the janitor's closet in provided laundry bags. It seems that it would be obvious not to them try to wash the comforter in light of these instructions. The tea kettle had burn marks up one entire side. This doesn't necessarily mean it was used; it simply means it was close to something that burnt it; perhaps a pan they were cooking in close by. Our storage foot stool was full of crackers, had two holes poked in it on two sides, and chips out of the wooden trays that set on top. The sofas and chair had food stuck to them that required scrubbing to remove. The marks from the food removal are permanent. One of our headboards was broken as well; coming away from the bed requiring repair. Our cleaning crew charged us an additional $350 because of all of the additional work to be done, which included removal of purplish-blue paint from the top of the wood-stove and upholstery cleaning. The deposit did not cover these costs.

Erin

09/27/2017


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What a cozy home. Very nice. I love the tile work! The owner was very helpful and left very clear instructions on upkeep for the house. If I am in Portland again, I will definitely be picking this house to stay in.

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