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18273 S NANCY JEAN WAY

Oregon City, OR 97045


$795,000

Open House Dates

RESIDENTIAL
4 Beds
3.1 Baths
3,828 sqft
MLS
17169757
Country home on over 1 acre usable land w/ chicken coop and 2 story garage. Formal dining room and gourmet kitchen w/ ss appliances and breakfast nook. Living room & game room w/ fireplaces. 2 suites and 2 bedrooms upstairs along w/ laundry. Wraparound porch and patio w/ fire pit. Motivated seller!
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Property Details
Price
$795,000
Sub Type
Single Family Residence
Bedrooms
4
bathrooms
3.1
Square Feet
3,828
Style
2 Story, Craftsman
Levels
2
Year Built
2008
Acres
1.09
Garage Spaces
3
Garage Type
Detached
Location
County:
Clackamas
Status:
Active
Estimated Taxes:
$6,985
Listing Office:
Knipe Realty NW, Inc
Listing Last Updated:
October 20, 2017 7:53 AM
Schools
Elementary
Redland
Middle
Ogden
High
Oregon City

 Interior
Interior
Heating
Forced Air, Heat Pump
Fuel
Propane
Cooling
Heat Pump
Hot Water
Propane
Master Bedroom
Upper
Fireplaces
2
Fireplaces Description
Pellet Stove, Propane
Features
Ceiling Fan
Laundry
Sound System
Sprinkler
Tile Floor
High Ceilings
Hi-Speed Connection
Soaking Tub
Wood Floors
Granite
Kitchen
Built-in Microwave
Built-in Dishwasher
Disposal
Gas Appliances
Island
Pantry
Built-in Double Oven
Freestanding Refrigerator
Granite
Cooktop

 Exterior
Exterior
Foundation
Crawlspace
Roof Type
Composition
Features
Deck
Fenced
Patio
Porch
RV Parking or RV Park
Sprinkler
RV Hook-up
Vinyl Window-Double Paned
Yard
Chicken Coop
Siding
Fiber Cement

 Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Acres
1.09
Zoning
RA1
Sewer
Sand Filtered
Water
Public
lot description
Level


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Oregon City


Abundant with history, Oregon City is a delightful community located southeast of Portland just below the Willamette River Falls. Originally a fishing locale and trading post, the area quickly industrialized; large steamboats floated the powerful Willamette River transporting goods between the upper valley and Oregon City. Known as the end of the Oregon Trail, the influx of settlers continued the area’s rapid growth into a center of industry.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

Significantly rooted in Oregon’s history, the community continues to celebrate its heritage while remaining progressive. The award-winning Blue Collar Creative initiative was established in order to attract innovative professionals to reside and work in the revitalized downtown district. Oregon City has become a delicate blend of small town values and urban development, making it a desirable place to live.

The styles of homes in Oregon City span a broad range of architecture and vary depending on the location. In the more established neighborhoods you’ll find quaint farmhouses reflective of the area’s past next to vintage bungalows and cottages. The newer developments offer large sprawling estates built with high-efficiency materials.

 

LOCAL SCENE

A history buff’s dream, Oregon City is best known for its historical landmarks and museums. Investigate pioneer roots at the End of the Oregon Trail Visitor Center where exhibits and activities educate visitors about the state’s fascinating history. Dedicated to the commemoration of Oregon’s history, downtown buildings are decorated with colorful murals illustrating the past. This part of town is home to a few retail shops, numerous restaurants, cafes, and bars.

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

Oregon City hosts 22 parks within its boundaries with plans to add several more in the future. These parks offer miles of well-maintained hiking trails, playgrounds, a skate park and plenty of open green space. Anglers swarm to the banks of the Willamette to catch their share of famous Northwest seafood including Coho salmon, bass, bluegill and perch. Located in the historic downtown district, the 130-foot tall Oregon City Municipal Elevator is one of only four municipal elevators in the world. Originally designed to connect downtown with the upper level business and residential districts, the elevator is a tourist destination due to the spectacular views from the observation deck of the Willamette Falls and downtown. 



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