Somewhat Walkable

4000 CARMAN DR #43

Lake Oswego, OR 97035


$205,000

Open House Dates

RESIDENTIAL
2 Beds
2 Baths
866 sqft
MLS
17176692
Tastefully updated one level living in Lake Oswego! Two bedroom, two full bath condo with lovely master suite, fireplace, serene deck with lovely wooded view & large great room space. All appliances stay including refrigerator & washer/dryer. Enjoy the community pool, club house and hot tub! Easy walk to the shops and restaurants or Kruse Village & Boones Ferry!
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Property Details
Price
$205,000
Sub Type
Condominium
Bedrooms
2
bathrooms
2.0
Square Feet
866
Style
Traditional
Levels
1
Year Built
1988
Garage Spaces
1
Garage Type
Carport
No. Units
108
Accessibility
Yes
Location
Subdivision:
The Forest Condomiums
County:
Clackamas
Status:
Sold
Association Fees:
$322.00 / Monthly
Estimated Taxes:
$2,202
Listing Office:
Windermere Realty Trust
Listing Last Updated:
November 20, 2017 11:19 AM
Schools
Elementary
Oak Creek
Middle
Lake Oswego
High
Lake Oswego
Accessibility Features
One Level*
Natural Lighting*
Walk in Shower*
Ground Level
Main Floor Bedroom w/Bath

 Interior
Interior
Heating
Baseboard
Fuel
Electricity
Hot Water
Electricity
Master Bedroom
Main
Basement
No Basement
Fireplaces
1
Fireplaces Description
Electricity
Features
Tile Floor
Washer/Dryer
Wall to Wall Carpet
Vinyl Floor
Kitchen
Built-in Microwave
Built-in Dishwasher
Tile
Free-Standing Range
Freestanding Refrigerator
Living Room
Fireplace

 Exterior
Exterior
Roof Type
Tile
Features
Deck
Siding
Wood

 Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Sewer
Public
Water
Public
View
Trees
lot description
Commons
Secluded


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Lake Oswego


With its serene setting and pristine grounds, it’s hard to believe that Lake Oswego is located just eight miles from Portland. Until its establishment in 1847, the city was a small collection of farms and homesteads on land rich with iron ore. Oregon Iron Company was founded with the goal to make Lake Oswego a major industrial center. Following the fall of the iron industry, the land was sold to some of Oregon’s original land developers and a residential district was established.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

Exceptional schools, beautiful homes and strong civic pride make Lake Oswego one of Oregon’s most exclusive and sophisticated neighborhoods. Residents are highly involved in community events and issues whether it’s volunteering at the city library, restoring outdoor habitats in parks and green spaces or attending an exhibit of a local artist.

Many of the homes along the shores of Oswego Lake are as impressive as the natural beauty around them. Original homes reflect the classic architectural style of the area’s history, including English cottage, Tudor revival, Victorian and Craftsman. Newer estates are modern and contemporary, constructed of high quality materials consistent with the area’s luxurious atmosphere.

 

LOCAL SCENE

The area’s downtown business district is a popular destination for high-end shopping, dining and art galleries surrounded by breathtaking views of the lake. Outdoor art decorates downtown blocks while hanging flower baskets, carefully-chosen plantings and green trees enhance the city’s appeal.

Lake Oswego is host to a thriving art scene and a popular destination is the Lakewood Center for the Arts. Dedicated to education and programming in the visual arts and theater, the center provides a schedule of classic and modern plays as well as classes for students aspiring to become actors and playwrights.

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

Lake Oswego’s proximity to Oswego Lake and the Willamette River allow residents the opportunity to experience a variety of water activities close to home. At the city-owned water sports center, rowing, kayaking and canoeing lessons are offered for kids and adults. Choose from two swimming facilities conveniently located on the river, or head to Waluga Park with its 53 acres of beautifully-maintained hiking trails and sport fields. 



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Windermere Realty Trust

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