4305 Nw Sage Loop

Camas, WA 98607
40 Days on Market HOA Fee $115.00 /Monthly Taxes $4,116 /yr
RESIDENTIAL
3 Beds
2.1 Baths
1,676 sqft
MLS
19174280
Great INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY in the gated Parker Village community! These 4 townhomes are in excellent condition with quality finishes. Located in the highly sought after Camas School District. Address include 4305, 4243, 4245 & 4231 NW Sage Loop, Camas. Ideal for a 1031 Exchange with fully leased units at $2400 per month. Cap Rate of 5% with Gross Income of $115,200 and Annual expenses of $23,826.22.
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Co-listed By Marin Sinclair

Broker, Licensed in Washington

Price
$1,800,000
Sub Type
Attached
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2.5
Square Feet
1,676
Style
Common, 2 Story
Levels
2
Year Built
2017
Acres
0.05
Garage Spaces
2
Garage Type
Attached
Location
Subdivision
PARKER VILLAGE
County
Clark
Status
Active
Association Fees
$115.00 / Monthly
Estimated Taxes
$4,116
Listing Office
The Hasson Company
Listing Last Updated
July 18, 2019 9:05 PM
Schools
Elementary
Grass Valley
Middle
Skyridge
High
Camas
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Interior
Interior
Heating
Forced Air 95+%
Fuel
Electricity, Gas
Cooling
Central Air
Hot Water
Electricity
Master Bedroom
Upper
Fireplaces
1
Fireplaces Description
Gas
Features
Ceiling Fan(s)
Garage Door Opener
Hardwood Floors
Laundry
Tile Floor
Vaulted Ceiling(s)
Wall to Wall Carpet
High Ceilings
High Speed Internet
Granite
Fireplace
Kitchen
Microwave
Dishwasher
Disposal
Gas Appliances
Island
Pantry
Plumbed for Ice Maker
Free-Standing Range
Granite
Stainless Steel Appliance(s)
Dining Room
Hardwood Floors
Nook
Living Room
Fireplace
Great Room
Hardwood Floors

Exterior
Exterior
Roof Type
Composition
Features
Covered Courtyard
Fenced
Sprinkler
Paved Road
Yard
Siding
Cement Siding

Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Acres
0.05
Zoning
CC
Sewer
Public Sewer
Water
Public
View
Mountain(s)
lot description
Level
Gentle Sloping
Gated


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Camas


Officially incorporated in 1906, Camas was named after the camas lily. Historically, the commercial base of the city was the paper mill; however, more recently, an influx of several high-tech companies have located there. This city of 17,950 residents is located 13 miles from Vancouver and 14 miles from Portland.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

From its origins as a paper-mill town, Camas has expanded, developed, and successfully blended a mix of cultures, values and vision. These ideals have been instrumental in promoting diverse economic growth, encouraging development of livable neighborhoods, protecting open space, and building parks and other recreational amenities.

Prune Hill rises over the western half of the city and showcases large homes hugging the hillsides with views of Mt. Hood and the city lights of downtown Portland. Descending from the top of the hill and past the lake, one enters the more established areas, with home styles including traditional, Craftsman, older Victorians, modern homes on large park-like lots, condos, and townhomes.

 

LOCAL SCENE

Downtown, charming antique stores, clothing shops from upscale to consignment, gift and coffee shops, restaurants, a historic theatre and much more are housed in well-preserved older buildings. Trees, planters and sitting areas create a beautiful, relaxing place to shop or have a cup of coffee with friends. A large, newly remodeled brick library sits proudly, overlooking the downtown streets. Plus, an array of shopping centers, plazas and professional services are just minutes away, east of downtown, with the backdrop of the Columbia River and Mount Hood.

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

There are 12 parks in Camas including a skate park, providing playgrounds, picnic tables and walking paths.

Lacamas Lake Regional Park is a 312-acre forested reserve just north of downtown. There are six miles of paved and unpaved trails that wind through forested areas, some with old-growth trees, a cascading waterfall, and a small lake to paddle a canoe. The lakeside day-use area has a playground, picnic tables and restrooms. Fishermen test their skills against bass, bluegill and perch in Round Lake, which is open to non-motorized boats only, and has a 1.2 mile trail surrounding it.



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Steve Studley  

CEO, Broker, Licensed in Washington

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Co-Listed By

Marin Sinclair  

Broker, Licensed in Washington

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  • Mobile 360-907-3098
  • Office 360-816-2600
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The Hasson Company

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