Come stay in a wonderful, historic home in central Portland, just 10 minutes walk from Mt Tabor. The theme of the space is local art, music, culture and history. If you're here at the right time, you might even catch a house concert - normally Friday or Saturday nights.
This lovely Italianate Victorian home includes a warm and welcoming parlor, a huge great room, large dining room, spacious kitchen, laundry, two bathrooms and two spacious bedrooms. Each bedroom features a super comfy queen size bed. A huge, open attic studio and another bedroom provide additional room to spread out if needed.
Both the dining room and the great room feature gorgeous window seats. The beautiful garden can be seen from the dining room. Because the house is situated on the crest of a hill, views from all three floors are quite stunning. You'll see the downtown city lights in the evening when you look west from the dining room or the attic studio. On a clear day, you can often make out Mount St Helens towards the north.
This home was built in 1888 by William E. Brainard and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn more by searching for "William E Brainard house" on any search engine and select the Wikipedia link.
I feel so lucky to live in this amazing home and love sharing it with others.
If you stay here, you will have access to the full house. I live and work from here but can be quiet or more involved, depending on your preference.
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I work from home as a web developer, so I'm around a lot. I'm happy to help you find things in Portland or think up interesting places to see and things to do.
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Please contact me if the minimum stay isn't workable for you. I may be able to make an exception for you.
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I love meeting new people and visiting new places. I run a small web development company and work from home. I love the freedom and room for creativity this offers me. I love living in Portland, Oregon.