Welcome to a 1912 landmark home in beautiful and historic Sellwood. Formerly the beloved Candyland, the light and bright basement apartment sits in front of the Springwater trail that weaves through the city of Portland.
This is a 1 bedroom with kitchenette (no stove) , living and dining room fit for 3!
Near historic Downtown Sellwood, trendy Division/Clinton, Hawthorne and Downtown. Close to great shopping, dining and breweries get there by bus, the Max or by bike in minutes.
Welcome to a light and bright basement apartment that was recently remodeled. A separate entrance leads you to a private space.
This modern apartment features a bedroom with a new queen bed and comfortable new mattress, nightstand and dresser. The common area has high ceilings featuring a dining "room" including a microwave, mini fridge and coffee maker. (No Stove)
The living room has a large leather sectional which is great to relax on while watching TV or Netflix. Enjoy playing board games or Super Nintendo after a long day of sightseeing!
The downstairs features it's own full bathroom with a standup shower.
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The carpeted basement apartment is available for use and enjoy the backyard patio on a nice day! Soon to come; bikes available for use on the Springwater corridor.
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We are in a well established neighborhood, please keep noise limited after 9 on weekdays and 10pm on weekends.
We are a zero tolerance home so no drugs including 420. Smoking is not permitted in the house.
Please lock the door upon entering and leaving. Lights should be off when you're gone.
We love to explore our favorite city and we are lucky to live here. From trying new restaurants, attending Portland events, and staying active on the trails, mountains and the city. Our goal is to add more pins to our world map with 40 between us but home is always here in Portland.