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BREEZE HOUSE

Lot 2, 69 NE Graham Street
Portland, Oregon USA


Summer Breeze Makes Me Feel Fine

Representing the energy of Air, BREEZE HOUSE offers four levels of conditioned space with views and breezes from large attic dormer windows to the north and south. The 2272 sf. home is surprisingly roomy with its open air design. Facing west is a large shaded private patio with an upper deck for expansive living. Without a garage, the full basement features two large flex-space rooms with a full bath. This private entry Boomerang Suite is ideal for those loved ones who keep coming back, and/or for studio, office or storage. (Bikes and mopeds welcome.)

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BREEZE HOUSE FEATURES

  • Pricing: $459,000
  • Lot Size: 1980 sf.
  • Conditioned space: 2272 sf. on four levels.
  • Color Palette: cool breezy tones of blue, gray and tan.
  • Up to five bedrooms, 4.5 baths.
  • First floor laundry/powder room.
  • Gas fireplace with natural slate hearth surround.
  • Open space design with high ceilings.
  • Kitchen: granite countertops, Energy Star stainless, chimney range
    hood, pantry.
  • Flooring: Basement, stained concrete. Level 1, carbonized vertical
    refined Bamboo. Level 2 and Attic, Shaw Green Label Plus carpeting.
  • Gas fireplace with slate hearth surround.
  • Private entry Boomerang Suite with two flex-space rooms and full bath.

LEED Platinum Energy Systems:
Wet-dry central vac, Life Breath furnace with air to air heat exchanger, wide overhangs for passive solar, triple glazed oversized windows, zero VOC paint, low flow 1.1 gpf toilets, radiant floor heat in bathrooms, rainwater harvesting for flushing toilets, insulated concrete forms (ICF’s) and envelope construction for super insulation, Hardi Plank fiber cement siding, rain shield, drought resistant native plants, trees and organic blueberry bushes for random nibbling along the Lane.

Reed Green System: Geo Sun, Fan Central, Cool Break, Green Screen, and Urbanite Delight.

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