Quaint home in the delightful Overlook neighborhood in North Portland. Master bedroom on main level has queen size bed and dormer upstairs has one king and one standard bed. The full kitchen is stocked with a few pantry items for your. Home is one block from Max (public transit) and a Bike Town station, and is a short walk to Historic Mississippi Arts district. The yard is fenced and well behaved pets are allowed with a $25 pet fee.
Home has 2 bedrooms with the master on the main (queen size bed) and an upstairs guest room with a King and Regular bed. Close to the Max yellow line for ease of access to downtown Portland, the expo or convention center or to/from the airport.
Home, fenced back yard, and off street parking.
Interaction with guests
I am available at anytime for calls if you need assistance while staying at the house.
Other things to note
Check-in time is 4pm and checkout is noon unless you make special arrangements with me prior to check-in. I try to be flexible to meet your travel needs.
No smoking please. If you have pets please wipe their feet (towels provided). This is a well loved home and we ask that you enjoy yourselves and be comfortable but respectful.
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The photo is of the beach at Manzanita with Neahkahnie mountain and my daughter Teisha and poodle Sasha. Someone once told Teisha that Neahkahnie means Fire Mountain or, maybe she said that this is what the Native American's who originally inhabited this area call it. Neahkahnie. Either way, it is a beautiful mountain to see from below and Manzanita is equally charming to view from the mountain’s shoulder as you drive over the mountain and into town. Manzanita means ‘little apple” and the town really does have a sweetness to it.
Our roots run deep and long as fifth generation Oregonians originating from Richland Oregon. It's as far as you can get from the beach at Manzanita and as close as you can get to the Idaho border. More fish and slow elk than people but lots of conversation. If you are in the area check out our family place known as Uncle George's.