3125 Se Van Water St

Milwaukie, OR 97222
104 Days on Market Taxes $9,517 /yr
MULTIFAMILY
MLS
19483329
OWN THE WHOLE COMPOUND! 3 parcels+ 2 amazing homes-A converted Victorian Church w/basement apartment & the "Parsonage House" next door w/ 2 bedroom 1 bath remodeled home & another basement apartment. Use it as a COMMERCIAL GOLD MINE:Restaurant? Venue? B&B? OR live in a unit and rent the other 3! Currently licensed vacation rental. Museum quality architectural pieces throughout. On the Portland border w/ Clackamas co taxes. A MUST SEE!
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Price
$1,524,000
Levels
4
Year Built
1892
No. Units
4
Location
Subdivision
ARDENWALD
County
Clackamas
Status
Active
Estimated Taxes
$9,517
Listing Office
Keller Williams Realty Profes.
Listing Last Updated
July 10, 2019 1:21 PM
Schools
Elementary
Ardenwald
Middle
Rowe
High
Milwaukie
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Interior
Interior
Heating
Forced Air
Fuel
Gas
Hot Water
Gas
Basement
Finished, Full Basement

Exterior
Exterior
Basement
Finished, Full Basement
Description
Wood Siding

Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Zoning
CL
Sewer
Public Sewer
Water
Public
lot description
Corner


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Milwaukie


Known as the “Dogwood City” of the West and the birthplace of the Bing Cherry; Milwaukie was settled and claimed by Pioneer Lot Whitcomb in 1847 and was formally incorporated in 1903 by an Act of the Oregon State Legislature. Its location along the Willamette River attracted entrepreneurs who established lumber mills at the turn of the century. The old wood trimmed buildings from the city’s early days still stand, preserving the city’s historic essence.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

Between 1950 and 2010, the population of Milwaukie grew from 5,000 to over 20,000. Homes are reminiscent of the area’s history and future development. Comprised of single-family homes, you’ll find several classic styles including Old Portland, quaint cottage, Cape Cod and ranch. Expertly restored farmhouses, stately mansions, English Tudors and Queen Anne’s provide modern amenities with vintage grandeur. Residents seeking lower maintenance properties can choose from a selection of contemporary condos and row homes.

 

LOCAL SCENE

The revival of downtown Milwaukie includes new apartments, retail space, and a riverfront park. Residents can take advantage locally owned boutiques, restaurants, and coffee shops. People from all around the area visit the popular Farmer’s Market in Downtown Milwaukie every Sunday starting in May through October. Come and enjoy the live music, assortment of food options, and merchandise from more than 75 vendors. Music lovers can rejoice during the summer months when both Ardenwald Park and Scott Park host outdoor concerts for the public.

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

Milwaukie’s location provides residents access to a wide variety of outdoor recreation. Popular Elk Rock Island has designated habitats to protect and nurture several species of plants, mammals, reptiles and birds, and is located in the middle of the Willamette River. Accessible during the summer and autumn seasons, locals come to the area to relax and picnic among the ancient forest and explore the park’s miles of winding trails. Other local outdoor activities include public parks, kayaking, fishing and biking.



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