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New, large, clean home in Bethany

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12 gasten5 slaapkamers7 bedden3,5 badkamers
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My place is close to
--1.5 hours to the beach
--30 minutes from airport
--nightlife
--family-friendly activities
-- public transport
--Family friendly neighborhood
--easy access to downtown
--PCC, PSU, OHSU
--Minutes away from Intel, Nike headquarters & Max station.
--beautiful hikes and trails
--biking
--OMSI
--Voodoo Donuts and
--Powell's bookstore
--Japanese gardens
--15 minutes from Oregon zoo
--Portland Trailblazers
My place is good for couples, families (with kids), and big groups.

De ruimte
Three levels with bedroom
And media/bonus room on third floor. Media room has foosball table, basketball arcade and a treadmill. Also has a large screen tv with Xbox and wii access. Backyard BBQ. Gaslit fireplace, large library of books, recently tuned piano.
Microwave, DOUBLE oven, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer available for use. Jetted bathtub in master. Bath and shower in each upstairs bathroom. Half bath downstairs.
Plenty of hotwater, and pantry, perishables in fridge and spice cabinet access. Kuerig Coffee machine.

Toegang voor gasten
You will have access to all rooms in the house, though this is our primary residence so closets and dresser drawers have limited space.
Shampoo/conditioner and soap are available for use as well as all basic linens.

Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
Xbox, Wii, DVDs, books, Stereo sound system, crock pot, rice cooker, kitchenaid, washer and dryer, dishwasher, AC. Foosball table, lots of seating, basketball arcade game, dozens of board games. Double oven, gas fire place.

Small backyard, but on a culdesac and dead end. Near greenspace and an awesome park for kids.
My place is close to
--1.5 hours to the beach
--30 minutes from airport
--nightlife
--family-friendly activities
-- public transport
--Family friendly neighborhood
--easy access to downtown
--PCC, PSU, OHSU
--Minutes away from Intel, Nike headquarters & Max station.
--beautiful hikes and trails
--biking
--OMSI
--Voodoo Donuts and
--Powell's bo…

Slaapkamerindeling

Slaapkamer 1
1 kingsize bed
Slaapkamer 2
2 eenpersoonsbedden
Slaapkamer 3
2 eenpersoonsbedden
Slaapkamer 4
1 tweepersoonsbed
Slaapkamer 5
1 queensize bed

Voorzieningen

Gratis parkeren op het terrein
Keuken
Wifi
Ontbijt
Kabel TV
Open haard
TV
Droger
Airconditioning
Wasmachine

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Locatie

Sommerset West - Elmonica North, Portland, Oregon

Let us know what your interests are, or what activities you hope to participate in during your stay. We can then make further suggestions on what might enhance your visit.

WHAT’S NEARBY:
Portland Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, Arboretum (NW Hills) make for beautiful pictures, as well as stunning views for garden enthusiasts.

The Pittock Mansion in NW Hills; take a tour of the historic house or have a picnic on the scenic grounds, overlooking the City skyline.

For boutiques and Portland-esque cafes' NW 23rd & NW 21st (aka “NOB HILL”) is worth the visit. As the city grew, many old Victorian houses were saved from demolition, moved to the NW, and now house spas, eateries and unique shops. You will have a chance to compare one coffee to another, buy hand-made chocolates, a slice of NY pizza, gelato, candy, a fresh bagel, tall desserts or simply people-watch.

During the summer months, there are several Farmer's markets @ PSU Park blocks, Beaverton and elsewhere (often Wednesday and Saturday mornings), where you can meet the growers and sample/purchase the best of Northwest organic fruits, vegetables, wild mushrooms, cheeses, breads and more.

Powell's book is another family favorite and a must-see on your tour in downtown Portland.

Trails and parks with beautiful views are available down at Willamette Waterfront (Tom McCall Park), followed by a good meal. Our favorites nearby there are The Portland Grill (lunch with 360 view, atop US Bank Tower) or The Heathman’s (at Riverplace). If family dining is preferred, the “Original” Old Spaghetti Factory is the purple-roofed structure, on SW waterfront (Have your pasta, while watching boaters on the river). For a unique, but fabulous Mezza or vegan fare, try Nicholas Lebanese restaurant (on SE Grand).

Also enjoy our Saturday's Market in “Old Town” adjacent to the Willamette River, weekends only, you will often find hundreds of booths for art, crafts, jewelry, music and foods. Pick up a unique item, hand-made by a local artisan.

THE MUST-SEE’s:

The Gorge The mighty Columbia, east on I-84. You can take the longer “Old Historic Highway” with visits to Vista House (expansive views), driving past orchards, waterfalls, hiking trails, or go the direct highway route.

Make time to visit Timberline Lodge near Mt. Hood (1+ hour drive East on Hwy 26). Get up close to our cone-shaped mountain in the “Cascade Range” volcanic peaks. Take an interpretive tour of this grand pre-WWII lodge, constructed of solid stone and huge timbers. Considering this remote site, Timberline’s construction in 1 year, is truly a feat which cannot be duplicated today.

Another beautiful hike that is also great for both exercise and photography enthusiasts is: Multnomah Falls (I-84E).

Tour Bonneville Dam, then visit Army Corps of Engineers' Interpretive Center. Learn about local history, hydro-electric power and don’t miss the Fish ladders. Children can watch Salmon swimming upstream to spawn, biologists counting/measuring fish (seasonal) and knowledgeable guides or U.S. Park Rangers to explain things further.

Cascade Locks then cross Bridge of the Gods (minor toll) to enter the State of Washington and admire the stunning views.

Visit Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, WA for a nice resting point, a late lunch, fabulous vistas and local artwork. Ask about the lodge’s day activities: Maybe the swim center, the spa, golf, horseback riding?

Tualatin Hills Park and Rec district is our local city pool and basketball court. Fun for families at low cost, contact us for more details on how to get in.

McMenamins Edgefield poor house (I-84E in Troutdale). McMenamin Brothers have converted old, often dilapidated historical buildings throughout the NW, into pubs, brewhouses and movie/music venues. At Edgefield, sample a variety of beers, learn about restoration and movie history, enjoy the grounds and what’s on the agenda during your visit.

The MUSEUM OF FLIGHT & THE SPRUCE GOOSE (Howard Hughes fame) in McMinnville, featuring the largest wooden airplane ever constructed.

Over to Vancouver, Washington Columbia River Waterfront (I-5N, 1st WA Exit) enjoy water view restaurants (such as Who Song & Larry’s) and river’s edge walking trails. Watch for barges transporting wheat and timber to the Port of Portland, for shipment to Asia and around the world.

Visit Officer's Row Grant House and General Marshall House. (I-5N 1st exit, Washington State)

Tour Fort Vancouver (especially fun over the 4th of July) for a historical view of how the British Hudson Bay Company's Chief Factor lived, before this region was a U.S. State or even a Territory. Rangers at the fort have films, displays and tours, to explain this whole region, when it was inhabited by fur trappers and native tribes. Learn about Indian Point blankets, exchanged for fine beaver pelts, used to make Victorian-era top hats and high fashion items.

Mt St. Helen's volcano and interpretive center (I-5N, follow the signs EAST). See how much nature has come back and reclaimed, following the devastating eruption in 1980.

Oregon Beaches, particularly close to us is Seaside or Cannon Beach (1+ hour west on Hwy-26 West). Take a sweater or even a coat, as these rustic coastal towns are nothing like the Pacific Ocean beaches of Southern California, Hawaii or Mexico. During seasonal migration, don’t forget to add a whale watching adventure to your itinerary!

CHILDREN’S FAVORITES:
We have four kids, so we are familiar with the family scene. If you don't want to go far, there are dozens of local parks in the nearby area. "Pirate Park" is just a short walk down the street from us with hours worth of fun in the sand, swings, or pirate ship play ground.

For a bigger adventure, the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI) is a good way to spend the day indoors and is another family favorite. Contact us for more information as we occasionally have extra passes for this that can save you some money.

The Oregon zoo is only a few exits East of us on the freeway towards downtown Portland and is right next door to the Children's museum and Forestry center which are all nearby in Washington Park (NW Hills). Washington Park has a great playground and is a must see for photography enthusiasts!

For nature hikes or bird watching, visit the AUDUBON SOCIETY INTERPRETIVE CENTER (Skyline Drive to Cornell, Left). Visit their rehab center for injured creatures and the Vets caring for them, plus their store for fine books, gifts and educational toys.

The Portland Spirit River Cruise gives you a relaxed experience on the Willamette from downtown.

The OHSU Gondolla over the I-5 Freeway is a scenic, entertaining ride.

THE WINERIES, BREWERIES, FOODIES AND ADVENTURERS: For breakfast aficionados, there are many restaurants featuring hearty, fresh breakfasts: Among them are: BESAWS Café (NW 23rd, closing sad), THE Waffle Window is a huge hit for every member of the family or The Tin Shed café (NE Alberta), BIJOU café and more. VooDoo Donuts is a classic and very popular downtown Portland visit, though there is a Krispy Kreme 5 minutes from our house and you won't have to wait in line!

ADVENTURE TOURS of the Gorge, Mt Hood and Columbia, Willamette, Sandy Rivers and tributaries. For those who prefer challenging hikes, there are dozens of trails, within our immediate neighborhood (watch out for those steep hills), as well as the largest urban 5,000 ACRE "FOREST PARK".

For CULINARY ADVENTURES, using seasonal organic produce, fish, NW bounty, try Agricurean Escapes.

ARTS, CONCERTS & FESTIVALS:
See City Guides or A&E publications for special events.
PORTLAND ART MUSEUM
ARLENE SCHNITZER CONCERT HALL

THE BASICS, Groceries, Cleaners, ATM:
1. Just down the street off of Bethany Blvd--within walking distance--you will see two banks with ATMs, QFC, Walgreens, Dry Cleaning, UPS store, hair salons, small specialty food and gift shops and several small food court style restaurants. These are some of our family's favorite places to eat (Zeek's in particular is often requested as it has something for every age group at our house).
2. 24-Hour Fitness, dozens of regular chain style restaurants, Target, Regal movie theater, Michael's craft store, a full outdoor shopping mall (Streets of Tanasbourne) as well as several gas stations are a few minutes farther west.
Let us know what your interests are, or what activities you hope to participate in during your stay. We can then make further suggestions on what might enhance your visit.

WHAT’S NEARBY:
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Aangeboden door Chelsea

Lid sinds september 2015
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I am a professional photographer. I love to read whatever my favorite genre of the month is (or listen to it on audible!!). I also love to learn new things, cook new recipes, and be with my friends and family or snuggled alone with a book or a binge-worthy show. I love Podcasts and walking my dog. I play indoor co-ed soccer, crossfit and I love a little competition --but don't even try and beat me playing skee-ball at Chuckie Cheese. ;) Most importantly, my husband and I have four kids and I absolutely love being a mom. (Most days anyway). Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy your visit to Portland. We love this beautiful city and know you will too!
I am a professional photographer. I love to read whatever my favorite genre of the month is (or listen to it on audible!!). I also love to learn new things, cook new recipes, and b…
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