About This 1892 Johan Poulsen House For Sale In Portland Oregon
Few homes within the city of Portland, Oregon are as iconic as the majestic Johan Poulsen House. For well over 120 years, this grand Queen Anne Victorian structure has overlooked the Willamette River and downtown Portland. The 50-foot turret with curved glass is a familiar sight to commuters on the Ross Island Bridge. Built in 1892, the home is a lasting symbol of the Poulsen family’s success in the lumber industry.
Through the years, the home has at times been left to weather in a state of disrepair. But it has also benefited from several loving owners that have both improved and preserved its features and functions. The last of this significant work occurred just prior to the home being added to the National Register of Historic Places. Now, for the first time in many years, the Poulsen House has found itself in a restored state with many notable improvements, including all new HVAC throughout, floors, sidewalks, interior & exterior paint, bathroom finishes and kitchen appliances.
The home is also zoned CM2 which allows for residential, retail services, office, medical, or school use. All of this presents an opportunity to the right buyer to own an impressive piece of history that is move-in ready. ** Please note – the seller shall install a brand new cedar shingle roof prior to close with a full price offer. ** Learn more at http://www.PoulsenHouse.com. Contact the listing agent to request a complete buyer?s package.