3636 SE Oak St

Portland, OR 97214
Sold at $1,200,000
3636 SE OAK ST Portland, OR 97214
RESIDENTIAL
4 Beds
3 Baths
3,306 sqft
MLS
21635194
House built in 1946 by legendary architect Herman Brookman. Brookman also built the Bitar Mansion also in Laurelhurst neighborhood.The house described in the Historic Resource Inventory as a combination Hip and gable roof with wide overhanging eves. Brick exterior. The architecture is a recipient of an AIA award.
Very Walkable
Price
$1,200,000
Sub Type
Attached
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
3
Square Feet
3,306
Style
2 Story
Levels
2
Year Built
1948
Acres
0.31
Garage Spaces
2
Garage Type
Detached
Accessibility
Yes
Location
Subdivision
LAURELHURST
County
Multnomah
Status
Sold
Estimated Taxes
$14,454
Listing Office
Wicklund & Associates, LLC
Listing Last Updated
July 26, 2021 2:59 PM
Schools
Elementary
Abernethy
Middle
Hosford
High
Franklin
Accessibility Features
Bathroom Cabinets
Built-in Lighting
Kitchen Cabinets
Accessible Entrance
Parking
Walk-in Shower
Accessible Hallway(s)
Garage on Main
Utility Room On Main
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Interior
Interior
Heating
Hot Water, Other
Fuel
Electricity, Gas
Master Bedroom
Main
Fireplaces
2
Fireplaces Description
Gas
Features
Ceiling Fan(s)
Garage Door Opener
Hardwood Floors
Laundry
Tile Floor
Wall to Wall Carpet
High Ceilings
High Speed Internet
Laminate Flooring
Soaking Tub
Wood Floors
Kitchen
Trash Compactor
Dishwasher
Disposal
Pantry
Built-in Oven
Plumbed For Ice Maker
Double Oven
Free-Standing Refrigerator
Convection Oven
Cooktop
Range Hood

Exterior
Exterior
Roof Type
Composition
Features
Covered Patio
Patio
Security Lights
Tool Shed
Outdoor Fireplace
Yard
WaterSense Irrigation
Raised Beds
Siding
Brick
Lap Siding

Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Acres
0.31
Zoning
R5
Sewer
Public Sewer
Water
Public
View
Park/Greenbelt
lot description
Level
Private


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Laurelhurst


Laurelhurst is an enchanting southeast neighborhood just a short commute from downtown Portland. Originally intended to be a high-class residence, only single-family detached homes were allowed. No apartments or commercial buildings of any sort were could be built within its boundaries. Visitors are welcomed by stone arches, built in 1910, at the entrance of this historic neighborhood. The Kerns, Hollywood, Mt. Tabor and Sunnyside neighborhoods surround the area.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

Laurelhurst is populated with magnificent old growth trees and immaculately tended gardens on gently curving streets. People are drawn to the area for its urban amenities, great schools and beautiful homes offering a modern lifestyle in a classic and historic setting.

Homes come in all shapes and sizes, from a beautiful 1,800 square foot bungalow to a large 12,000 square foot Mediterranean mansion overlooking Laurelhurst Park. True to the unique Laurelhurst style, these two contrasting homes could be right across the street from each other. Other styles include foursquare, arts and crafts cottages and modern construction.

 

LOCAL SCENE

The original plan from 1909 contained a provision that forbade any business from operating within the boundaries of the neighborhood and has been strictly enforced over the decades. So technically speaking there are no businesses in residential Laurelhurst. But a vibrant and exciting business community has developed in very close proximity.

The neighborhood’s commercial district boasts gourmet food stores and bakeries, restaurants, urban boutiques and coffee shops. Movie lovers congregate at the historic Laurelhurst Theater established in 1923. One of the first art deco style theaters of its period, the theater’s four screens show modern, independent, art and classic films, while serving an assortment of handcrafted beers. Laurelhurst is also adjacent to Lloyd Center, Oregon’s largest shopping mall. 

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

Covering over 26 acres, the breathtaking Laurelhurst Park’s expansive green space and aromatic evergreen trees are a welcome distraction from the fast-paced city life. The design was inspired by New York City’s Central Park, and offers a variety of amenities including a duck pond, picnic areas, walking trails and a community center. In February 2001, the park was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the first city park ever listed.  



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