This designer-inspired, remodeled waterfront home shoulders the Willamette river in the sought-after Johns Landing neighborhood. Nestled within the Willamette Shores home owners association, this single-level condo boasts a gourmet kitchen with slab granite, rich wood cabinetry, hardwoods, stainless steel appliances, wine cooler, built in pantry and office area. The living and dining rooms open to an ample covered patio that overlooks the manicured commons with the river as its backdrop.
Newer siding, windows, electrical panel, decks, A/C euro style split heat system and more ensure worry-free living. A single car garage is conveniently located to unit. Scroll down for property photo tour, neighborhood vibe and links to nearby schools, parks and dining
5630 SW Riverside Ln, No. 14, Portland 97239
M A R K E T E D E X C L U S I V E L Y B Y Q U I C K & A S S O C I A T E S
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Kathy Quick, Principal Broker
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5630 SW RIVERSIDE LN, #14 PHOTO TOUR
Welcome to Johns Landing
Nestled along the Willamette river's west bank between upscale Dunthorpe to the south, and Portland's South Waterfront District to the north. Mt Hood accentuates the easterly vistas and on a clear day, Mt Saint Helens can be seen in the distant northeast. Comfortable and walkable to pubs and restaurants, the neighborhood is a blend of classic Portland homes and riverfront condos. Johns Landing is centrally located and in easy reach of Portland's most desirable activities. The meandering riverwalk, shared by pedestrians and cyclists alike, connects Johns Landing to nature in a uniquely intimate way. On any given day, it's not unusual to see Great Blue Heron, kayakers and sailboats from Willamette Sailing Club racing the Portland Spirit.
Up for a hike?
Johns Landing residents have ready access to some of the most beautiful urban hikes in the U.S.. Look no further than just across the Sellwood bridge to find an easy 2.3 mile hike through Oaks Bottom.
From our partners at The Urban Digest:
"The loop through Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge burrows you into Portland’s wild side. Start at Sellwood Park among blufftop picnickers, dogwalkers, and baseball games and descend the sloping woods into the refuge.
Skirt the tallgrass South Meadow (once a landfill), then head north along the toe of the bluff, through the shady, swampy woods edging the heron and goose playground of Wapato Marsh, which is noisily sloshed by carp in the springtime. Happy shrieks waft across the water from Oaks Park; nearer at hand, mallards and wood ducks mutter to themselves in the marsh channels. A swift shadow alerts you to a bald eagle, freshly launched off a giant cottonwood overhead.
As you pass along the monumental base of Wilhelm’s Portland Memorial Funeral Home, crane your neck to admire its gigantic mural of Oaks Bottom beasties, from great blue heron to muskrat, that’s so prominent to eastbound travelers over the Sellwood Bridge just south.
Hang a left at a fork in the trail and cut through an airy cottonwood grove to join the Springwater Corridor, which here shadows the railroad that cleaves the Oaks Bottom wetlands from the Willamette River. Kayakers and powerboat anglers ply the waters between the riverbanks and Hardtack Island as you stroll south on the Springwater blacktop, joggers and bicycles (politely) whizzing past you. Before long you’re coming full circle, strolling along the western edge of Wapato Marsh.
Hit the Springwater’s junction with Spokane Street, and your starting point of Sellwood Park’s close at hand—from which you’re perfectly poised to grab a coffee or a pint on the streets of Sellwood."
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