1524 S Mary Failing Dr Portland, OR 97219
Listing Courtesy of:RMLS / Windermere Realty Trust / Karen Durrett
$1,850,000
4
BED
5
BATH
5,219
SQFT
  1524 S Mary Failing Dr Portland, OR 97219
Sold (9 Days)
MLS #:
21256706
Taxes
$16,817
Lot Size
0.62 acres
Type
Single-Family Home
Year Built
1957
Style
Traditional, Ranch
County
Multnomah County
Community
Dunthorpe / Riverdale
Bathroom Details
  • Full Bathrooms:3
  • Partial Bathrooms:2
Interior Features
  • Double Sinks
  • Wood Floors
  • Walk In Closet
  • Suite
  • Island
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Formal
  • French Doors
  • Fireplace
  • Eating Area
  • Bathroom
  • Granite
  • High Speed Internet
  • Sound System
  • Laundry
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Garage Door Opener
  • Security Feature(s) : Security System Leased
  • Window(s) : Double Pane Windows
  • Room(s) : 4th Bedroom
  • Room(s) : Bonus Room
Kitchen
  • Granite
  • Wood Floors
  • Sound System
  • Island
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Eating Area
Subdivision
  • Dunthorpe / Riverdale
Lot Information
  • Seasonal
  • Trees
  • Private
Property Features
  • Fireplace:Gas
  • Foundation:Concrete Perimeter
Heating and Cooling
  • Forced Air
  • Central Air
Basement Information
  • Finished
Exterior Features
  • Wood Siding
  • Brick
  • Roof:Composition
Utility Information
  • Utilities:Utilities-Internet/Tech: : Cable
  • Sewer:Public Sewer
  • Fuel:Gas
School Information
  • Elementary School:Riverdale
  • Middle School:Riverdale
  • High School:Riverdale
Garage
  • Attached
Parking
  • On Street
  • Driveway
Stories
  • 2
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