This traditional-style three level end-unit townhome on a corner lot oﬀerslow-maintenance living. From the steps near the driveway, the front dooropens to a split-level entry with enough landing space for a table or benchfor essentials. Abundant natural lighting set oﬀ thoughtful touches suchas chair railing and a pendant light enhancing the open entry area.
Step up to the main level living area featuring wide-plank laminate ﬂooringand designer neutral wall color oﬀset by crown molding for a beautiful“welcome home”. Large picture windows and a bay window allow forplenty of natural light. The open living area easily allows room for largesectional seating, or create two seating spaces. The fireplace is ﬂanked by two alcoves that could be built-out with shelving for a more formal style. A slider leads to a deck that spans the width of the home – just adda bistro table.
A pony wall separates the kitchen just enough for meal prep or eyes-andears on the activity in the living area. Generous counter space allows for acoﬀee station or holiday entertaining spread, cabinets and stainless steelappliances complete the L-shaped kitchen space. A generous pantry iswithin easy reach with deep shelving for storing appliances, specialtycookware and dry food behind the bi-fold doors.
Pass through the kitchen to the light and bright dining area with roomfor a table to seat six to eight, feature a special hutch or buﬀet, or tuck asmaller table near the bay window to take advantage of the view!
Wrap around to the main level stairs and head up to the private bedrooms.At the top of the second level landing is the laundry closet, convenientto both bedrooms. To the left is the main bedroom with a large baywindow, attached bathroom and walk-in closet with double hanging barsand custom shelving for shoes and accessories. A hallway separates themain bedroom from the linen closet and full second bath creating twoprivate spaces. The second bedroom looks over the yard and surroundinggreenery. The closet is surprisingly deep with an under-the-eves feel.
Back downstairs all the way to the lower level is access to the two-cartandem garage that can be a work out space or maxed out for extensivestorage. Add shelving for Costco purchases, room for bulky sports andhobby equipment, space for a workbench or “yes” to ftting in a smallersecond car as intended. The garage features access to the fenced backspace that is roomy enough for a pet area and container gardening.Existing pavers and a rock path meander around mature plants. Patiopavers provide a space for the outdoor grill. Just add a couple lawn chairsto relax at home! The fully fenced yard does have a side gate with a keyedlock accessed from the exterior ground level.
At the back end of the lower living space is a half bath and 3rd bedroomready to be a quiet ofce area, music and game room, or guest space –just add an Ikea wardrobe closet. The generous windows keep the spacelight and bright!
The Townhouse Community’s street with only one inlet is a mini cul-desac great for kids to play tucked away from busier streets. The grassyarea near the mailboxes is often used by neighbors for getting together.Plenty of street parking just to the west of the unit is handy.
Locally, Cook Park traditionally hosts an annual Festival of Balloons, andTigard High School’s football feld is the site for the “Old Fashioned”Community Fireworks Show on Independence Day. According towalkscore.com, there are about 264 restaurants, bars and coﬀee shopsin the Tigard/SW Portland area! Stay local, or head northeast to Portlandvenues and entertainment! Located with convenient access to Hwy 217 for heading to points north-south on I-5 or west-east via US 26.