Hot Homes: Portland homes for sale near the median selling price

Check out these six Portland homes that are on the market for near the median selling price of $546,400.

A Victorian-style home with a white banistered porch, steps, and a gable roof.

Victorian “painted ladies” like this home on Southeast 66th Avenue feature three or more bold or contrasting colors.

Photo courtesy of listing agent Valerie Hammack, MORE Realty

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The annual income needed to purchase the average home in Portland is $149,023, according to a recent Redfin report.

If the median home sale price is $546,400 in the Rose City — what does that get you? We decided to do some digging and found these six homes that are currently on the market.

$525,000, 534 N. Tomahawk Island Dr.

This Cape Cod-style floating home is pet friendly and full of natural light. Experience life literally on the river, complete with stainless steel kitchen appliances, a living room with vaulted ceilings, two bedrooms, and two full bathrooms.

$530,000, 7432 N. Commercial Ave.

Modern elegance abounds in this updated Tudor on the market for the first time in 20 years. Highlights include hardwood flooring, bedrooms on multiple levels, and a basement with Airbnb or ADU potential.

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If living on a quiet street within walking distance of eateries and schools sounds like home to you, then take a look at 6823 SE Mitchell St.

Photo courtesy of listing agent Aaron Rader, Redfin

$549,900, 6823 SE Mitchell St.

Built in 1910 and fully remodeled, this home near Mount Scott Park has a new roof, new flooring, and a near-perfect Bike Score.

$519,000, 4226 SE 66th Ave.

This Victorian in the Foster-Powell neighborhood is styled after San Francisco’s iconic “painted lady” homes. It’s been lovingly renovated and is within walking distance of parks, shopping, and restaurants.

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Meditate to the gentle trickling of water in this backyard at 3209 SE 63rd Ave.

Photo courtesy of listing agent Anthony Carpenter, Windermere Realty Trust

$529,900, 3209 SE 63rd Ave.

A finished attic and basement bring the total square footage of this charming Cape Cod-style home to nearly 2,300. Plus, the backyard oasis offers a serene escape with a peaceful pond and elegant stonework.

$540,000, 3944 SW Condor Ave.

Its close proximity to the Oregon Health & Science University campus makes this home a good candidate for a buyer looking to invest in a rental property or someone who doesn’t mind a bit of a project to create their personalized dream home.

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