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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 $480,000

A small white bungalow with a shed sits beside a paved driveway in Portland's Woodlawn Park neighborhood. Its roof and two chimneys are shades of light brown and there are massive evergreen trees in the backyard.

Garden beds in the front with a forest in the back — who could ask for more?

Photo via @altpdx

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The annual income needed to purchase the average home in Portland is $147,241, according to a recent Redfin report.

If the median home sale price is $480,000 in the Rose City — what does that get you? We decided to do some digging and found these six homes above, at, or just below that figure that are currently on the market.

Budget smudge-it

$505,000, 1713 NE 101st Ave.

While looking deceptively small from the street, this 1945-built bungalow in the Woodland Park neighborhood is actually 1,800 sqft with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a spacious laundry room, and an updated kitchen. Store all your tools needed to keep the yard looking manicured in the detached garage and shed.

$499,000, 9211 N. Hudson St.

Just a short walk from Pier Park and Cathedral Park, not to mention downtown St. Johns shops, this new-ish home comes with quartz counters, engineered hardwood floors, and stainless steel appliances.

Hitting the mark

$479,000, 615 S. Nebraska St.

You’ll find amenities aplenty, and we’re not talking about the house’s updated kitchen and sizable back parking area. Situated in the center of John’s Landing, you’ll have cafes and restaurants on your doorstep, with recreational opportunities down the street at Willamette Park and The Circuit Bouldering Gym.

$479,000, 6466 NE Killingsworth Ct.

Families will find what they’re looking for in this cul-de-sac. The kids will want to spend quality time in the comfortable living area, where plenty of natural light suffuses the open-concept floorplan.

Saving some coin

$460,000, 5712 NE 11th Ave.

This home in the Alberta Arts District recently had a price drop, and comes with the possibility to take over the previous owner’s lower mortgage rate. Could it use a little TLC? Sure, but with a partially finished basement and additional expansion opportunities thanks to its R2 zoning, there’s potential.

$450,000, 408 SE 84th Ave.

From the front porch to the refinished wood floors, this 1915 Craftsman in Montavilla pairs turn-of-the-century charm with modern features, offering convenient nearby transportation too.

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