Location: 5444 SW Burton Dr., Portland, Oregon
Year Built: 1962
Footprint: 2,305 square feet (four bedrooms, two and a half baths)
Lot Size: 0.88 acres
From the Agent: "A private restorative sanctuary to escape the chaos of the city or a busy day at work. Unexpectedly close to downtown Portland and Beaverton, the home’s indoor and outdoor spaces flow seamlessly together creating a spacious yet intimate "forest bath" experience that surprises and delights throughout the four seasons. The home doubles in size in the summertime with five outdoor living spaces floating above, nestled against, or jutting out into the forest. It’s a warm home to invite friends into—the owners often set up the lower patio as an outdoor theater to watch movies, or listen to music underneath the magical "Totoro Tree." The custom renovations over the years, designed by its current owners (whoa re former Nike creatives), were inspired by the work of NW architect Tom Kundig and traditional Japanese and Scandinavian design."
The MCM Forest Sanctuary in Portland, OR is currently listed for $1,675,000 by Jeff Weithman of RealEstateThroughDesign.com / (W)here.
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