If You Love All Things Honeycomb, This Eco-Friendly Prefab Is for You

With hexagonal ceilings and a stacked, geometric frame, the $1.75M home in Portland, Oregon, is the bee’s knees.
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Location: 600 NE Ivy Street, Portland, Oregon

Price: $1,750,000

Year Built: 2013

Footprint: 3,850 square feet (four bedrooms, four baths)

Lot Size: 7,505 square feet

From the agent: "This property is a one-of-a-kind modern urban oasis with light pouring in at every angle. Surrounded by quaking aspens on an oversized city lot, this Skylab + Method Homes has the ideal floor plan and is both uniquely private and close to everything. Highlighted features include: radiant-heated floors, a gourmet kitchen, top-of-the-line appliances, and there is also a separate structure which has can easily be an ADU or home office."

A bright-green front door extends a warm welcome to the 3,850-square-foot residence.

Large windows draw ample natural light into the double-height living room.

The gourmet kitchen provides floor-to-ceiling cabinetry space.

The principal suite features a custom-built bed frame and side table.

Polished concrete floors line the lower level, which holds a bedroom and office space.

An aerial view of the property shows the separate structure, which can easily serve as another home office or a potential ADU.

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