Foxridge Farm is farmhouse meets luxury equestrian estate. If you’re not sure if you want to be in the city or in the country, this is the home for you. You’ll get the best of both worlds at Foxridge. The main home is nearly 7,000 square feet and is full of natural light, which is perfect for taking in the beautiful property that surrounds the farmhouse.
In fact, this 25-acre property has stunning panoramic views of the Cascades, Valley and Coast Ranges, and more. You’ll never get tired of being outside. Even better, it has an 18-horse equestrian facility and a second residence for guests. The manicured backyard includes a deck area with a relaxing pool.
Elliott Corbett Estate
This gorgeous, classy Elliott Corbett estate is being offered for sale for the first time in a quarter of a century. The exclusive Dunthorpe house is updated but timelessly elegant. Enjoy the hardwood floors, high ceilings, and gorgeous wood craftsmanship in this expansive home (nearly 9,000 square feet).
The secluded pool is in the middle of glorious European gardens near a large deck. You’ll also love the long, secluded drive and terraces. This is the perfect environment for summer relaxation.
So, you don’t actually need a mansion, do you? This Garthwick neighborhood 1930s Tudor home is full of classic original details but also has a remodeled kitchen and bathrooms. The details of this charming home are exquisite— decorative doorways and ceilings, mahogany finishes, and beautiful hardwoods. At only around 3,000 square feet, this isn’t too much house to take care of.
The beautiful garden area has raised beds for all of your gardening or flower needs. There’s also a stunning stone patio and in-ground pool and hot tub. There’s plenty of room to eat or lounge near the pool, so maybe it’s time to think about hosting that outdoor party?
Walter Gordon Oasis
This 8,000-square-foot Walter Gordon home has been masterfully restored. You’ll love the floor-to ceiling windows, stunning dark woodwork and cabinetry, and clean lines. This is modern architecture at its very best.
Outside, you’ll want to spend the entire day in the infinity edge pool. The spectacular Mediterranean gardens and terraces are a nice contrast to the modern brick façade.
Grand Entertainment Home
Do you just need more space to entertain (well, when we can all entertain again)? This 8,500-square-foot home was just made for the person who’s serious about hosting. It has four large bedroom suites in the main house, a chef’s kitchen, two offices, a fitness room, a media studio room, and a wine cellar.
But there might be even more to do outside. There is a resort-grade pool, a pool guest house, and a pool cabana. The 1.23 acres of grounds has gorgeous views of Mt. Hood, terraces with heaters, outdoor fireplaces, a large outdoor dining area with covered seating, and more.
Portland Heights Mediterranean Villa
This historic Mediterranean estate in Portland Heights is comparable to some of the best villas in Italy. It’s been completely renovated both inside and out and has a dramatic marble entryway, marble baths, a Hollywood-style theater, and a catering kitchen for easy entertaining, all in around 7,000 square feet.
The pool and outdoor pavilion (with PLENTY of room for seating) has a fireplace and is set in a beautiful, well-kept European boxwood garden. The kitchen and family room are adjacent to the pool for easy access.
Forest Park West Hills Modern Masterpiece
This Forest Park West Hills home might be the most stunning home on this list, the crème de la crème of them all. The modern design is unusual and striking, and the home was built with some of the best imported stone, wood, and glass from around the world. It was designed so occupants can see the stunning views from every room. It’s three levels and nearly 12,000 square feet.
The pool in this home is indoors, so you can use it year-round. Other incredible features include an elevator, state-of-the-art home technology, a sound-proof music room, and a 10-acre lot with both manicured landscape and natural forest.
Oregonian Reader’s Dream Home
This 1989 Oregonian Reader’s Dream Home is in the prestigious Ironwood neighborhood. It’s hard to say what the best part of it is—the arched windows, the rich hardwood floors, the grand fireplace, or the soaring ceilings are all contenders.
The outdoor area is also a winner. There’s an expansive outdoor area with plenty of room for dining, sitting by the fireplace, or even watching TV. The pool also has ample space for lounging around.
If you’re looking for a home with a pool in Portland this summer (or even a home without a pool), give me a call! Let’s find you the perfect home today.