Do the Charleston, because this Art Deco inspired pad will bring you all the way back to the roaring 20s.
Though it doesn't actually date back to the style's heyday; according to The Oregonian, the Sunnyside home was built in 1992 by Paul Wenner, founder of Gardenburger, to resemble an Art Deco skyscraper. And that's just the outside.
Inside, you'll first notice a bold, fan-patterned carpet, which draws inspiration from the stairs at Radio City Music Hall, and a literal stage in the living room, on which a piano waits at the ready. Plus, lots of pastels, glass blocks, and vintage touches throughout.
The property is quite popular on Airbnb (the Oregonian sites that Airbnb employees themselves often stay at the property when visiting the Portland office), and according to the listing, any new owner would have an "immediate cash flow."
The place clocks in at 2,796 square feet with four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and three decks, with the top one sporting panoramic city views and of Mount Tabor.
Originally listed in March for $1.625 million, the property has switched brokers and had quite the price chop—to $599,900 (the original listing came with a duplex on an adjacent lot).
If you're really into the style, the original listing agent said that some furnishings could be included in the sale, so that could still be on the table.
The property is currently listed with Keller Williams and has an open house this weekend.
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