Situated in one of Portland’s loveliest neighborhoods, this mid-century modern sanctuary offers resort-style living on over one park-like acre steps from the Japanese Garden, the Rose Garden, and Washington Park trails. A secluded oasis that provides exceptional privacy and yet is walking distance to some of Portland’s best attractions, shopping and dining streets, this estate is unparalleled in Portland. On the market for only the second time, it was originally built in 1956, expanded and reimagined in 1992 by McKenzie-Saito Associates, and now elevated through a fully modern remodel to the best in luxury living. Enjoy views of Mount Hood and the city from walls of windows that flood all living areas of the main home with natural light and continue in the expansive main bedroom suite located on the main floor. The kitchen and all bathrooms have been remodeled to include luxurious finishes and amenities, such as high end appliances, waterfall slab quartz counters, and a sauna in the main bath. Artful touches by master glass and wood artists add one-of a-kind appeal. Follow the sun through inviting outdoor spaces, expansive multi-level decks and a stone patio with an artful Corten steel fire pit and grill. Originally landscaped by renowned Pacific Northwest landscape architect Barbara Fealy, the outdoor environment has the feel of a quintessential Pacific Northwest resort compound. The main house also has a beautiful “green” roof, believed to be Portland’s very first ecoroof. In addition to the main 4,750 square foot residence, a second annex building offers an additional 3,511 square feet of multiple separate living spaces providing complete flexibility, with modern apartments that can serve as guest, in-law, nanny, caregiver or tenants’ quarters, and a large home office that amply serves as a possible home business or work from home environment for several people. Both the annex and the main residence include elevators. In addition, the annex has several hobby areas including a fully equipped wood worker’s shop and a ceramics studio that also serves as an olive curing and brining room. Preserve your own olive harvest from your own olive grove on the hillside and enjoy a substantial wine collection with the climate-controlled wine cellar. Pacific Northwest living at its best!