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Portland, OR’s Historic c.1918 Cobb House Has Been Reduced to $5.9M, Prev. $7.2M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Portland, OR’s Historic c.1918 Cobb House Has Been Reduced to $5.9M, Prev. $7.2M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Portland, OR’s Historic c.1918 Cobb House Has Been Reduced to $5.9M, Prev. $7.2M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
May 09
12:11 2018

Portland, OR’s Historic c.1918 Cobb House Has Been Reduced to $5.9M, Prev. $7.2M

2424 SW Montgomery Drive, Portland, Oregon, United States, 97201

A substantial 14,335 square foot historic home just 9 minutes from downtown Portland, Oregon has been reduced to $5,900,000. The English-style brick manor was previously on the market as much as $7,200,000 in 2015. The home, designed by acclaimed architect Albert E. Doyle in c.1918 for Frank J. Cobb, sits on an impressive 2.04 acre site enhanced with pristine lawns, peaceful gardens, a Japanese teahouse, swimming pool and lovely reflecting pond. There are seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms spread out over four levels, making this the largest residential property designed by Doyle. Much of the original architectural detail, such as the panelled entry hall and tracery ceiling in the dining room, has been beautifully preserved while a new gourmet kitchen is equipped for today’s buyers. The home also includes a fully equipped indoor skate park and night club! It’s on the market for $5,900,000 with Suzann Baricevic Murphy.

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