1333 NW 24th Ave
3full 1halfbaths
6,600sf lot

Situated in one of Portland’s favorite neighborhoods, the Alphabet District, this elegant Foursquare was designed by Portland Architect David L. Williams. Known as the ‘Wilson House’ after its first owner, Robert W. Wilson, the home has witnessed a rich history.

Built in 1904, right before the World’s Fair was held in Portland, this elegant home experienced prohibition times hosting its own speakeasy, then was a Childrens’ home in the latter part of the 20th century and now has been lovingly updated by the current owners and restored to its former glory.

A grand inviting front porch, tall, coved ceilings, beautiful wood floors and original woodwork throughout the home emphasize the classic beauty of the architecture, while the recent updates bring this home seamlessly into the 21st century.

New kitchen, baths, heating/cooling, backyard re-designed, new parking pads, car charger and much more… this home is improved and remodeled where it counts!

Add a full the basement with lots of storage, an area big enough for a workshop and the well-kept secret of the house, the remains of a speakeasy from the 1920’s, complete with the engravings of the patrons of the time.

The location is hard to beat, perched above NW 24th and Pettygrove, with a walk score of 97, in short distance to Chapman elementary school and Wallace Park, just a block away from the restaurants and shops of NW 23rd Ave and Good Samaritan Hospital and with easy access to the trails in Forest Park.

Both NW Pettygrove and NW 24th are part of the Neighborhood Greenways System, and bus lines and streetcar close by make getting around town a breeze.

This is a wonderful home looking for the next owners to continue to write its Portland story.

1333 NW 24th Ave
Portland, OR 97210

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Susanne Raab
Broker, licensed in the state of Oregon
Premiere Property Group, LLC
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