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2015 NW Flanders St #505

#505 This exceptional penthouse boasts a highly sought-after east-facing perimeter location. An abundance of natural light comes in through the newer wood windows of the large living room and there are views of the Portland skyline and the Fremont Bridge.

Beautiful French doors lead to the kitchen, which features countertops with white hex tile with black accents and cabinets with chrome pulls. The dining area is adjacent to the kitchen and features a built-in bench with added storage. This area is a perfect place to cozy up with a book and cup of tea and even has views of Mt Hood on a clear day.

The bedroom is grand and the bathroom is conveniently accessed from both the bedroom and the living room. Finishes include hardwood floors, beautiful doorway and window moldings and terrazzo floors.

Building amenities include an elevator, a fitness center, a laundry room with free access to washing machines and dryers, a private landscaped interior courtyard and a bike room with storage lockers. This particular unit also comes with a deeded off-street parking spot located right outside the building.

Embassy | The building has been called by many the “crown jewel of the Alphabet District”. Impossible to duplicate, The Embassy building stands today as it did when first built in 1923 as one of the truly elegant and most desirable addresses in Portland. Reminiscent of upper Eastside residences in Manhattan and designed by noted architect Carl L. Linde, it is one of the few examples of early 20th century Georgian style architecture remaining in Portland.

Its impressive brick and sandstone exterior, the stunning lobby, the generous proportions of its rooms, the detailed woodworking and its private interior courtyard place it amongst the very best of its kind ever constructed in the City of Roses. A preserved treasure, The Embassy is listed as a contributing structure within the National Register of Historic Places.

Located in the heart of the Historic Alphabet District with a walk score of 99, this location offers easy access to public transportation including MAX, dining at award winning restaurants, and easy walking distance to a number of fine grocery stores, bars, cafes and boutiques. Nearby attractions include Couch Park, Washington Park, The Japanese Gardens, Providence Park, The Rose Gardens, NW 23rd Ave and Forest Park trails.

Calle Holmgren