1915 Craftsman – Astoria, OR – $575,000

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National Register
Added to OHD on 2/6/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/6/19   -   6 Comments
1237 Kensington Ave, Astoria, OR 97103

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  • $575,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 3060 Sq Ft
  • 0.18 Ac.
Pleasure or Business! Central Astoria neighborhood and once one of Astoria's most popular B&B's located n the Shivley-McClure Historic District, this extraordinary Craftsman home has been meticulously cared for. Detailed woodwork, exquisite wood floors and period features throughout. Affords Columbia River views from most rooms, front porch and features a finished bonus room in the full basement.
Contact Information
Pam Ackley, Windermere Realty Trust
(503) 738-8522 / (503) 738-4840
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6 Comments on 1915 Craftsman – Astoria, OR – $575,000

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  1. MJGMJG says: 506 comments
    1887 Queen Anne
    CT

    I KNEW this was Astoria Oregon when I saw the picture. I’d love to live in Astoria. Such beautiful homes here and wonderful mountains and views.

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  2. AvatarJeff says: 41 comments

    Not sure if that is a flame birch, mahogany, or maple sideboard, but isn’t it amazing? Nice house, even tastefully decorated. Beautiful view as well!

    6
    • Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1850 comments

      I noticed that built-in sideboard right away, too, and was also wondering about its exact wood. Guessed maple, but only a mere guess. Lovely, whatevver it is.

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    • Avatarmiles227 says: 190 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1955 Storybook Ranch
      Northridge, CA

      It can be difficult to impossible to identify the correct species of wood from pictures like these. But this is some kind of burl wood. Most tree species produce burl wood; it comes from large forks in the tree or bulbous appendages that grow on the trunk. It is rare and it can’t be produced intentionally, and it’s very unusual to see this much of it in such large pieces of wood. It makes me wonder it this is faux painted, but it looks too real for that. But I’ve also seen faux painted stone that is convincing on close inspection with the naked eye. I would guess this is redwood, considering it’s the west coast and any other species would have been exorbitantly expensive for this much burl wood.

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