Want a peek at Portland’s most expensive homes that are currently for sale? It’s fun to dream about living in these luxurious homes, even if they’re far out of reach for most of us. From a home by the famous Portland architect Albert E. Doyle to a top-floor penthouse overlooking downtown Portland, here’s a countdown of the nine priciest homes in our area.
Number nine on our list of Portland’s most expensive homes is also the only one under three million dollars. This roughly 9,000-square-foot home includes five bedrooms and six full baths. It also makes a grand first impression with its 11-foot front door and dramatic staircase in the front entryway.
The European-inspired home features ornate arches and beautiful tray ceilings, along with a HUGE master bath. Four of the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms, so there will be no fighting over bathroom time in this home. Plus, there’s a wine cellar and a huge back deck with a view of Mt. Hood. Both will come in handy for all the guests you’re sure to entertain at a house like this (as will the large rec room).
Listing courtesy of Eleete Real Estate
This contemporary home was built in 2013, and it can be yours for just over three million dollars. It has just over 7,000 square feet of space, with six bedrooms and four full baths. This huge, airy space has a ton of glass (better hire a window washer for this one). It also has a full setup for entertaining—a pool, covered outdoor space, and a wine cellar. The home also comes with both media and exercise rooms, and a garage that holds six (yes, six) cars.
Listing courtesy of The Hasson Company
If you want to live in luxury in downtown Portland, this unique top-floor penthouse is just the right thing for you. At just above three million dollars, this modern space has some gorgeous views of the Northwest Hills, Fremont Bridge, and Forest Park. This 3,000-square-foot space has plenty of windows (and a great deck) so you can get the most of your gorgeous view. It also has plenty of space for entertaining.
Listing courtesy of Realty Trust Group, Inc.
Number five on our list of Portland’s most expensive homes is a farmhouse from 1942. It includes four large bedrooms (one is a huge one that could be used as a second family room if you need more living space). The main word for this home is cozy—the living room has a fireplace, there’s a large, partially covered deck, and the home has gorgeous views of the sweeping valley below. It also comes with 25 acres of land, so you can even have a farm to go with your new farmhouse.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Realty Portland Premiere
This one-hundred-year-old home has been featured in several local magazines—it’s just that gorgeous. The 6,500-square-foot home (with five bedrooms and three full baths) has a stunning view of Mt. Hood. It also has a luxurious circular drive, a library, a billiard room, a wine cellar, and even a greenhouse. The home has a lot of gorgeous detail on the inside, including ornate millwork. It’s also close to parks and trails, making it easy to enjoy Portland’s beautiful outdoors.
Listing courtesy of Premiere Property Group, LLC
Coming in at 3.5 million dollars is a 7,500-square-foot home perched on Portland’s west hills. With plenty of floor-to-ceiling glass, you’ll have some great views of the city. The master suite includes a dual fireplace, and there’s also a luxurious home office. Plus, it has a bar and wine cellar for all of your entertaining needs. And if you’re into working out, you’re in luck—the home includes a steam room, a pool, and a gym. So no excuses!
Listing courtesy of Realty Trust Group, Inc.
This 1920s-era home is sitting on nearly four acres. That will help you out if the 9,000 square feet (including six bedrooms and four bathrooms) just aren’t enough space for you. The home is surrounded by gorgeous gardens (we’re thinking you’ll need a full-time gardener to keep them up), a pond, an updated kitchen, a theater, and beautiful stained-glass motifs.
Listing courtesy of Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty
Who hasn’t dreamed of living in a castle? The Blackberry Castle will exceed all of your wildest dreams. Of course, you’ll have to pay nearly seven million dollars to make those dreams come true. This castle may have been built just last year, but it certainly has an old-world feel. The two-story turret library and clock ceiling contribute to that feeling, as do the European wall coverings.
The 13,000-square-foot home includes a two-story turret library, a theater, a pantry with wine storage, and a very large kitchen. The gated grounds have a guard station, and there is also a private vineyard on the grounds. This means that you’ll have your own pinot and chardonnay to serve your guests in your two-story bar (complete with atrium).
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Realty Profes.
So what is at the top of our list of Portland’s most expensive homes? Coming in at just over seven million dollars is the famous Cobb House. This nearly 15,000-square-foot home was designed by famed Portland architect Albert E. Doyle. Doyle designed Portland’s Benson Bubblers and Reed College, among many other things.
Built in 1918, this home includes two acres of lush lawn, numerous gardens, and a Japanese tea house. The home’s grand foyer leads to luxurious bedroom and spacious living areas. And if you ever get tired of the inside (seven bedrooms and five bathrooms), you’ll have the stunning grounds to spend hours in.
Listing courtesy of Realty Trust Sun Group, Inc.
Portland’s Most Expensive Homes
We hope you enjoyed our look at Portland’s most expensive homes! If there’s anything we can do to help you find the home of your dreams (and it doesn’t have to be a three-million-dollar home, we promise), give us a call at (503) 283-1900 or take a look at all of the area’s home listings here.