Portland’s Most Expensive Listings for Sale

You want a quick peek at Portland’s most expensive listings for sale, right? It’s fun to dream about living in luxury, even if it’s far out of reach for most of us (to the tune of $3.5 million and above). From a waterfront penthouse to a castle with its own pinot and chardonnay, here’s the cream of the crop!


Number nine was recently featured in Portland Monthly Magazine, Classic Houses of Portland, and Portland Spaces Magazine. Impressed yet? This lovely home is in Arlington Heights, very near the Oregon Zoo and the Portland Japanese Garden. As you can imagine, it has gorgeous views of parks, the city, and Mt. Hood.

The 6,500-square-foot home has a circular drive, plus a library, a billiard room, and a wine cellar for all your entertaining needs. The large terrace, balconies, and porches give you plenty of places to enjoy some fresh air.

Listing courtesy of The Hasson Company

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


Number eight will get you four acres of land in the south part of Portland. You’ll love the stunning views of the Willamette River and Mt. Hood.

This home was built in 1924, and it’s been restored to preserve its original architectural detail. It’s also been updated with the best geothermal heating and cooling. The 6,400-square-feet home includes a very large gourmet kitchen, a library, a formal living room, and a dining room. You’ll also get beautiful gardens, a covered outdoor area, and a two-bedroom guest house.

Listing courtesy of Harnish Properties

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


Have you ever wanted to live in an Italian villa? How about an Italian villa on the Columbia River? This waterfront property has a private dock for a yacht, plus a 2400-square-foot garage. The home itself is nearly 9,000 square feet.

The dining room’s doors open up so you can let in a fresh breeze. (Food that you will have just cooked in a professional kitchen. Or maybe you’ll have a private chef?) There’s also an elevator for all three floors and gorgeous custom woodwork and metalwork throughout.

Listing courtesy of Premiere Property Group, LLC

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


Or how about a penthouse at the edge of the water? This 3,200 square foot home just might be perfect for you. This top floor penthouse has a 1,400-square-foot terrace, which is something that you’re not likely to find in these parts. Watch the marina and the city skyline whenever you feel like it.

You’ll love the glass windows with views like that. The home feels large and expansive and includes a gorgeous open staircase. You’ll also love the huge bathrooms and luxury tubs.

Listing courtesy of Where, Inc

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


Some people just want the good old-fashioned estate life. Here’s a gorgeous home in Portland Heights. It’s just over 9,000 square feet and is on 1.3 acres of magnificent grounds.

The house is full of all the gorgeous details you’d expect to see in a luxury home. It comes with beautiful floors, lots of elaborate molding, and balconies off of the bedrooms. You’ll also love the wine cellar, the exercise room, and the quaint guest cottage.

Listing courtesy of Luxe Platinum Properties

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


This 1930s home has been beautifully restored to showcase its original character. It’s the perfect blend of both old and new in one Tudor revival-style home. You’ll love the old woodwork and the old-fashioned touches.

24,000 square feet of living space gives you plenty of room for just about everything. The home includes 10 bedrooms, including 3 en suite bedrooms. There are also 3 kitchens, including a catering kitchen. The home is equipped with an indoor pool and a half-court basketball/ballroom.

Listing courtesy of Luxe Platinum Properties

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


Who hasn’t dreamed of living in a castle? The Blackberry Castle will exceed all of your expectations. This castle may have been built just a few years ago, 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.

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


The Elliott Corbett estate is being offered on the market for the first time in years. This 9,000-square-foot home is in the exclusive Dunthorpe area. This home feels cozy but has been updated to include everything you need for a luxurious lifestyle.

You’ll really appreciate the top-of-the-line craftsmanship that has gone into the details of this home. The beautiful garden, outdoor terraces, and pool are there to enjoy whenever you want to spend time lounging around outside.

Listing courtesy of Luxe Platinum Properties

Portland's Most Expensive Listings


So what is Portland’s most expensive listing? Coming in at $4.9 million, get 7,200 square feet that will allow you to see the city lights whenever you want. You’ll get great views all over the house with the walls and walls of windows.

You’ll also love the 5,000 bottle wine cellar, the elevator, and the gym. Then there’s a shared boat dock, complete with a lift, plus it’s surrounded by woods. It’s really the perfect place for someone who loves the outdoors.

Listing courtesy of Luxe Platinum Properties

Portland's Most Expensive Listings

Portland’s Most Expensive Listings

We hope you enjoyed our look at Portland’s most expensive listings! 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.