Designed by interior designer Jeff Lamb and featured in Portrait of Portland magazine, this penthouse will not disappoint! Entertain in this open floor plan with sweeping views of downtown, mountains, the river, and west hills. Three bedrooms + flexible den/family room. Rich Sapele woodwork throughout, rare Brazilian granite, and custom built-ins provide beauty and sensible storage. 2 deeded parking spots + 2 more for purchase! Fresh paint throughout & new kitchen appliances! This is a must see!
Nicole Curra is a residential real estate broker located in Portland, OR. She has helped hundreds of buyers and sellers save time and money through client education, reliability and care. When she’s not working you can find her reading, writing, cooking and all around having a good time with her wonderful family and friends. From a large family of 5 women Nicole learned her patience and compassion. Nicole currently lives and works on the eastside of Portland, OR. Fun Fact: In 1845 Nicole’s 6th great uncle, Francis Pettygrove, won the famous coin toss against Asa Lovejoy, giving Portland its name. Pettygrove was from Portland, ME and Lovejoy from Boston, MA. The name was decided when Pettygrove won two out of three coin tosses. The famous Portland Penny can be found today at the Oregon Historical Society.