Portland’s median home price may be roughly double that of the United States, but even within our metro area, there are big differences in what your money will buy you, depending on what neighborhood you’re considering. In this series, we’ll take a look at what the same price point will get you in different markets around the city. This week: Hillsboro, Portland, and Tigard, all priced at $800,000. Have a price point you’d like us to explore, or a property you think we should feature? Get in touch at [email protected]


3,031 square feet / 4 bed, 4 bath

Location: 330 SE 21st Place

This 1956 midcentury-modern ranch is situated on nearly one-and-a-half acres with a view of natural wetlands. It comes with a workshop, green house, playhouse for kids, lots of parking for RV’s or multiple vehicles, and even a second deed to a quarter-acre lot. Inside, huge windows let in tons of natural light, there’s a roomy kitchen, large bedrooms and bathrooms, and a bar area in the lower floor, perfect for entertaining.

Contact: Margaret Deveraux/ReMax, [email protected]


2,966 square feet / 4 bed, 2 bath

Location: 14525 SW Hawk Ridge Road

This ranch-style home is anchored by its massive living room, with a stone fireplace, and a wall of glass doors that open to the backyard. The kitchen is large and updated, the bedrooms are spacious, and the backyard features a large garden area and trees that guarantee privacy. Perhaps our favorite feature: the large sunroom with tall ceilings and a small second floor balcony.

Contact: Chris Monty/ReMax, [email protected]


2,870 square feet / 3 bed, 3 bath

Location: 3755 SW Dosch Court

This retro single-family home was built in 1963, and received multiple offers just days after hitting the market. The first floor holds the majority of living spaces, such as the spacious living/dining room with a custom brick fireplace and all three bedrooms, each with hardwood floors. The kitchen’s got an eat-in nook and sliding doors that lead into the backyard. The lower level holds a large rec room and heated workshop space.

Contact: Teresa Kirsch/Windermere, [email protected]

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