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, depending on what neighborhood you’re considering. In this series, we take a look at what the same price point will get you in different markets around the metro area. This week: Portland, Aloha, and Tualatin, all priced around $375,000. Have a price point you’d like us to explore or a property you think we should feature? Get in touch at [email protected].


Portland | $375,000

Location: 5010 SE 113th Avenue

Size: 1,444 square feet / 2 bed, 2 bath

Contact: Chandra Ashford at [email protected]

This mid-century modern home, built in 1951, is just a block away from Raymond City Park and features a welcoming front yard. The main living space is filled with natural light from the large front windows. Walk through the pastel blue kitchen and into the dining and second living space. The two bedrooms are large, one featuring two sliding glass doors that exit onto the covered back patio. The laundry room, which holds the other bathroom, is large enough to be used as a living or office space, and has the other door into the fully-fenced backyard which boasts raised garden beds and a shed, surrounded by a deck. 

Aloha | $375,000

Location: 7246 SW 184th Avenue

Size: 1,100 square feet / 2 bed, 2 bath

Contact: Kaleigh Poetsch at [email protected]

You enter this 1attached 2-bedroom home built in 1980 from a small front porch which takes you into the bright living room featuring a tile fireplace. Continue through the open space into a newly updated kitchen fitted with a two-person breakfast bar and a dining space with doors opening into the back yard. You can find the first full bathroom on the main floor, and the second on the second floor, connecting the two upper bedrooms. The backyard is fully fenced and has a large wooden patio, great for entertaining.

 Tualatin | $378,500

Location: 18721 SW 91st Ter

Size: 1,310 square feet / 3 bed, 3 bath

Contact: Mark Harter at [email protected]

This traditional single-family home is the end unit of a string of attached houses and was built at the turn of the century. The main floor holds a living room that features a fireplace and bay window bringing in ample light. The kitchen boasts beautiful quartz countertops and a floating island, making extra room for baking and cooking. Upstairs, you can find two of the bathrooms and all three bedrooms. The main bedroom opens up through double doors and has its own ensuite bathroom with double sinks.


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