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Urban Pc homestead for sale in Portland

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Sunday, October 2nd from 1-5pm

One-of-a-Kind Permaculture Designed Urban Homestead:
Country Feel In The City


I'm updating my blog with information on the house, including several new photo albums which may be of interest whether or not you're in the house buying mood:


House features:

    * 2 bedroom / 1 bath cottage (easy potential for 3rd bedroom) on 8750 sq. ft lot
    * House sits 80 ft off the street providing privacy
    * 975 sq. ft Living Space with potential to live comfortably without fossil fuels
    * 345 sq. ft new Sun Room– 21 ft wall of windows floor to ceiling!
    * Passive Solar Heating System (no fossil fuel or electricity to operate)
    * New Concrete Perimeter Foundation
    * Well insulated walls, ceiling, & floor joists
    * Double-pane Vinyl Windows
    * Chicken coop w/laying hens, Hive w/Bees
    * New Custom Metal Roofing
    * Super quiet, low car traffic street
    * 3 blocks to bus line #75, 9 blocks to #72
    * Walk to New Seasons and Alberta Arts District
    * Shaded, rain-proof porch for year-round outdoor living
    * Garage with washing machine, Carport, Wood Shed, and Utility shed with electricity
    * 1,000 sq. ft of edible  Ecoroof garden
    * 6,850 sq. ft low maintenance, organic, permaculture designed Food Forest  providing a family with year-round fruit, berries, nuts, eggs, and honey.
    * All this PLUS a wonderful loose-knit co-housing community that shares tools, potlucks, and neighborly help

4510 NE Going St.
Portland, OR 97218

For sale by owner

Contact Tulsey @ (503) 288-5331 or norristh@gmail.com

http://farmerscrub.blogspot.com for more information
Norris Thomlinson
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Just "bumping" this to say that the homestead is still for sale!

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Hi Norris!

I've listened to the podcast you did about this with Paul, and I must admit I am VERY intrigued. Unfortunately, I don't think it is quite in the budget for my girlfriend and I at the moment. However, I'm wondering what you're open to.

Here's the backstory. My girlfriend and I are moving to Portland soon because she is going to attend OHSU for nursing. After that (Sept 2013), we're hoping to settle in Portland for quite a while. Any chance you would be interested in renting? Or perhaps an owner carried loan? I recall from the podcast that you're trying to relocate to Hawaii, so I'm sure the answer is probably no, but I figured it is worth a shot in the dark.

If you're interested in anything alternative to an outright purchase, please let me know!


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Sale pending on the house! (To someone who learned about it by watching Paul's "Sustainable Food - People Per Acre" video!)

Kyle, I just sent you an email...

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