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Where exactly is the property located?


395 NW Brynwood is located 5 miles from downtown Portland in the Forest Park neighborhood, set between NW Miller Road and NW Skyline Boulevard.

How big is the property?


10.09 acres

What is the landscape and topography like?


The immediate area surrounding the home, has been artfully and carefully maintained by the original owners.  Lush landscaping, gravel paths and a natural, vegetative plants are seen from virtually every room in the house.  The remaining landscape slopes to the west, is treed with native canopy, two creeks running through the northern portion of the property and phenomenal territorial and private greenspace views.

Are there areas of the property that are protected?


Yes, there are certain areas that are designated by City of Portland, as protected and should be not be disturbed without thoughtful design and city approval.

What is the zoning?


R-10, with portions in c and p overlays.

Okay, good to know… What does that mean?


R-10 means residential zoning, with allowable lot sizes of 6,000 to 17,000 square feet.  Also allowed are conditional uses such as retail, office, medical, and instituteonal such as a college.

The c and p overlays, are Conservation and Protection zones that affect the intensity to which development may occur on parts of the property.


Who would I contact to get more information on what can be built on the property in the future, and how that process works?


City of Portland Bureau of Development Services (503) 823-7526

What year was the house built?


Custom built in 1962 by the current owners.

What are the taxes? 

Are the taxes separate for the land and the house?

Any tax deferrals or anything special?


Taxes from 2018 tax records, $20,705.  Taxes include both the land and home. No tax deferrals.

What are the public and other area schools?


Public: Forest Park Elementary, West Sylvan Middle School, Lincoln High School

Private: Catlin Gabel, French- American School, Jesuit High School


Information is deemed reliable, but Seller makes no guarantees.  Buyer is responsible for own due diligence.

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