Southwest Portland Tiny House - Near The MAX, Walk-able To Many Restaurants, Bars, One Block to Park

Watson Avenue Tiny House
$82.29 - $153 / night   in Beaverton  
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Sleeps 2

Located in the heart of Beaverton in the Southwest region of Portland this tiny house is special indeed. It is designed to maximize every inch of room available. An incredibly comfortable queen bed is perfect for some rest and recuperation. There is a refrigerator and Keurig available as well. If you need to get some work done there is a desk and monitor if the need arises.

Please note, there is not a bathroom in the unit. There is a full bathroom located just outside the front door of the tiny house to the left about 2-3 steps away. In this full bath is a washer and dryer available.

There is a cute front porch with some seating as well as a more private side deck area with additional seating as well as a larger picnic table. Sit out here to take in the sights and sounds around Beaverton while enjoying some conversation with a companion or perhaps a good book. Please do note, that smoking not allowed on this property at all.

The location of the tiny house is incredible, as it sits right in the middle of downtown Beaverton where an extraordinary amount of food, drinks, and activities that are just moments away. If you want your coffee without the effort there is a 24 hour coffee shop very close. After you wake up enjoy the farmers market or the Central Beaverton Park for countless activities year round. Once you have worked up an appetite there are almost too many options to list. Within a walk of just a couple minutes there is raman, Thai, Korean BBQ, Mediterranean, and of course the famous Big's chicken. If you want something a little more upscale, check out Decarli for a tasty Italian dinner spot.

About a half mile away is the Beaverton Town Center MAX stop where you can take the light rail through downtown Portland as well as too and from the Airport among many other stops through the greater Portland region.

Don't miss your opportunity to explore Beaverton and Portland from a location without parallel for convenience, charm, and setting.

4775 SW Watson Ave Beaverton, OR 97005
Property Type: Bungalow Beds: 1 Accommodates: 2 Check In: : 4pm Bedrooms: 1 Check Out: : 11am Bathrooms: 1.0 Pet Friendly: Yes
Carbon Monoxide Detector Clothes Dryer Coffee Maker Essentials Family Friendly Hair Dryer Heating Initial paper products Internet Internet Access Laundry Open Patio Patio Private Entrance Refrigerator Shampoo Smoke Detector WIFI Washing Machine and towels linens towels
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Reviews - 4 stars based on 4 reviews
Watson Avenue Tiny House
5.0/5 stars
This was the perfect place for me and anyone who is looking for a peaceful, well- kept place to stay. It is within walking distance to many places including restaurants, shops, and the MAX Beaverton station which was super helpful for me as I was attending a conference in the center of Portland. Corey was a great host! Anytime I had a question, he got back to me almost immediately! Thanks for a wonderful stay!
Reviewed on Mar 31, 2019 by Abby, Newport, Rhode Island   Report
Watson Avenue Tiny House
5.0/5 stars
nice location close to many restaurants easy accessibility drive and parking in the front enter through the rear lots of room the tiny house is not so tiny it's a beautiful location in a nice comfortable living space it's an older home it does not have a stove but it has everything that you need refrigerator microwave and coffee maker
Reviewed on Feb 28, 2019 by Giles, Modesto, CA   Report
Watson Avenue Tiny House
5.0/5 stars
A cozy stay, beautiful property and great location! This was a very unique stay in a great pocket of Beaverton. Walking distance to so many good restaurants, cafes & bars. You wont need to Lyft/Uber at all, because you are so close to everything. Close to the park, affordable place and a very comfortable bed to rest your head. Perfect spot for our date night, it would be good spot for a weekend get away or business trip too.
Reviewed on Feb 1, 2019 by Taylor Van,   Report
Watson Avenue Tiny House
1.0/5 stars
Portland, OR Flip Key’s “Tiny House” on SW 3rd St (#324) and SW Watson Ave Review. This was a newly renovated Shed on the back of the property which was listed at 4775 SW Watson Ave in Beaverton, OR. It was very clean and well put together. The bed was comfortable. The paint was pretty and fixtures were very chic. By the Definition a Tiny Home is a residence under 500 square feet. This is by no means is a residence. It is a “bed in a Shed. . . ”! It is not a “tiny Home”! There is a foe electric fireplace heater (which sounds like an old washing machine when it is idling) along with a portable electric radiant heater (which worked the best and is quiet), a small refrigerator like ones in a hotel room, a table for the flat screen T.V. and DVD player. There was a Keurig coffee machine, coffee pods and creamers provided. With the heat on in the room it is too warm even with the radiant heater on the lowest setting. There are 4 windows, two which have curtains, and the door’s window which has a built in blind. However, the 4th window is high in the apex of the room with no covering which makes the place very bright to sleep at night. If you need complete darkness to sleep you are not going to find that here. If you like it to be quiet then use the radiant heater, not the foe fireplace heater. There wasn’t any running water, nor a bathroom, or kitchen appliances, like a microwave oven inside the living space. The bathroom was located in the back of the house where the shed was. Luckily there was a new covered walkway between the house and the shed allowing you to get to the bathroom without getting wet, since it rains frequently in the Portland area! Inside the bathroom there was a small shower, sink, electric radiator, toilet, washer and dryer, along with lo and behold a microwave. As for us, we never cooked food in the microwave in the bathroom, yuck! As my Husband said. The electrical circuitry has little to be desired! If you want to use a hair dryer, the electric radiator heater and the light you will trip a circuit. Plus you do not know what load the people in the house might be putting on the circuits. It does not seem like this was set up to accommodate everything. The neighbors had the power go out completely too. Having the washer, dryer, shower and sink in use in the bathroom your towels do not dry when hung in there. I would advise if you are conserving resources and you want to reuse the bath towels then take them in the room where there is heat to help them dry. This is ideal for a young person who likes staying in a hostel but with more amenities and a high price. It is not an ideal place for anyone who may need to get up to the bathroom at night since it will be cold mostly in Portland except maybe a few months of the year. If this were my room for rent, I would have to change things to make this more of a Tiny Home. First of all, I would have the T.V. on a swivel on the wall to open up the space for a small kitchen counter at the window with a sink and microwave. My husband suggested that the foe fireplace heater be removed since it takes up too much room and the radiant heater keeps the place nice and toasty by its self. The apex window is broken so it should be replace with at least a double pane window with a louver for room darkening. I’d have to place the mirror over the fireplace somewhere else too. I would raise the bed to perhaps a post-beam loft space and then there would be room to have a tiny RV style bathroom space with shower, sink and maybe pull out toilet. The nightly rate for this room is too high for the lack of convenience provided. There must be a more forth coming statement to what you are getting (i.e. the bathroom is across an outdoor walkway) so you can make a more informed decision if this place is for you and it needs to more reasonably priced for what it is. Please update your room book to match what is listed on the FlipKey. Our over all review might be only one of the points of a single star out of 5 stars, as my husband so aptly put it.
Reviewed on Dec 28, 2018 by Kim Faulkner, Marysville   Report

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