This villa sits in the heart of downtown Beaverton where food, drinks, and entertainment is just a short walk away. This building used to be a photography studio so the layout might be different than a traditional home. Please refer to the picture that shows the multi level floor plan and layout for the most accurate layout information.
This converted studio is now known as The Watson Avenue Villa. The main floor boasts a large living area with a refrigerator and kitchenette style amenity. There are two private bedrooms on the main floor and a bedroom nook with additional sleeping. There are also two full bathrooms. Upstairs you will find two more private bedrooms and a kids playroom with toys. It is an amazing little amenity for families or groups traveling with young children. Please do note that there is not a full kitchen with this property. There are two kitchenette style spots with coffee and refrigeration but there is not an oven or dishwasher.
For over one hundred years this property has existed while Beaverton and Portland has grown up around it. You will find an authentic farm sink, hardwood floors, a porch swing, secret gardens and one of the more unique back yards you will ever see. It was once mostly used for a portrait studio creating an incredible yard that has picnic tables, a bbq, a sand box play area and some incredibly unique decor. The patio courtyard area is a truly special feature every family and group will enjoy. Please do note, that smoking not allowed on this property at all.
At any time of day or night, if you want your coffee without the effort there is a 24 hour coffee shop moments away. 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 to 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.