Unofficially, the West Linn mansion for sale is called the ‘Blazer Cache’ as current and former players roamed the 8,160 square foot field, splashed in the infinity pool and practiced on the indoor basketball court. with Portland Trail Blazers brand flooring and dashboard.
Officially, the French-style stone house is called Château du Chevalier. The “modern and maximalist mansion,” as described in marketing materials, sits on 0.46 acres closed to 2625 Lorinda Lane in the community of The Knight of West Linn.
The domain is offered for sale at $ 2,888,000 by Adam davis of RE / MAX Select and is presented by appointment only to buyers with proof of means.
Davis’s wealthy clients have an increased need for discretion, and nondisclosure agreements demand that he remain a mom. But he will say that West Linn, Sherwood and Happy Valley, and the secluded places beyond the Portland area, are preferred by high profile people who seek the utmost privacy.
The celebrities to protect will appreciate that the castle is invisible from the road; it’s so well hidden that people who go there walk past it, says Davis. “The buyer of this house could be a professional athlete or an entertainer – this place is a former MTV ‘Cribs’,” he adds.
SportsStar Moving, which specializes in “athlete-friendly” homes, promotes luxury properties for sale near restaurants, shops and, of course, airports. Most of the places attractive to professional players are equipped with outdoor paradises: waterfalls, fire pits, putting greens and many other playing areas.
The West Linn Estate has a poolside bar and a courtyard mezzanine with a kitchen and bar under a domed ceiling. There are other reasons not to go; just throw yourself in the executive-style office, home theater or gym.
Entertaining owners can take out their favorite vintage from the air-conditioned wine cellar and satisfy a crowd using the Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances in the main kitchen or cook outdoors in the barbecue kitchen.
In addition to the luxurious owner’s suite, there is another full suite in the guest wing as well as two further bedrooms and three further bathrooms.
It’s the perfect new hideaway for anyone who wants an all-inclusive luxury lifestyle resort with “everything they need on site for whatever happens to them,” says Davis.
Dues to homeowners associations are $ 200 per month.
– Janet Eastman | 503-294-4072
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