5 Big Portland Homes with lots of Bedrooms for Good Prices

Anyone looking for a house with a lot of bedrooms knows it can be tough to search for a new home. Especially right now, in a time of low inventory, many of the homes with a high number of bedrooms on the market will be mansions. So let’s say you go to search for a home and select a minimum number of bedrooms or a minimum square footage. Because luxury properties often take longer to sell, they’ll stay in your scroll for longer too.

But what if you’re not budgeted for a mansion? The nice thing about Vestor Filters™ is that you can combine them so easily to really hone in on what you’re looking for. For this list, we looked at homes with a minimum of $3,000 square feet. And, as expected, a lot of huge homes came up. But once we filtered them by selected the best price per bedroom Vester Filter™, all of a sudden there were a ton of more moderately priced options at our fingertips.

To give you an idea of scale, most homes in this search ranged from about 100k to 600k per bedroom. (Though there are outliers on the high end – the highest being 1,550k!) The homes on this list come in at about 100k per bedroom – sometimes even less! Not a bad deal, so let’s check them out.

#1 – 11528 SE Yamhill St.


Let’s start out with this charming ranch in a great neighborhood in outer Southeast Portland. Just a few blocks in either direction gets you to Ventura Park and Midland Park. The latter is adjacent to the Midland Library, a newer build and one of Portland’s finest.

This home needs a little work – the 4th bathroom is unfinished – but the current owners have made a ton of updates. New flooring and a renovated kitchen with a beautiful backsplash prepare this one to be a real gem. The home is divided into two living spaces with separate entrances, making this a great opportunity for multi-generational living.

#2 – 17934 NW Park View Blvd.


Now let’s take a trip out to Northwest. For anyone considering more suburban living, this home is a fantastic opportunity, especially given how many bedrooms you’re getting for the price ($112.5k per). Not a lot of homes have been coming on the market in Beaverton, but this home puts you pretty close. Excellent schools nearby plus a ton of amenities, and downtown Portland is only a short drive away.

This ranch was just remodeled in 2020, so it is fully move in ready. It’s spacious and light-filled from the many large windows. An ADU is already set up and ready to go for rental purposes or for extended family. And out back you’ll find a beautiful and well-maintained garden, if you’re feeling like using your green thumb.

#3 – 3024 SE 8th Ave.

3024 SE 8TH AVE

With this home you’ll find a ton of old school charm alongside modern updates. We love the French doors on this one, which guide you from room to room with panache. A lot of work has been put into this one on the biggies – sewer and electrical updates. Meanwhile, a garage has been converted into an extra living space. Use it as a rental or house the grandparents! The location’s nothing to sneer at either. Nestled in Brooklyn, a quiet and quaint corner of inner Southeast, your commute from here will be a dream.

#4 – 12518 SE Salmon Ct.


Next up we have a real homestead in outer Southeast, also near the Midland Library. This home has some crucial updates – the roof was replaced in 2018, always a comfort for prospective buyers. But one of the biggest perks of this home is its enormous covered deck complete with an outdoor stove. An entertainer’s dream! Plus, there’s plenty of outdoors to be enjoyed beyond the deck since this home sits on nearly 1/4 acre. Inside you’ll find original and meticulously maintained hardwood floors. A finished basement awaits your indoor fun too.

#5 – 8010 SE Henderson St.


Finally, let’s take a look at this fascinating and beautiful combo. This property gets you two houses in one. There’s a newer build, a home added to the property in 2009. Then there’s the original 1917 bungalow. This is really a perfect set up for anyone searching for a multi-generational friendly living arrangement.

Take a peek and you’ll see that both homes have been lovingly taken cared for, despite the age difference. The 2009 home is more grand in ambience, with details like a gorgeous staircase and a kitchen island with a gas stove. The bungalow is smaller and quaint, but with a ton of charm, without sacrificing modern updates to its fixtures. A nice deck at the back makes it feel like a cozy cottage. This property also features an extra long driveway – plenty of space for RVs, boats, or whatever your favorite toys are.

Let’s Go Check Them Out Together

If you’re ready to find the top Portland homes for sale, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for an ADU for mother-in-law, a bunch of bedrooms for a brood, or a rental opportunity, we’ll help you get into the home of your dreams! Call us at 503-773-0000 to find out more or schedule a tour.

While you wait on that tour, keep looking for exactly the kind of home you want using our Vestor Filters™. They’re sure to streamline your home search experience!