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GORGEOUS 3127 SF OREGON CITY CRAFTSMAN HOME! RMLS#22463261

12140 Hazeldell Ave Oregon city, OR 97045~ Asking $819,999 ~RMLS #

Custom Craftsman home situated in highly sought-after Oregon City neighborhood. This big beauty features 4 bedrooms, office, PLUS Jumbo bonus room and 2 car garage. Corner lot with low maintenance peaceful manicured landscaping. Fenced back yard with firepit and large patio area for enjoying outdoor living.  High ceilings throughout, big windows that let in lots of natural light, custom millwork, open floorplan, A/C, central vac, hardwoods, plus exterior of the house was painted 2 years ago. Large kitchen with island, gas cooktop, pantry, eating area, lots of counter & cupboard space-a cooks dream! Expansive great room with a wall of windows, built ins and cozy gas fireplace.

Spacious primary suite with sitting area plus rare XL vanity with double sinks, shower, linen closet and good-sized walk-in closet. Lots of storage throughout the house. Kept in excellent condition!

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2022 honoring the top 4% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, LUXE Listing Specialist, CRS, ABR, SRS, GRI, SRES, RENE, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker, MASTERS CIRCLE-Diamond-Platinum, CSA-Certified Staging Agent. Oregon First-Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker.

Direct 503.380.9634 Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

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Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

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CUSTOM CRAFTSMAN IN OREGON CITY.

 

16172 Widman Court Oregon City, OR 97045 ~Asking $759,999 ~RMLS# 22137147

Perched in one of Oregon City’s most exclusive and desirable neighborhoods, this home is sure to delight you! Loaded from top to bottom with high end millwork, quality materials, high ceilings, and a flowing well thought out floorplan. Featuring 4 spacious bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, generous office/den, bonus room and a 3-car tandem garage. Hardwoods, Central air, custom stamped concrete patio, private backyard with an oasis like feel, plus RV parking. All appliances included (gas range, washer/dryer)

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2022 honoring the top 4% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, LUXE Listing Specialist, CRS, ABR, SRS, GRI, SRES, RENE, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker, MASTERS CIRCLE-Diamond-Platinum, CSA-Certified Staging Agent. Oregon First-Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634, Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View ALL available Houses on the market on my website.

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!

Sought After Single Level Home With 4.11 Exceptional Acres In Sandy

52220 E Cherryville Drive Sandy, OR 97055 ~Asking $699,999 ~ RMLS# 22593845

4.11 private acres with sought after single level home featuring 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, vaulted ceilings, open floor plan, ceiling fans, newer cozy pellet stove, A/C, neutral colors and full tear off roof in 2019.  Huge 17 X 12 master with vaulted ceiling, oversized walk-in closet, on suite bathroom with double sinks and skylight. Also included is a detached small office with electricity, 37 X 17 shop with concrete floor & 220, 40 X 21 RV parking with hookup (possibility to enclose for an enormous shop), Separate sunroom/party room on deck with vaulted ceilings and DEQ certified woodstove. House wired for generator, fenced raised garden area sweet mini orchard. HUGE benefit to the buyer-Farm agricultural deferral-low taxes. Sellers grow Christmas trees.  Kept in pristine condition, 2 car carport, private setting, sparkling clean and move in ready, welcoming front porch with eve lights. Septic tank pumped 2021. Go to my website to see more info. This property is a winner!

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2022 honoring the top 4% of real estate professionals in Oregon.

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, LUXE Listing Specialist, CRS, ABR, SRS, GRI, SRES, RENE, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker, MASTERS CIRCLE-Diamond-Platinum, CSA-Certified Staging Agent. Oregon First-Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker.

Direct 503.380.9634 Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com View ALL available Houses on the market on my website.

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!

MOVE IN READY SW HOME WITH 3 BEDROOMS, 2 1/2 BATHS, FENCED BACK YARD $400,000

Welcome Home! This home features 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, 1 car attached garage, good sized fenced back yard that backs to a soothing greenspace. Open floor plan, kitchen with eating bar & appliances included, plus brand-new carpeting. Exterior AND interior has been freshly painted! Fabulous master suite with bath and walk in closet that overlooks the greenspace. This beauty is move in ready. You can move in as fast as you can close!

RMLS# 22244054

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2022 honoring the top 4% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, LUXE Listing Specialist, CRS, ABR, SRS, GRI, SRES, RENE, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker, MASTERS CIRCLE-Diamond-Platinum, CSA-Certified Staging Agent. Oregon First-Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634 Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View this and ALL available homes on the market on my website.  

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

Gresham Remodeled Townhome Style Condo $215,000

1822 NE 19th Street Gresham, OR 97030~ Asking $215,000~ RMLS#21189454

Move in ready! Big 2 bedrooms 1 ½ bath townhome! Fresh luxury vinyl waterproof flooring, carpet & paint. New kitchen cabinets, quartz counters, sink, faucet and all kitchen appliances included-Including brand new washer & dryer! . All new light fixtures. All ceilings were scraped and retextured. Huge master bedroom with a large walk in closet and slider to covered deck. Open & bright floor plan. Cover carport! See all information on my webisite.

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2022 honoring the top 4% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, CRS, ABR, SRS, GRI, SRES, RENE, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker, MASTERS CIRCLE-Diamond-Platinum, CSA-Certified Staging Agent, Oregon First-Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634, Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View this and ALL available Houses on the market on my website.

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!

SUMMERPLACE 1 LEVEL CONDO $249,999

                        SUMMERPLACE CONDO ONLY $249,999

14945 NE Sacramento Street #34 Portland, OR 97203 RMLS#21657648

This is an amazing opportunity for you to own an affordable one level condo in one of the most desired 55+ HOA in Portland!  This private lower unit has an amazing view of the greenspace and features 2 spacious bedrooms, 2 full baths, open floor plan, all appliances included (washer & dryer too), garage, covered patio, fresh interior paint, spacious kitchen with eating bar, gorgeous fireplace with large living, secure entrance, plus the soothing master bedroom has full on suite and large closet. Clean and move in ready. Summerplace boast a pool, tennis court, library, party room, meeting center, and athletic court. Not your regular 55+ HOA. Your in for a treat! See all ingo on my website or Call, email, or text for more information!

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2022 honoring the top 4% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, CRS, ABR, SRS, GRI, SRES, RENE, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker, MASTERS CIRCLE-Diamond-Platinum, CSA-Certified Staging Agent, Oregon First-Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634, Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View this and ALL available Houses on the market on my website.

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!

Rare 1 Owner Home With 4+car garage, BIG Bonus Room & 40 X 14 covered RV Parking. $574,999 RMLS# 21108823

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2021 honoring the top 7% of real estate professionals in Oregon.

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, CRS, ABR, SRS, GRI, SRES, RENE, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker,

MASTERS CIRCLE-Diamond-Platinum, CSA-Certified Staging Agent

Oregon First-Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634 Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View ALL available Houses on the market on my website.

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!

TURNING A BEDROOM INTO A LUX BEDROOM

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For most of us, our bedroom is little more than a place to sleep and relax. However, just because it’s always been that way doesn’t mean that we have to settle for drab and dreary.

One trend that’s gaining steam these days is converting your current bedroom into a luxury suite (or something comparable). If you want to live like you’re renting a room at the Ritz, then you want to follow these tips.

Compartmentalize Your Activities

Making your bedroom more functional is going to make it more luxurious. Add a gorgeous desk for working and a TV area for entertainment, and you’ll be living it up in no time.

Make it Chic

Choose a color palette that is both luxurious and classy. Silver and gold can seem tacky, so choose muted shades that compliment each other.

Also, a brilliant and commanding headboard can instantly upgrade the look of your room without any other changes.

Light it Properly

Finally, make sure that you have the right light to show off your designs. If it’s too washed out or yellow, then it will look drab and run down. Switch to brilliant LEDs and see the difference.

Choose Your Accents Wisely

We already mentioned a headboard, but some elegant drapes can also make your room feel more royal. Being strategic with your furniture accessories is going to both keep you under budget and avoid doing too much with the space.

Are you ready to lux your bedroom? You’ll be impressed by the results, and the feeling of decadence will make you more confident in your surroundings.

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2020 honoring the top 7% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, CRS, ABR, GRI, SRES, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker,

MASTERS CIRCLE, CSA-Certified Staging Agent, Oregon First- Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634, Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View ALL available Houses on the market on my website 

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!

Refreshing your deck doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive!

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Hanging out with your family or hosting friends on your old, dingy deck is not very appealing. Lucky for you, refreshing it doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Try your hand at the makeover ideas below!

Restore your decking. Depending on the shape it’s in, sometimes all your deck needs is a little love. If it’s still fairly new, your deck might just need a deep cleaning and a new coat of sealant. There is a multitude of deck finishing and cleaning solutions on the market to choose from to achieve this. However, if it’s more worn down, the rejuvenation process may be a bit longer, including searching for larger repairs, tightening any hardware, giving it a good cleaning, applying a stain, sealant, and paint, and more.

Add lighting. Ambient lighting can completely transform your outside space into a relaxing, cozy oasis. Consider adding solar lights that don’t require a plugin or battery replacement. The lights turn on automatically when the sun sets, making your deck come alive. You can also consider paper lanterns, rope lights, mason jar lamps, or small twinkle lights, depending on the style and mood you’d like to set.

Build a privacy screen. Privacy screens come in all styles, shapes, and sizes. Consider purchasing and installing bamboo fencing or lattice panels for a quick and easy solution. Or, if you are feeling a little more adventurous, you can build a wooden frame and grow climbing plants or vines or stretch outdoor fabric in between. Whichever route you end up choosing, make sure you get the most out of your efforts by evaluating all lines sight before building.

Home Equity. Getting a home equity line of credit allows you to borrow money against the value of your home. You receive usually up to 80 percent of your home’s value, minus the amount of your loan.

Retirement Funds. Homeowners can consider pulling money from a 401K or IRA account, even though they aren’t specifically meant to cover a home renovation. This option might incur additional penalties or tax payments, but maybe worth it when making improvements that will benefit them financially in the long run.

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2020 honoring the top 7% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, CRS, ABR, GRI, SRES, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker,

MASTERS CIRCLE, CSA-Certified Staging Agent, Oregon First- Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634, Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View ALL available Houses on the market on my website 

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!

8 Things You Can Do Right Now to Boost Your Health

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The first step on any journey is always the hardest — and if you’re trying to get fit and healthy, that first step can feel like a huge one.

But you can crush that first step by making small changes to your lifestyle, starting with everyday behaviors.

“Being aware of your habits — and rethinking those habits — can help you curb the worst of your behaviors,” explained Susan Bloom M.D., assistant clinical professor of preventive medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai in New York City, and author of “The Immune System Recovery Plan.”

Sometimes, it’s those small — yet consistent — changes that have the biggest bang for your buck.

Here are eight simple lifestyle tweaks that can help boost your health, fitness, and energy.

1. Get More Sleep

“The very first place to start is a good night’s sleep,” says Jarrod Spencer, Psy.D., sports psychologist at Mind of an athelte in Bethlehem, PA.

But anyone who has spent the night (or nights) counting sheep, staring at the ceiling, or tossing and turning knows that it’s easier said than done.

Before you turn to over-the-counter sleep aids, set yourself up for sleep success by optimizing your bedroom — like using light dimmers so you can adjust the level of lighting, getting the right pillow, and investing in a sound machine.

Getting enough sleep can impact your mood, mental clarity, your ability to lose weight, energy levels, and more, so it’s important to try to get enough sleep under your belt every night.

2. Stand More

Research estimates the average person spends more than half of their waking hours with bum in a chair.

But I exercise,” you may be thinking. That’s great! But you’re not off the hook.

Another study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that for every single hour spent sitting watching TV after age 25, your life expectancy is reduced by 21.8 minutes.

While it might not be realistic to quit your (desk) job, you can do things like getting a standing workstation, and mixing in frequent, short sessions of light physical activity (e.g., walking) throughout the day.

The American Council on Exercise suggests taking breaks every thirty to sixty minutes.

3. Exercise Where You Can

Even when you’re watching TV at home, you can designate commercials a mental cue to get off your butt and fit in a few minutes (usually just 90–120 seconds) of squats, push-ups, or jumping jacks.

This will not only help add to your total minutes of exercise each day but will also help you make better food choices during your TV watching. It’s harder to eat the rest of that bag of chips when you’re doing push-ups.

4. Down Some Joe

There was a time when coffee had a bad reputation; it was reportedly unhealthy and stunted your growth. But there’s emerging research pointing to a bevy of health benefits.

If you’re caffeine-averse, no worries: Studies show benefits extend to decaf, as well.

And here’s some really great news for those who want to boost your exercise performance with coffee: Studies show that caffeine can help you train longer and harder.

One downside to coffee? Adding cream, sugar, and other toppings can rack up the calories fast.

Cut back without giving your taste buds a shock by gradually decreasing the add-ins.

Swap the packets of white sugar with a touch of honey. Instead of cream, try 2% milk or a milk alternative like unsweetened almond milk.

5. Make Your Tea Green

Not a coffee drinker? Tea is also a healthy beverage, containing health-promoting substances such as polyphenols, catechins, and epicatechins, which research suggests have antioxidant-like properties.

If you’re already a tea drinker, focus on green tea.

Why? Although all teas – green, black, white, oolong – have health benefits, green is king.

“Hot or iced, it’s an excellent way to hydrate and boost anti-oxidant intake,” says registered dietitian and exercise physiologist Samantha Heller.

But beware of the pre-sweetened teas, which are very high in sugar content, she warns.

In green tea, the leaves are wilted and steamed, processed immediately after picking, which accounts for the difference in the final photochemical balance, and gives green tea its health-boosting catechins

To boost your tea benefits, use water that is near-boiling, and let the leaves steep for about two to three minutes — leaving them longer will release tannins and make the tea bitter.

6. Drink All The Water

Water is a great way to quench your thirst, but it’s also essential to many vital body process.

You’ve probably read or heard that you need to drink eight glasses of water a day. Turns out there’s no scientific evidence to support that — your daily water requirements vary depending on your age, gender, size, activity level, and other factors.

Use your body weight as a general guide to get you started. Drink your body weight, divided by two, in ounces.

So if you weigh 150 pounds — that would be 150 divided by 2, which equals 75. That’s 75 ounces of water you should be drinking every day.

Keep yourself hydrated and on track for your health goals by carrying a water bottle with you and refilling it throughout the day.

7. Time Your Pre-Workout Food Right

Fueling your workout with food can help you get the most out of your workout, and choosing the right food and timing are key.

According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, you’re better off eating one to three hours before your workout so that your stomach and muscles don’t compete for energy.

Of course, everyone is different, so you might have to play with the time frame to see what works best for you.

“I recommend eating [at least] an hour before your workout,” says New Jersey-based registered dietitian Amy Gorin. “The snack should have a combo of carbs and protein — the protein provides your body with amino acids [the building blocks of muscle], and the carbs will help you power you through your workout.”

Some good choices include a peanut butter and banana sandwich on whole-wheat bread; Greek yogurt with fresh berries; an apple spread with almond or peanut butter; or a handful of nuts and raisins.

8. Get to Know Portion Control and Meal Prep

It’s all too easy to shove a burger in your mouth when you’re we’re rushed, tired or stressed.

An easy way to prevent overeating or grabbing not-so-healthy meals is to plan out your meals and snacks for the week or day ahead.

No weighing out your food. No calorie counting. Just match the container to the food group and you’re done.

Another easy trick — downsize your dishes. “Using smaller plates can cut down on your total caloric consumption,” explains Anderson.

Research found that larger plates lead people to serve themselves more, eat more, and waste more food.

*Statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

BY: Sheryl raft and Kate Bayless

IT’S A GOOD LIFE!!

Five Star award Winner 2011- 2020 honoring the top 7% of real estate professionals in Oregon.  

Rachel Sheller, Realtor, CRS, ABR, GRI, SRES, Diversity Specialist-HOWNW, Earth Advantage Broker,

MASTERS CIRCLE, CSA-Certified Staging Agent, Oregon First- Principal Broker, Washington First-Managing Broker

Direct 503.380.9634, Email- rachel@rachelsheller.com

View ALL available Houses on the market on my website 

Licensed in the State of Oregon and Washington

My business is referral based.
If you’ve enjoyed my service, please refer me!