The Oregon home of former Portland Trailblazer CJ McCollum has come on the market just outside West Linn, a suburb of Portland. The NBA shooting guard was traded early last year to the New Orleans Pelicans, where he has put on an impressive showing scoring 40 and then 42 points in late December games.
Also making an impressive showing is his contemporary lodge built for indoor-outdoor entertaining and living. The luxurious retreat was built by Elite Development Northwest and designed by Tolstedt Architects as a show home for the 2013 NW Natural Street of Dreams, an event that features the latest in construction and craftsmanship.
The sprawling single-story blends beams, stonework, brick and siding to create a mountain contemporary vibe.
Steps lead up to the double-entry door, which opens to a foyer and living room. Massive king posts span the vaulted ceiling, extending outside to support a covered patio. Expansive windows and accordion doors bring in natural light and views.
A stone-clad double-sided gas fireplace with a thick, rustic mantel divides the space to create a study and library with a rolling ladder.
The dining room features a stone art wall and a gently vaulted ceiling with clerestory windows.
A granite-topped center island separates the kitchen from a beamed-ceiling great room. Appliances include a Sub-Zero refrigerator, double Wolf wall ovens, a Wolf drawer microwave, two ASKO dishwashers, a Wolf warming drawer and a 48-inch Wolf cooktop with six burners. The walk-in pantry contains a Miele coffee station.
The vaulted ceiling primary suite is set apart from the other three bedrooms. Reclaimed wood built-ins frame the gas fireplace. French doors open to a covered patio. There are a total of four full bathrooms and one powder room.
In the wing of the house opposite the primary suite is a family room with a wet bar, a glass-walled temperature-controlled wine room and a laundry room. A mudroom leads to the four-car garage, which is topped by a home gym and finished storage space.
A waterfall, pond, lawn, built-in barbecue center and raised-bed vegetable gardens complete the grounds.
LUXE| Forbes Global Properties owner and broker Terry Sprague has the listing for 869 South Stonehenge Terrace in West Linn. The asking price for the 5,538-square-foot home is US $3.5 million.
The property is 10 minutes from the shopping and restaurants in downtown Lake Oswego and West Linn’s Historic Willamette Main Street. Portland International Airport is about a 30-minute drive away.
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