Astoria Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Neoclassical jewel, lovingly restored
This property is managed as a rental of 30 days or more. It is available when vacant and cannot be booked in advance. This elegant building is adjacent to the center of Astoria's cultural, shopping and dining district. This Unit also sleeps a total of 4 people. Walk to world-class performances at the renowned Liberty Theater. Stroll or bike miles of asphalt trail, watching river traffic on the majestic Columbia river. Enjoy the lively art and farmers' market 2 blocks from your apartment. Choose from a variety of fine dining and ethnic restaurants within a short walk, or cook in a fully equipped kitchen. Our furnished/fully equipped apartment occupies the Main floor of an award-winning, historic building in the heart of the oldest city west of the Mississippi River. The bedroom features sweeping views of the mighty Columbia River and the beautiful Astoria/Megler Bridge that crosses it. A full 465 square feet of living space includes small dining area and a large living room as well. Full size bed rolls into a built-in cabinet that doubles as a bookshelf/writing desk during the day. Kitchen includes 2-burner counter cooktop, small convection oven, small microwave, refrigerator, an antique pantry, ample counter space and storage. Tile bathroom houses the original cast iron claw foot tub, plumbed and adapted to accommodate a shower. Two closets and an accessible attic area provide more than ample storage. A total of 3 covered porches overlook the city and the river while providing outdoor space to barbecue, picnic or enjoy the stunning views.
Utilities, with Wi-Fi, are included in monthly rent. Street parking available. Coin-operated washer and dryer located in the building. Building is very safe and secure, as Entry inside the Building requires a push-button code for Access. Cleaning services are not provided, but can be arranged at additional cost. Cleaning supplies are located in the apartment. No pets or smoking.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Why Barbara Lee chose Astoria
Architect John Wicks designed this neoclassical building in 1910 as the medical office of a prominent physician, with elegant living quarters above. In 1917 it was converted to individual apartments for Columbia River bar pilots, fisherman and other masters of old Astoria. The history of Astoria lives in the walls of this building.