Portland is known for being hipster heaven for those fleeing from Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco but the city’s surrounding areas have a more rustic side.

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Sauvie Island is the largest island in the Columbia River. It is reached by a single bridge and is a pastoral oasis just minutes from both downtown Portland and the Hillsboro technology and sports apparel corridor (Nike and Intel both have offices here). Over 1 million people visit the island every year to take advantage of the tranquility and natural beauty. The island is known for farmlands, a wildlife refuge, and quiet sandy beaches.

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This Hamptons-style estate includes a 5390 square foot home, with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and 2 offices on 4.5 acres features tranquil views from every window and the classic wraparound porches. The open floor plan include custom cabinetry, dark-stained wood floors, and stone fireplaces.

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Within the beautifully manicured grounds are a large pool and perfectly appointed cabana guest house in addition to an antique timbered barn constructed of salvaged timbers from an old seed mill in Amity, Oregon, and a camp-like firepit.

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This home is perfectly suited as a full time residence or breathtaking getaway in one of the most desirable cities in the country. It is listed for $2.9 million.