Prepare to be lured in by this one-family Keizer home on the last street in the UGB with the best neighbors. Staring at you from across the fence you will see the donkeys and goats ready to make friends. When you aren’t greeting the goats, make friends with the real people on the street. The neighbors of Jays Dr have known each other for a long time and are looking to welcome someone new into the neighborhood. They would love it if you took over planning the neighborhood potluck.
With a generous, level lot, this property offers a blank slate for pet lovers, playset enthusiasts, and gardening aficionados alike. The mature trees await to see what you plant in the large yard. If you are wanting a quiet street, this is for you.
Built in 1955, this family home comes with gleaming oak and pecan floors and a Roman brick fireplace upstairs and a second fireplace downstairs. The tray ceilings and built-in shelves offer a touch of timeless charm. Underneath is a basement, which is a unicorn in Keizer. The basement was hand dug by the original owner of the house.
This is no ordinary home. A hidden gem lies beneath in the form of a bomb shelter – an unconventional space that could easily be transformed into an excellent storage area for your home-canned goods or perhaps an inviting wine cellar for your inner connoisseur.
For those who roam, with an RV, boat, or camper, there is ample space to accommodate those right on the property.