“We have a few interested parties right now,” realtor Jordan Miller, the listing agent for the property, shared with the outlet. “It seems to be everybody’s intention to be able to open up the house a little bit more and have more access.”
“It’s kind of a fun buy,” Miller added. “Whoever buys the house is going to have a relatively steady stream of extremely happy people walking up outside to fulfill their childhood dreams.”
The home was built in 1896 and sits at the top of a hill that gives a view of the Columbia River as it flows into the Pacific Ocean.