Last week we shot a beautiful, Old Portland home that was built in 1926 and then completely remodeled. The pictures came out so lovely that I’ve probably looked through them twenty times since last Thursday, so I wanted to share a handful of my favorites with you (of course, that could also mean that I’m a little on the obsessive side…). Some of them have an almost fairy-tale-like or digital painting quality to them. The rest of the pictures are worth looking at as well, and you can see them by clicking on the listing address below.

Here’s how listing agent Nick Rulli describes the property:

“Alameda Mediterranean with craftsman finishing work throughout. Large formal living room with one of a kind fireplace with adjacent study. Formal dining room with natural woodwork built-ins. Hardwood floors. Unbelievable remodeled kitchen with granite counters and top of the line appliances and attached family area. Finished family room in the basement with fireplace. Huge master suite with fireplace. The best entertaining backyard you’ll find.”










Yes, okay. I may have gotten a little carried away on all the pictures, but really, I’m feeling rather pleased with myself that I culled them down to just those.

In other news, I am putting together specs for our luxury photography package. We do all the various components, of course, but so far on our price sheet they have mainly been listed in sort of à la carte fashion, which seems rather silly now that I think about it. I’m thinking about calling it the Super Swanky Extra Luxurious Fabio Package. What, too much? Oh, fine. I guess I’ll have to think up something all stodgy and business-y to call it. I’ll get back to you on that. If you have any suggestions for either the luxury package name or what you’d like to see on the luxury services list, drop me a line. Beware, though. If you suggest I name it “The Diamond Package,” I will email you every hour for the next three years as punishment!

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Rachel Shubin

Head Bosser. (Also, customer care, booking, billing, marketing, everything else that doesn't involve an actual camera). Need something? Just holler... Email: Phone/text: 503-975-3776

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