Panoramic Columbia River views from the Astoria-Meglar Bridge to Tongue Point from almost every window in the house. The uniqueness of this 1914 craftsman home lies in the ginormous 1408 sq ft shop/basement with 5 sliding doors and high ceilings. There is a hidden gem inside of the shop- look up to find 4 prism vault lights. If that is not enough there is also a separate 2-car garage with attached carport that you access from 15th street and a shed with foundation possible ADU (check with city). All of this sits on a double tiered lot on the corner of Jerome and 15th. Located in the Shively-McClure Historical District a must see to appreciate is no understatement for this unique Craftsman.