The show ended in Portland, Oregon, for Modest Mouse leader Isaac Brock. A month after the bar that was co-owner closed, the independent musician has listed his nearby house for $ 1.3 million.
Found a mile away from the now closed Poison’s Rainbow, which Brock opened in 2018, the 111-year-old house has serious Craftsman vibes. Green tiles cover the outside, and conical columns frame a covered porch.
There is a lot of wood inside, as the 3,860 square foot interior features wooden floors, beamed ceilings, paneled walls and windows, and wooden framed doors. The built-in walls wall a brick fireplace in the living room, and other highlights include a formal dining room, a music niche and a vibrant kitchen with colorful tiles and tin ceilings.
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The dinner room.
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An aerial view of the house.
Upstairs, the master suite expands to a private terrace. It is one of the three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in the three-story house. Above all, a window-lined loft ends the floor plan.
A stone patio anchors a fenced backyard with native plants and gardens. The property claims approximately a quarter of an acre.
Brock, 44, co-founded Modest Mouse in 1992 in Washington, and the band is currently based in Portland. The group has released six studio albums in the last three decades. Its most recent release was “Strangers to Ourselves” in 2015.
Pat G. Kaplan of Kaplan Real Estate Group has the listing.