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16 Skyline Avenue, Astoria, Oregon


3,354 SQ FT | 0.6 ACRES |
3 BR + OFFICE | 2.5 BA

This is the crown jewel in Astoria real estate. Built in the Arts & Crafts style in 2007, local craftsmanship is highlighted in this spectacular custom Astoria home. This is a modern home with an old soul. Imagine living inside of a work of art. This craftsman home was designed by architect Jeffrey Miller, and built by local woodworker Ed Overbay of Overbay Houseworks.


Please step inside for a tour of this incredible property...

A Local Masterpiece


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The Story Behind 16 Skyline

This video features interviews with the craftsmen who contributed to building this home, including:

  • Builder | Ed Overbay of Overbay Houseworks (Warrenton, Oregon)

  • Window Maker | Chuck Bergerson of Bergerson Cedar Windows (Hammond, Oregon)

  • Excavator | Mike Abrahams of Aba Company (Astoria, Oregon)

Property Features

Architect | Jeffrey L. Miller Architect, PC

Construction | Overbay Houseworks

Windows | Bergerson Cedar Windows

Excavator | Aba Company

Foundation & Concrete | Bergeman Construction

Plus many more local and regional craftsmen

Exterior Features

Roof | old growth cedar shakes

Siding| Alaska yellow cedar

Gutters, Flashing & Downspouts | copper

Front Door | custom crafted by Ed Overbay, African Sapele Mahogany

Front Door Handle | bronze salmon by Peter Witten Small Foundry

Sculpture on Gable |  hand carved salmon by William Bishop

Windows & Exterior Doors | Bergerson Cedar Windows, Inc. 


Interior Features

Wood Floors | Jatoba (Brazilian cherry) 

Slate Floors | Resham slate tile

Interior Doors | Hemlock

Stair & Lower Level Carpet | wool carpet by Brintons

Floor Heat Registers | cast bronze & cast nickel

Main Floor Lighting | restored vintage fixtures including French, English & American glass


Living Room

Fireplace | Quadra-Fire® gas fireplace with Olive Gris marble surround

Built-Ins | African Sapele Mahogany with Cambodian Maidu burl inlays

Ceiling Trim Detail | Clear Douglas Fir


Kitchen & Baking Center

Backsplash & Eating Bar | Blue Louise Van Gogh granite slab

Countertops | Matrix granite slab

Baking Center Countertop | Carrara marble

Cabinets | African Sapele Mahogany with Cambodian Maidu burl inlays

Butcher Block Island | Jatoba (Brazilian cherry) top with Honduran mahogany legs

Sink | farmhouse style concrete sink by Sonoma Cast Stone 

Refrigerator | Sub-Zero with wood panels to match cabinetry

Range | Wolf gas range with double griddle and two convection ovens

Primary Bedroom & Ensuite Bath

Floors | Carrara marble floor tile, heated

Bathroom Countertop | Blue Louise Van Gogh granite slab

Sinks | undermount copper sinks by Oregon Copper Bowl 

Mirrors | custom made from original copper window frames from a NYC building, circa 1900

Shower | Carrara marble slab walls & Carrara marble floor tile, rainfall shower head


Lower Level

Carved Handrail at Base of Stairs | carved by William Bishop

Lower Level Fireplace | Heat & Glo gas fireplace with handcrafted Syzygy tile surround

Light Fixture | blown glass pendants by Kelly Howard, hand selected by the artist 

Sauna | Finlandia sauna with built-in speakers

Patio & Landscaping

Hot Tub | Marquis Mirage hot tub, 4-5 person capacity 

Shower | Outdoor shower plumbed with hot & cold water

Built-In Speakers | Outdoor speaker system in covered patio area

Natural Gas | three exterior outlets on decks and patios

Property Size | 0.6 acres, comprised of three tax lots 

Hardscaping | 651 boulders in upper landscaping

Exterior Landscape Lights | nightscaping with timers



The desirable Skyline neighborhood boasts an excellent location in the residential neighborhood overlooking downtown Astoria. Close enough for easy walking, biking or skateboarding down to the heart of Astoria’s city center. Some favorite dining options nearby include Peter Pan Market and Deli, Carruthers, Buoy Beer, Labor Temple Diner, Fort George Brewery, Gathered Bakeshop & Market, Blue Scorcher Cafe, The Naked Lemon. Other local attractions include The Liberty Theater, fishing on the Columbia River, the Astoria Sunday Market, Flavel House Museum, Oregon Film Museum, Columbia River Maritime Museum, Clatsop Community College, Columbia Memorial Hospital and the Astoria Riverwalk.


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