Do you get SAD? This house will cheer you up; it has at least one skylight in every room. In addition to the 3 bedrooms (12×12 ea.), there is a studio (10×20), and an even larger sunroom (both added in 2000 and with private entrances). The latter also has plenty of large windows, 2 skylights, an en-suite bathroom (shared with one of the conventional bedrooms), and a sliding door to a south-east/south-facing stamped concrete patio surrounded by a formal Japanese garden, with separate street access. The master BR that shares the large en-suite bath also has a door to the patio. This area has its own entrance from the street, making the house ideally suited for someone who would like to use part of it as a professional office/practice/artist’s studio, or rent rooms out. The house is well-built and well-maintained, including insulated attic & heating ducts. Hardwood (oak) floors throughout, new Marmoleum in kitchen & studio, tile in both bathrooms. New toilets in both bathrooms. Located in one of the most desirable older neighborhoods, the house is equally convenient to OSU, Research Park, hospital, HP, and shopping (near North Co-op & Fred Meyer’s, Sam’s Station and Susan’s Coffeehouse); very walkable and bikeable neighborhood with easy access to parks (Arnold & Cloverland) as well as some serious hiking.