“You will never find another estate like this one,” states the marketing materials for an unfinished riverfront mansion, frozen in time for 24 years in a rural part of West Linn, that’s up for sale at $3,999,999.
“The residence, once complete, will be the largest in Oregon, topping even the governor’s mansion,” continues the brochure promoting the 49,240-square-foot, stalled structure at 32020 S.W. Peach Cove Road.
There are walls, long covered in waterproof Tyvek, but no windows or finished floors.
The shell is made of steel beams, concrete and wood, and rises three stories and stretches across an area equivalent to three football fields.
The incomplete mansion is part of a 32-acre farm and sits at a bend in the Willamette River, granting 270-degree views and 2,700 feet of water frontage.
The neighborhood has “upscale farmhouses, equestrian estates and small vineyard…