One in an Enclave of Midcenturies, a Revamped Portland Residence Asks $1.1M
Location: 3905 NE Holman, Portland, Oregon
Original Architect: Perry Weber
Renovation Architect: Risa Boyer Architecture
Year Built: 1954
Footprint: 3,646 square feet (three bedrooms, three bath)
Lot Size: 0.17 acres
From the Agent: "Located just north of Concordia’s Fernhill Park is a little-known significant enclave of custom-designed midcentury homes, including this 1954 residence. Custom architecture, a Risa Boyer Architecture renovation, extensive artisan plaster-craft, and a park-facing corner location make this midcentury-modern home special. The home maintains most of its original design character and details, and includes a covered front patio facing the park, built-in Brazilian mahogany cabinetry, wood paneling, and hardwood or parquet floors throughout. With a separate garage entrance to the basement, it has ADU potential as well as room for more bedrooms in the future. Plus, neighbors soak for free in the Kennedy School pool, and Fernhill Park boasts free concerts and events throughout the summer, as well as an off-leash dog park, sports fields, tennis courts, running track, splash park, and playground."
3905 NE Holman in Portland, Oregon, is currently listed for $1,175,000 by Jeff Weithman of Real Estate Through Design / (W)here Real Estate.
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