Segerholt Residence

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When Jennifer and Mattias Segerholt decided to move to Portland after five years in Los Angeles, a shared climate-based trepidation shaped their real estate search. A perfect example of low-key mid-century modernism set in southwest Portland, the house takes its name from a local developer, Robert Rummer, who built more than 750 such homes throughout the area and more than 60 in the Segerholts’ immediate neighborhood.

Modern home with Living Room and Chair. Photo  of Segerholt Residence
Modern home with Exterior, Mid-Century Building Type, and House Building Type. Segerholt Residence Exterior Driveway Photo 2 of Segerholt Residence

Segerholt Residence Exterior Driveway

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Segerholt Residence Exterior Yard

Modern home with Dining Room, Table, Chair, and Pendant Lighting. Segerholt Residence Interior Dining Room Photo 4 of Segerholt Residence

Segerholt Residence Interior Dining Room

Modern home with Living Room, Chair, Sofa, and Rug Floor. Segerholt Residence Exterior Deck Photo 5 of Segerholt Residence

Segerholt Residence Exterior Deck

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