Grand Irvington Craftsman filled with exquisite details and charm! Entry with open staircase, natural woodwork, hardwood floors, built-ins, high ceilings, main floor den/office. Three bedrooms up plus sleeping porch. Third floor would make great master suite, family room plus 4th bedroom or bonus. Full unfinished basement. Private backyard with garden beds. Great location close to park, shops, and restaurants!
Outstanding Historic Prairie Style home with character from top to bottom. Five bedrooms, 2 baths, beautiful hardwood floors, red tile roof, original 2 stall garage with tile roof (new doors), updated wiring, newer central air, built-ins in the living and dining, French doors, lead glass, beautiful crown molding, plus much more. This home has most all of its original features and they are in great condition. Plus open front porch with tile floor. AHS home warranty and appliances included.
Designed by renowned architect Sylvanus Marston, the 1912 Lacey House is a dignified presence on a shady corner in Pasadena. Framed by a massive century oak, draped in wisteria, the 1912 Lacey House is the quintessential bungalow by the versatile Pasadena architect Sylvanus Marston. The dining room retains its large built-in buffet with leaded glass.
Historic Upmeyer House, one of the most fabulous houses in all of Lane/Linn County! Elegantly updated with the finest taste and extensive attention to detail with beautiful wood trim throughout, large, open kitchen space with granite counter tops, a grand library and gorgeous built-ins. Restored perfectly to keep the charm of the early 1900's while giving the modern amenities of today's needs. $339K. 290 N 7TH ST, Harrisburg, OR
Owned by the same family since it was built! Stunning woodwork that has never been painted. Add'l space on the second level and basement that could be finished. Enjoy the neighborhood on the full length porch.
Great opportunity to purchase a diamond in the rough! This is an amazing property with 3818 square feet of air conditioned space. Craftsmanship in wood working is evident. This home was formally the Greystone B&B in its heyday and was build by the Ferran Brothers in the early 1900's.
Charming Arts & Crafts Home with over 2 gently rolling acres convenient to city amenities! Original "mint condition" woodwork throughout this circa 1915 home, with modern-day conveniences including an updated kitchen, refinished hardwood floors, built-ins, and new metal roof