HISTORIC 1920 CRAFTSMAN STYLE BUNGALOW of professional designer. Originally built as Methodist Church Parsonage, current owners have lovingly restored this historical and architecturally significant home. Refurbished original wood floors, windows and doors throughout. Plumbing and electrical updated in 2000. Foundation has been leveled and maintained with extra piers added for superior stability. #zillow
CHARMING, COMFORTABLE, and COZY Craftsman style 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home located on a nice corner lot in the Historic District within walking distance of downtown. Living room with pretty hardwood floors, beamed ceiling and built-ins. Original pocketdoors leading into family sized dining room which opens into cheerful sunroom. Spacious kitchen with breakfast area. #zillow
140 SE ROBERTS AVE Gresham, OR $444,900. Beautifully restored, thoughtfully remodeled historic home near downtown Gresham. Original woodwork professionally restored. (Their kitchen remodel is ugly for this house.)
A Craftsman in Pasadena: The Frederick C. Grable House
There’s something about a classic Craftsman house like this that always grabs my attention–starting with that great front door. It was built in 1907 by Frederick C. Grable and Clarence Austin, whose architectural firm was responsible for designing many beautiful homes in Pasadena in the early 1900s. The listing says, “This historic home was a passion project for the current owner who completed the renovations with painstaking attention to detail and in the highest quality.”
Restored Craftsman Sensibility | Updating a Cozy Craftsman | This Old House "The living room fireplace got a new slate-tile surround and wood mantel over formerly built-up brick. Light fixtures throughout the house are Craftsman-style reproductions."