Perfectly positioned on a much sought-after street in Portland Heights, the Leon Hirsch residence was designed in 1923 by acclaimed architects Sutton and Whitney and is a piece of Oregon history.
Hirsch was an executive at the Meier & Frank department store and this home was later featured in a book on the classic homes of Oregon.
The home has been thoughtfully remodeled to retain its original integrity but provide a contemporary lifestyle.
Filled with period details this residence has gorgeous hardwood floors, crown moldings, a Tudor arched recessed entry, banks of windows, carved mantles and a gracious covered outdoor dining porch.
Landscape Architect Craig Kiest designed the mature perennial gardens, front terrace and lovely flat yard.
This historic six-bedroom home is listed with Windemere Real Estate for $2.8 million and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.
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