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2107 NE 14th
A Late-Victorian Jewel-Box of Fine Wood Craftsmanship

John C. Kennedy, a prosperous lumberman, built this home for his family in 1902.  With a penchant for fine woodwork and an abundant source of supply in Oregon, he filled his house with richly detailed molding, reminiscent of the earlier Victorian era.  

The beautiful restoration of this home has been a 4-year project by the current owners, one of whom is a former employee of Rejuvenation -- and both of whom are "Old House" aficionados.  Every room finds restored period details, from the painstakingly restored coal-burning fireplace to the master bathroom on the second floor ... (more)

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