In 2004 - so many great homes and buildings, so little time!    

Click the address or photo for details of each home and building on the Tour

Residence
1135 NE Stanton

An English Cottage with Bungalow Influences with a designer's touch in the interior

Robert F. Lytle House*
1914 NE 22nd Ave

Now known as the Portland White House Bed & Breakfast Inn -- our Tour-Day headquarters
Residence
2443 NE 19th Ave

An English Cottage updated for modern living, while preserving its historic feel.

The Gustav Freiwald House*
1517 NE Schuyler

This Irvington Landmark for nearly 100 years is now the popular Lion & Rose Bed and Breakfast

Residence
2137 NE Schuyler

Classic Craftsman 4-Square design completely renovated in 2003

Residence
2737 NE 12th Ave

Arts & Crafts details galore highlight this Craftsman Style with restored woodwork.

Residence
1529 NE Knott

Craftsman Style on a grand scale with outstanding stained glass
Residence
2229 NE Thompson

Colonial Revival Style at its most stately, yet sporting many wonderful Craftsman touches on the interior
Residence
2748 NE 19th Ave

Bungalow Style at its most pristine both inside and out
Central Lutheran Church
21st Avenue and Hancock. An architectural treasure from the "Modern" age.
18th Avenue Peace House
2116 NE 18th Avenue. A facility of the Metanoia Peace Community of the United Methodist Church
The Irvington Tennis Club
2131 NE Thompson.  A community institution since 1905.

The Irvington Home Tour is a project of the Irvington Community Association to raise funds for local charitable organizations.  For a list of the recipients for the 2004 proceeds, click here.

 

*  These homes are listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and are identified by their historic names as well as their address.