In 2005 - Stunning variety from richly historic to playfully modern    

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

Residence
1728 NE Knott Street

An inviting Colonial Revival home that gleams inside and out.

Coleman-Scott House*
2110 NE 16th Avenue

Colonial Revival mansion steeped in Portland and Oregon history
Residence
2124 NE 25th Avenue

A modest bungalow re-worked brilliantly into a custom home for modern lifestyles

Residence
2207 NE 15th Avenue

Craftsman 4-Square home living up to its reputation for fine woodwork

Gilliland House*
2229 NE Brazee Street

True Craftsman Style home straight from the pages of Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Magazine

Henry B. Miller House*
2439 NE 21st Avenue

One of Ellis Lawrence's finest expressions of English Tudor/Arts & Crafts design

The Gustav Freiwald House*
1517 NE Schuyler

This Irvington Landmark for nearly 100 years is now the popular Lion & Rose Bed and Breakfast
Residence
3112 NE 17th Avenue

Roscoe Hemenway's masterful early design for his sister - replete with delightful details.
Robert F. Lytle House*
1914 NE 22nd Ave

Now known as the Portland White House Bed & Breakfast Inn -- our Tour-Day headquarters
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Its congregation has been a vital part of Irvington life since 1889 -- and its historic sanctuary built in 1912.

Historic Photo Exhibit at the Irvington Tennis Club
The Irvington Tennis Club
2131 NE Thompson.  A community institution since 1905 -- and for this year's Tour, home to an exhibit of historic Irvington photographs.

The Irvington Home Tour is a project of the Irvington Community Association to raise funds for local charitable organizations and community improvement projects.  For a list of the recipients for the 2005 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.