The 2017 Homes

The Delaney Home

Michele and Chris Delaney have enjoyed living in their Eastmoreland home since 2006, when they relocated with their young son Cole from Pasadena, California (daughter Maddie arrived the following year). After many house hunting visits to Portland, READ MORE

Photo courtesy of Norman Hersom

Drawing by Vera Quast 1st Grader

The Huebner Home

Mary and Randy Huebner relocated from a modern home on the West side to their 1924 Eastmoreland Prairie Style gem three years ago. They had always loved the charm of Eastmoreland and are thrilled to be close to their daughter and grandchildren READ MORE

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Drawing by Elsie Bradford – 5th grader

The Erzen-Kozusyn Home

John Erzen’s and Stacy Kozusyn’s English Cottage will immediately enchant tour goers. As soon as John and Stacy saw this house they knew it was for them. An experienced team, the couple has remodeled and flipped 10 homes together, READ MORE

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Drawing by Alexander White 3rd Grader

The McMurchie Home

The McMurchie home is an inspiration tor those looking for modern and contemporary style. This mid-century stunner has been fully remodeled, with every inch showing a thoughtfully creative design aesthetic sure to wow and inspire. READ MORE

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Drawing by Luke Miller 3rd Grade

Roscoe Hemenway House

This masterful Georgian Colonial Revival was designed in 1951 by renowned Portland architect, Roscoe Hemenway, whose work is mostly concentrated in the Dunthorpe and other Southwest Portland neighborhoods. Initially a designer of READ MORE

Drawing by Townes Groves 2nd Grader

The Topliff Home

Jenn and Brad Topliff are the original owners of this Craftsman-inspired stunner built in 2015, having moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to Portland with their daughters as soon as construction was completed. The home is an READ MORE

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Drawing by Peyton Sendecke 2nd Grader

The Adkins-Towslee Home

Dinah Adkins and Tom Towslee have enjoyed their 1930 French eclectic-style home since 2010, when they moved from Reed College Place. This style of home was popular between the world wars — along with Tudors, English Cottages, and READ MORE

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Drawing by 4th Grader Derek Puppo

The Chandler-Wapner Home

Fans of vintage and traditional design will find a lot to love about the Chandler/Wapner home. This classic white colonial is an homage to comfortable, eclectic decorating with plenty of history and visual interest to entrance tour goers. READ MORE

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Drawing by Melinda Stevens Kindergartener

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