Located in Portland, Oregon’s Alameda neighborhood, this Tudor Revival style home was built in 1927 by prominent Washington state architect, Kirtland K. Cutter. The home was painstakingly renovated to update key areas while maintaining the timeless character. A contemporary influence was added to new spaces that opened the original small room into a large kitchen, butler’s pantry, powder room and family room. Also added to the homes lower level was a modern home gym, spa with a Japanese soaking tub, and wine room.
Architecture: Stuart Silk Architects
Interior Design: Danielle Krieg (while at Stuart Silk Architects)
Interior Design Furnishings: Joelle Nesen
Home Builder: Dave Lucas, Green Gables Design and Restoration
Landscape Architecture: Larry Cavender, Larry J Cavender, ASLA Landscape Architect
Photography: ©David Papazian