A record 1350 people attended the 2002 Historic Irvington Home Tour
Helping us celebrate 20 consecutive years for the Tour!     

Here's what they saw....(click the address or photo for details of each)

2107 NE 14th

One-of-a-kind treasure of turn-of-the-last-century Colonial Revival and Victorian styles

2945 NE 17th

The epitome of the gracious Colonial Revival home, set in an exquisite garden

The Barnhart-Wright House*
1828 NE Knott

An Arts & Crafts masterwork by notable Irvington Architect Frederic Bowman

2239 NE 19th

An expansive Craftsman designed by Emil Schacht, turned into a delightful kid-friendly family home

James & Mary Costello House*
2043 NE Tillamook

The "impossible" restoration completed!  From eyesore to magnificent Arts & Crafts/Jacobean mansion.

2330 NE Thompson

A warm and inviting Prairie Style home designed by John Virginius Bennes, a pioneer of the style in Portland

2407 NE Tillamook

One of Irvington's oldest homes, a Stick Style Victorian meticulously restored based on historic photographs


Each year these fine Irvington institutions extend their hospitality to Tour attendees:

Irvington Tennis Club
2131 NE Thompson

Irvington landmark providing guest services for every Irvington Home Tour

Irvington School
1320 NE Brazee

The local grade school and the site of fine Depression Era murals now under restoration

Portland's White House Bed & Breakfast Inn, 1914 NE 22nd

A grand and thriving hostelry, which serves as the official headquarters on Tour Day.
It too is on the National Register of Historic Places

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 2002 proceeds, click here.


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

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