In 2007 We Celebrated 25 Continuous Years of the Historic Irvington Home Tour    

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

Francis & Annie Seufert House*
1511 NE Knott St

A stately Colonial Revival home in the grand tradition, built for his family by one of Irvington's top developers

John & Ellen Bowman House*
1719 NE Knott St
An Ellis Lawrence-designed masterpiece with magnificent woodwork and original details
1816 NE 14th Ave
A craftsman style home transformed by its talented designer/builder owner from dilapidated to luxurious while keeping its historic character
1828 NE Siskiyou St
A rare Georgian Colonial Style home now the Georgian House B&B, the first B&B in Irvington

1927 NE 16
th Ave

Charming Shingle-Style Victorian Cottage filled with antiques and greeting guests as the Painted Lady Inn B&B

2006 NE Stanton St

Creative architectural design distinguishes this California Style Craftsman Bungalow  
2165 NE Hancock St

A Craftsman 4-Square rescued from near demolition and transformed into a haven of art and creative design
2415 NE 24th Ave

Top to bottom rehabilitation of a fine Craftsman Style home with many luxury amenities
2943 NE 21st Ave

A deceptively simple looking Colonial Style Bungalow with dramatic interior spaces and fine architectural details
Robert F. Lytle House*
1914 NE 22nd Ave

Now known as the Portland White House Bed & Breakfast Inn -- our Tour-Day headquarters.

We also welcomed Bungalow author Paul Duschcherer from San Francisco for two Lectures as part of our 25th Anniversary Celebration

The Irvington Tennis Club
2131 NE Thompson St

A community institution since 1905 -- and for this year's Tour, and venue for a lecture on the Architects of Irvington.

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 2007 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.