Historic home in North Portland’s Kenton neighborhood.
This stunning Arts and Crafts, clinker brick home, was built for a prominent member of the livestock industry in the Kenton neighborhood of North Portland in the 1920’s.
Some of the many desirable details featured on this property are French-paned and beveled glass windows, French doors, pocket doors, and period fixtures throughout the house.
Architecturally significant, this stately home retains all it’s vintage charm and grandeur including an over-size living room with a large clinker brick fireplace.
The lovely dining room has a built in buffet, window seat and can accommodate a large dinner party. High ceilings and roomy closets are featured throughout the house.
This property features front and back porches and an impressive outdoor fireplace perfect for entertaining.
And last but not least, 1910 N. Winchell has a secret prohibition room, perfect for your own speakeasy themed parties! It’s location is top secret so you will have to contact Judith Rolfe or one of her trusty assistants to see it.