Home Available! By Architect Emil Schacht
Though the property below is not my personal listing I am excited to share that this home, originally designed by Architect Emil Schacht is now available for purchase. I am a huge fan of early in Portland architecture and would like to share this impeccable property with you.
Listed Price: $1,295,000
3440 NW Thurman ST
Portland, OR 97210
Originally designed by Architect Emil Schacht in 1909
Gorgeous turn-of-the century craftsman, by noted architect Emil Schacht. Cozy up by the fireplace or relax on one of the three charming covered porches. Finish work blends w/todays upgrades for extreme livability. Remodeled kitchen w/soap stone counters, SS appliances, newer electric and plumbing. Gleaming HW Flrs,new A/C on 2nd flr,Garage w/opener. Gorgeous yard on 1 1/2 lots + Much more! Forest Park & NW shops & restaurants close by.
If you are looking for more information or would like to schedule a showing please contact me at 503.784.2204. If you are reading this post after the sale of this beautiful property but are in the market to purchase your new home I would be happy to help! Contact Me Today
About Architect Emil Schacht
Architect Emil Schacht was a prominent architect in Portland, Oregon and was a founding member of the 1902 Portland Association of architects. Schacht’s work was well known from the 1890s up until World War I. He produced commercial buildings such as factories, warehouses, hotels, theatres and he worked on residential projects throughout his career. Emil is known for his craftsman architecture style homes.
Schacht’s firm designed the Wheeldon Apartments in Portland, known in the 1970’s as the Admiral Apartments and later became the Admiral Hotel Apartments. This building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990 under Emil’s firm, Emil Schacht & Son.
The Craftsman Home style has a wide variety of European elements that were developed since the beginning of the 1960’s British Arts and Crafts movement. The craftsman home style is an American domestic architectural, interior, landscape and decorative design and includes a lifestyle philosophy that began in the last years of the 19th century. This design was an art movement and popular into the 1930s. However, in decorative arts and architectural design it has continued within restoration projects today.
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