The Queen Anne Victorian

Sven Miller built the house in 1892, on land he purchased from Mrs. Irving when she began to develop the Irving Land Claim. When he began to build, this was one of the first homes on all of 15th, all built the same year. Several Irvington realtors described the house as ‘Bull-dozer bait”, but with …

The 27th Ave Tudor House

The front facade of the 27th Ave Tudor House. Brick and Tudor style woodworking adorn the front of this renovated home.

It was one of those little houses in a great neighborhood that lacked a good flow, and had only one full bath and two beds.  We took that up to 4 beds, 3.5 baths and doubled the square footage, all with our McCulloch Level of beautiful design, attention to small details, and unmatched craftsmanship.   We …

The Doorly House

At the intersection of geological history and cultural revolution: the Doorly House. Once upon a time, the biggest flood ever, the Missoula Flood, sent water 400 feet deep blasting from Montana to the Willamette Valley. The flood, ten times more water than the combined volume of every river on Earth today, catapulted an ocean full …

The Fairview Colonial House

R-E-S-P-E-C-T Respect for ideals and selfless sacrifice is the essence of a Colonial. Now, once more, the house pays tribute to the progressive visionaries, and shoeless soldiers in the snow, who dared to risk everything to create a better way. Rejuvenated, this house once again evokes the American revolutionary dream of a nation where democracy …