1914 NE 22ND AVE Portland, OR 97212
The Robert F. Lytle mansion by noted architect David L. Williams remains the Grande Dame of Irvington and beyond. Meticulously restored 1911 Greek Revival home is featured in the National Historic Registry. Initially constructed as a summer home for the prominent Lumber Baron and Industrialist, the home now boasts carefully preserved originality accentuated by stunning, true-to-period Carrera marble restorations of all 9 full baths plus 3 powder rooms. The main house offers a magnificent main level that includes a grand lobby, formal parlor, dining hall, library-game room, private office, and a commercial-grade kitchen. The upper level features 6 ensuite bedrooms while the lower level contains a spectacular family-media room along with a utility area that includes a wine cellar and walk-in refrigerator. The carriage house adds three luxe, ensuite bedrooms. The home was and remains (inflation adjusted) the most expensive home constructed in Portland’s Irvington historic district. In addition, the award-winning, million-dollar renovation and manicured gardens complete the idyllic property. No need to compromise between timeless luxury versus enduring value with this renowned landmark.