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Some things simply cannot be replaced. When it comes to charm this one is a winner, so instead of replacing this gorgeous 1912 stone house, it was totally restored and renovated by Sheila Reilly Design. This house is located in Portland, Oregon and it’s on the market for $979,000.00. The house features beautiful formal rooms, 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half bathrooms, 4,532 Sq. Ft, media room and the most welcoming wrap around front porch.

I really hope you enjoy this one!

 

Welcome!

Beautiful gardens are always a way to welcome guests.

 

Porch

Is there anything better than having a front porch? I love them! I’d love to put beautiful furniture here.

 

Street View

This house is located in one of the best neighborhoods in Portland. I adore streets with tall trees.

Floors

Aren’t the floors of the porch just stunning?

 

Home Sweet Home

Beautiful wooden and glass door.

 

Foyer

Calming colors on the walls always deliver a great vibe when you first open the door.

 

Living Room

Beautiful soft colors.

 

Furniture

They used only neutral furniture. They look fantastic here.

Windows

The windows display a view of the porch and street.

Dining Room

I like everything in this dining room, including the window treatments.

 

Chandelier

A delicate chandelier always beautifies any room.

 

Parlor/ Den

I love the amount of natural light in this room.

 

Kitchen

The kitchen is also a charming space of the house.

 

Island

I usually like seeing an island in kitchens, but an antique farmhouse table would look great here also.

 

 

Buzzzz

The bees makes me smile. Sweet!

 

 

Eating Area

I always like cozy eating areas. I think this one is so cute!

 

Upstairs

I love seeing charming built-ins in older homes. Aren’t they gorgeous?

 

 

Master Bedroom

Honestly, this is my least favorite place of this house. It could look much better. Maybe that’s because I’m not impressed with the curtains and ottomans of the same fabric. But that’s something personal and very easily changed. I’d like to see wooden floors here also. Agree or disagree?

Master Bathroom

Love it! Beautifully done!

 

Sink & Tub

The marble sink is just the right touch here and that tub is perfect for this house. This is a fairly small master bathroom and the floor plan could be a great inspiration when dealing with small spaces.

Guest Bedroom

Soothing colors are the best option for a guest bedroom.

Fireplace

Isn’t this fireplace so darling?

 

 

Built-ins

This is a fantastic idea to add storage and beauty to an empty wall.

Guest Bathroom

So charming! It’s ideal for a house of its time.

Source: Priceypads, Equity Group.

I really hope you’ve enjoyed this house as much as I did. You already know by now how much I love sharing spaces with you that can inspire and create new ideas to be used in our own homes.

I’m wishing you a happy day! Thank you for dropping by today and please, let me know how you’re doing by leaving a comment. Hearing from you always makes me smile and I read every single comment you leave here.

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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12 Comments to 'Restored Stone House'

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  1. Claudia said,

    wow, i love this house! the front porch is gorgeous, and the living room is just beautiful, thanks for sharing luciane!!!

  2. the gleaming porch floors were so unexpected! what a charming and unique property.

    enjoying gorgeous weather and trying to get some work done!

    have a wonderful wednesday, L.

    michele

  3. Sheila Zeller said,

    Hi Luciane!
    I love the stone, and that porch is stunning. I would so add nice furniture like you suggested! I think my favorite detail inside is the angled doorway beside the built-ins. I’ve always fallen for angles in architecture 🙂
    I hope you have a wonderful day.
    xo Sheila

  4. Timothy said,

    Ooh la la! A very nice change of pace from the night terror I recently woke from. Why are there TVs (plural!) in the bedrooms? Boo to the boob tube! It has no place in interior design in my opinion. It’s inviting so much non-beauty into such a beautiful home.

  5. Timothy said,

    Sorry, but I would like to add that although TVs do not belong in beautiful interiors, especially bedrooms, I think a small screening room can be nice since it’s an isolated room for viewing and doesn’t crush the flow and human-interaction-encouragement of a well-done interior.

  6. Jano said,

    I’ve invented my own rating system: sighs – longing, dreamy sighs.

    Overall, this house gets 4/5 sighs. The dark grey window trim seems a little blah. Maybe slate blue or a deep spruce would be enough without being overwhelming. The master bathroom sink has a little too much visual heft, and, like Luciane, I think the master bedroom decorating is a little discordant. Monstrously large televisions are not, and never will be, part of my lifestyle but at least the ones in this house are well positioned. The star of the house is the masonry. The outside is utiliarian but gorgeous, and every bit of the tilework is stunning, from the fireplace surrounds to the buttery harlequin kitchen backsplash to the basketweave bathroom floor.

  7. The enchanted home said,

    Wow what wonderful curb appeal and it doesnt’ disappoint inside either! Love how fresh and airy it is, a surprise…..love love love that sink in the master. Quite beautiful!

  8. SizzleandZoom said,

    This lovely home brought up the TV issue which I agree should be (in my case) hidden. It’s such a distraction to entertaining unless your entertainment is a video of your children. I love the color of the wood floors in this home and the built-ins.

  9. Tote said,

    Great pic’s. Love the house, but I agree with you, the kitchen needs an island. It seems kind of blah.
    Looks like a nice street though.

    Susan

  10. classiccasualhome.com said,

    All done with such care and perfection. Beautiful paint job.

  11. annie said,

    This house is gorgeous! Makes me think maybe I should move to Portland. I love the front porch, the exterior…so pretty. I agree with you…wood floors in the master, absolutely!

  12. mydeco said,

    This house looks fantastic I like the neutral and bright colours, the rooms all have a different look but all look calming and offer some natural light. I like the way the wood floors run throughout most of the house too giving it that fresh look. Like the front door and porch also. Some of the rooms have inspired me to create similar looking rooms using mydeco’s 3D room planner. Thanks for sharing these great pics and thanks for the inspiration!


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