1930 Spanish Mission Revival Willamette Heights Home
Designed by Elmer. H. Roedel
Roedel, owner of a Portland Company, Roedel Tile, built the home for his private use. The romantic architectural designs incorporate the extensive use of decorative floor, wall and roof tiles with wrought iron, archways, leaded glass and rough hewn plaster walls.
The home features unique tiles with a Mayan motif surrounding the wood burning fireplace. The tiles are believed to be from Malibu Potteries which were produced in California from 1926 – 1032 and were originally created for The Mayan Theater in Los Angeles.
Painstakingly restored between 2012 and today the home enjoys the prospect of years and years of warm, elegant, luxury living with the surrounding gardens and patios just across from Forest Park hiking trails.
2 fireplaces, garage and tile roof.
4 bedrooms, 2 and ½ baths 3,268 sq ft