Hand Painted/Nature Inspired – C.J. Hurley Home
Laurelhurst Living in 1913 American Arts and Crafts Style
Step into the personal residence of Arts and Crafts designers/artists Barbara Pierce and CJ Hurley, owners of an historic preservation and fine arts business. The inspiration for their restoration and interior of this 1913 foursquare style home was drawn from the Laurelhurst neighborhood, The City of Roses, and the surrounding Willamette Valley. A nationally known Master Roycroft artist, CJ Hurley has lovingly designed, hand-painted and crafted components of the home with a deep respect for its past and the artisans who built it.
A White Rose theme appears throughout the home and especially the dining room. The walls feature Tiffany finished painted wainscoting and the oak floors have decorative inlay. A French door leads to the covered side porch for relaxing on a summer evening after a meal.
The Laurelhurst neighborhood offers undulating tree-lined streets and was designed by the Olmsted Brothers firm. Take a picnic basket to nearby Oregon Park or walk the dog to the off leash area at Laurelhurst Park where you can watch wildlife by the pond or shoot hoops at the basketball courts.
2 car detached redesigned/restored garage.
4 bedroom, 1 full and ½ baths, 3,508 sq ft