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435 Sq Ft Tiny Eco House in Portland OR-01. “The Pocket House is a brand new structure (2010) designed by Jason Swift and Wendy Turner of Swift Architecture that beautifully blends modern Scandinavian aesthetic with sustainable Pacific Northwest sensibility. The result is an inviting 435 square-foot space, one bedroom home with a fully functional kitchenette, separate sleeping loft and a private garden space.”

435 Sq Ft Tiny Eco House in Portland OR-01. “The Pocket House is a brand new structure (2010) designed by Jason Swift and Wendy Turner of Swift Architecture that beautifully blends modern Scandinavian aesthetic with sustainable Pacific Northwest sensibility. The result is an inviting 435 square-foot space, one bedroom home with a fully functional kitchenette, separate sleeping loft and a private garden space.”

This was my Home Sweet Home for a little over 8 years.  This home has a fascinating history. This is one of the most historically significant houses in Portland Oregon. "It was designed in 1891 as a classic Shingle Style Victorian by famous Portland architects Whidden and Lewis (at the time they were recent east coast transplants). The home was built for David D. Oliphant, a wealthy banker who would become the first president of the Irvington Tennis Club when it was founded in 1898. He…

This was my Home Sweet Home for a little over 8 years. This home has a fascinating history. This is one of the most historically significant houses in Portland Oregon. "It was designed in 1891 as a classic Shingle Style Victorian by famous Portland architects Whidden and Lewis (at the time they were recent east coast transplants). The home was built for David D. Oliphant, a wealthy banker who would become the first president of the Irvington Tennis Club when it was founded in 1898. He…

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