A Meticulously Designed Home by George Schultz in Eugene, Oregon

From the Listing

In 1968, Eugene architect George Schultz meticulously designed this home for his family, showcasing the distinctive northwest modern style. This one owner home is truly a remarkable residence, located in the highly desirable quiet Bryceler Park neighborhood. One of the notable features is the beautiful use of curved roofs, achieved through radiused glue-laminated beams, allowing the house to gracefully embrace the subtle contours of the surrounding landscape. Upon entering the home you are greeted with vaulted and curved ceilings featuring exposed wood beams and decking creating a captivating ambiance. The mid-century modern aesthetic is further enhanced by large plate glass windows that frame picturesque views of both the front and backyard of the home. The living room with a cozy fireplace provides a welcoming atmosphere as it opens to a delightful deck, offering views of the private backyard oasis. 3 bedrooms on the main, including the primary suite and full bath, provides for easy main floor living. Downstairs, a family room/media room and/or possible ADU potential awaits. With its own outside entrance, it seamlessly connects to the lovely backyard. Echoing the spirit of the era, the house showcases locally sourced Eugene wood products. The exterior siding is crafted from redwood, while the primary living spaces boast clear vertical grain cedar. Beyond the house itself, the landscaped grounds were skillfully designed by renowned Eugene landscape architect Mack Ruff, who served as the head of the University of Oregon”s School of Landscape Architecture during the late 1960s. The harmonious integration of the house and its surroundings captures the essence of Oregon”s landscape. Now is your chance to own a slice of Eugene history! Newer membrane roof. Generator included with the sale.

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