BlogListingsJUST LISTED: RUMMER BUILT MID-CENTURY MODERN COURTYARD MODEL
JUST LISTED: RUMMER BUILT MID-CENTURY MODERN COURTYARD MODEL
By Marisa Swenson, November 16, 2018
7095 SW 105TH AVENUE
BEAVERTON, OR 97008
Unique and rare courtyard model built by Robert Rummer in 1963 features classic Rummer touches with modern updates. The interior is bright and sunny with large floor to ceiling windows that bring the outdoors in. Tongue and groove wood ceilings throughout the post and beam construction create a one-of-a-kind living space that you will love to come home to. A sought after open concept floor plan, the kitchen and dining room flow seamlessly into the living room for an airy, free flowing space. The outer wall creates a private courtyard entrance perfect for peaceful living.
Marisa is a Portland native, born and raised in the heart of the Hollywood district, she possesses a wealth of knowledge about the Portland Metro area. Over the past decade, Marisa has sought out the best in local mid-century and contemporary modern architecture and design around the city. Her website Modern Homes Portland is a labor of love where she shares her enjoyment of all things modern including a curated list of modern homes for sale in the Portland area. In her past, Marisa worked with a company that provided home contractor services. She worked closely with contractors identifying, evaluating and correcting common maintenance issues in homes and commercial buildings. Pairing this experience with many years of client service and a love of homes made the transition to becoming a REALTOR® seamless. She is a member of the Architectural Heritage Center, Doccomomo's Oregon Chapter, Restore Oregon where she also sponsors their Mid-Century Modern tour each year. Working with these organizations, she hopes to help preserve buildings from the modernist movement mid century and beyond, and to help spread awareness of their importance. She currently lives in the suburbs of Portland with her family and is working on restoring her Northwest Regional Style custom-built 1960's time capsule home that will be added to the historic registry in 2017.When she’s not working with clients or scouring the city for hidden architectural gems, Marisa likes to spend time with her family, play soccer, hike in the beautiful Pacific NW forests, visit new restaurants and coffee shops.