Oregon October 20, 2015
These 9 Unique Houses In Oregon Will Make You Look Twice…. And Want To Go In
Oregon is full of innovative design, and we don’t stop short when it comes to housing. Floating houses, castles, airplanes; these incredible (and unusual) homes in Oregon are architectural wonders that will leave you awe-struck.
9) Fennel Residence
This floating dream home is located on the Willamette River with a curved glass facade overlooking the water. It was completed in 2001 and designed by Robert Harvey Oshatz.
8) Piggott's Castle
This historic castle in Southwest Portland was built in 1892 in a Romanesque style.
7) Killian Residence
Located in an aspen grove in Black Butte Ranch, this unique home is full of unusual curves, organic materials, and gorgeous windows. It was designed by Robert Harvey Oshatz and completed in 1975.
6) Airplane House
Though, from above, this looks like an airplane mistakenly found itself in the middle of a forest, it is actually the home of an airplane enthusiast who bought a used Boeing 727-200, took it apart, and reconstructed it in the woods near Hillsborough to create his dream home.
5) Wilkinson Residence
This flowing, curvaceous, treehouse-like forest dwelling was completed in 1997 by innovative architect Robert Harvey Oshatz.
4) Williams Residence
This spectacular, futuristic-looking home was originally built in the '70s, and then completely reimagined by Robert Harvey Oshatz in 1997.
3) Pittock Mansion
The Pittock Mansion is a French Renaissance-style house and historic landmark in Portland. It was bought by the city in 1964 and is open to the public - so you can go see it for yourself!
2) House On A Stick
This hillside house in Portland is something to behold. Check out those wrap-around windows!
1) Elk Rock Road Residence
Designed in 1997 by Robert Harvey Oshatz, this imaginative house in Lake Oswego is situated on a hillside over the Willamette River with gorgeous views of Mt. Hood.
Which of these houses is your favorite? Do you know of any other unique houses in Oregon? Let us know in the comments.