A Modern Natural Beauty in Lake Oswego, OR

This meticulously designed home in Lake Oswego, OR demonstrates that nature and architecture can indeed strike a harmonious balance. Built in 1974, this four bedroom dwelling was designed to wrap around the property's existing trees and to incorporate organic architecture into both the interior and exterior spaces. It's all yours for $1.595 million. View the listing.

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This meticulously designed home in Lake Oswego, OR demonstrates that nature and architecture can indeed strike a harmonious balance. Built in 1974, this four bedroom dwelling was designed to wrap around the property's existing trees and to incorporate organic architecture into both the interior and exterior spaces. It's all yours for $1.595 million. View the listing.
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The 32-foot-long tear-dropped shaped swimming pool sits on the expansive wraparound deck. The wooden deck incorporates the existing natural beauty of the surrounding forest.
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The home was built by Robert Harvey Oshatz who worked for Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. during the late 1960's. The architect built the home for a lumber broker who had access to different types of wood at a discount, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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The interior features old growth, vertical grain wood paneling, as well as stone features and fine details throughout.
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The current owners completely upgraded the digs, renovating the kitchen and bathrooms, and replaced all of the heat and water systems.
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The 4,131 square foot masterpiece features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a guest cottage.
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An exterior view of the stunning home.
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The affluent Lake Oswego is a picturesque town located almost nine miles south of Portland.
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