ResidenceDate Built: 1969
The roof is membrane and metal
Robert Rummer built
Middle School: Lakeridge
High School: Lakeridge
Utilitieshot water radiant floor heat with a gas boiler, no A/C
Rummer Built Mid-Century Modern Sanctuary
One of only a few Rummer homes that were ever built in Lake Oswego. Effortless open-concept living all on one level with a stunning high pitched double gable design and a floor plan that wraps around the central atrium, flooding the entire home with light. Rummer’s signature post and beam construction with vaulted wood tongue and groove ceilings throughout that will truly take your breath away. Bring the outdoors in with the dramatic floor to ceiling windows that overlook the forested lot. Step through the sanctuary of the central living area with its commanding brick fireplace and take in the nature that surrounds you from the grand back deck. This secluded 1/2 acre lot is filled with lush greenery and large trees. Perfect location, just minutes to the lake and adjacent to everything Lake Oswego has to offer.
About Robert Rummer
Robert Rummer launched Rummer Homes Inc. in 1959 and specialized in building mid century modern homes in Beaverton, Gresham, and Lake Oswego (rumor has it he may have built some homes at the Oregon coast and Eugene but will confirm this with him). One of the most unique features of the Rummer homes are the atriums that most models boast to allow the outside in. More unique features of the Rummer homes are: large floor to ceiling glass windows to again bring the outdoors in, post and beam construction (beams originally painted in Rhodda’s Oxford Brown), vaulted ceilings in some models, galley kitchens with Thermadore stainless ovens and cooktops, radiant heat floors and Roman shower/bath.