Cornther of 12th and Montcello, I think. Could be way off track.
charlott on 4th February 2013 @ 7:06am
Clue: this house now has a massive fir tree in the front yard (which is poking from behind the oak).....and it lost its garage in last years ice storm.
Rawhyde on 4th February 2013 @ 7:30am
South side of State St. and west of the library.
Pavel on 4th February 2013 @ 8:16am
Pavel has narrowed it down. Address? Rawhyde doesn't get to play because he has spent far too much time relaxing on that porch.
Arthur on 4th February 2013 @ 9:33am
I can't tell the house number from the map I looked at, but the house appears to be right across State Street from the now gone home of Earl and Phoebe Koberg. My guess is 675 State Street.
Bill Seaton on 4th February 2013 @ 10:23am
Except for the dirt road it could have been taken yesterday!
Is it the house that the back of it is the very bottom of 7th?
AndrewB on 4th February 2013 @ 10:43am
spinsur on 4th February 2013 @ 11:33am
bing bing bing bing, spinsur has the correct address. Though I think he works next door, which might be seen as an unfair advantage. Here's a Google streetview: http://goo.gl/maps/YvavY
Arthur on 4th February 2013 @ 12:17pm
Do we get to know who originally built this beautiful home?
l.e. on 4th February 2013 @ 1:08pm
Hey I gave y'all 'til almost noon! And just for the record, I don't work next door, just have tools available...!
spinsur on 4th February 2013 @ 1:40pm
that's interesting. It looks like the side walk used to run up higher above the road.
Now it is on road level.
AndrewB on 4th February 2013 @ 3:35pm
Exciting to have our home feature of the day.
The home was finished in 1902 and the original owner was Truman and Ella Butler. I don't know the builder or Architect but I must thank them for a fantastic accomplishment. A beautiful home if i may say so.
His father opened the first bank in Hood River, the Butler Banking Company, check that out on the SW corner of Third and Oak.
The previous owners put together a wonderful scrap book on the home so if you have any info on the home that you can share please do.
Collin on 5th February 2013 @ 8:59pm
Adding to AndrewB's comment, when I was a boy, if we talked about that part of 7th Street, we would have called it The Bottom of Catholic Hill.
Bill Seaton on 11th February 2013 @ 7:25am
I lived in this house with my parents and siblings in 1966
Bud Bowers on 9th March 2013 @ 9:51pm
There use to be two fir trees in front of the house. One got struck by lightning around 1977.
Tad Johnston on 19th March 2013 @ 9:10pm
Oh ya, I most definitely recognize it!! It was split into apartments and we had the upstairs apartment back in 1976! Wonderful old house.
Lori on 7th September 2014 @ 5:22pm