Nash Family Home


Nash Family Home


A black and white photograph of a two story, Queen Anne style home with a gabled roof and surrounded by a yard and a white picket fence. The first floor exterior of the home features a set of steps at the front-right corner that leads up to a hipped-roof porch surrounded by a low railing. A large bay window is seen along the left side of the house. The second floor of the house features a turret containing three visible double-pane windows and three intersecting, steep-pitched gabled roofs. To the right of the turret a chimney rises from the roof. A decorative bargeboard adorns the end of the gabled roof. The bell tower of St. Anthony's Catholic Church can be seen protruding above the horizon to the left of the house. The Nash home was located on Tigard Avenue and was built by Charles Shamburg in the 1890s. The Nash family resided here until the late 1920s.

Date Created

circa 1910-1920


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