The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, June 01, 1913, SECTION THREE, Page 9, Image 51

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The C. K. Henry Residence
To Be Sold at Auction
Saturday, June 14th, at 2:30 P. M.
The Beautiful C. K. Henry Residence in Laurelhurst
Northeast Corner of East Glisan Street and Laddington Court
Sale Will Be Held on the Premises
This beautiful residence occupies an elevation pf two hundred and twenty-five feet
above the river, erected on the site of the old Ladd Farm house under Mr. Henry's per
sonal supervision and inspection. He and his family having camped in the old farm
house while this residence was being erected, and being intended for the final home,
received the utmost care and attention from Mr. Henry as to every particle of mate
rial and labor put into the dwelling.
The site is one of the most healthful and attractive locations in the City of Port
land, and receives more hours of sunlight than any other elevated spot in Portland,
commanding a view of mountains and all directions of the compass.
The stone work in the residence is of the finest. Every window, frombasement to
attic, and every glass door, is fitted with best selected plate glass; basement isfully fin
ished in Keene's English cement, with iron columns instead of wood posts. The first
floor is f unshed throughout in solid mahogany as fine as shown in any Steinway Piano,
being the best specimen of work ever done by the Parelius Manufacturing Company.
The hot water heating plant and plumbing was supplied and put in by the Jacobsen-De
Temple Company in their best manner. On the second floor every door, including
closet doors, are Pitcher Perfection Sliding Doors, requiring double partitions. Hard
wood floors throughout, not the ordinary three or five-eighths, but seven-eighths of
an inch thick; best piece of hardwood flooring laid down in the city. Porches and ter
races are all laid with Welch Quarry Tile, done by the Oregon Art Tile Company, and is
one of the finest pieces of work done on the poast. There are five open fireplaces in
the house, four of Rookwood Pottery Tile and one of glass Faience in the living-room.
Mr. Henry erected and caused to be erected a number of large buildings in the
city, and it seemed as if material man, as well as mechanic, took the utmost care to sup
ply the best of goods and give the best of workmanship in this beautiful dwelling.
Every door and window is supplied with rustless metal weather stripping and screens,
In every detail the house has been fully considered, and inspection will prove it first
class m every particular.
The grounds, comprising nearly ten lots, are beautifully landscaped, and contains
some of the finest shrubs, flowers and trees to be had. The pool and pergola and tea
houseon the grounds are artistic and finely built. The location of the property is fine.
Pwenty-six miles of paved streets surround it, and a direct paved street into the city,
as well as car service passes in front of the property.
Furniture, furnishings and Oriental rugs, if wanted, can be had at private purchase
lIT6r til S3.J.C
. of- Henry having sold the Henry Building and other properties here, and moving
to bouthern California, is his sole reason for selling this property.
??is Pr.0Pe?tv be sold to the highest bidder. There is no mortgage upon it, and
Mr. Henry is ready to give liberal terms on same. Intending purchasers can see plans foriaspection of the property by applying to Mr. Henry, at his office, 83
Fourth Street, Henry Building.