Rustic Renovation

Preserving the beauty of yesteryear in a historic Oregon summer home

By Jana Voelke Studelska
Published: June 1, 2006
The massive front porch is supported by log columns and was completely rebuilt by the Haberlachs. Over the years, the large overhang of the roof and balconies have protected the home’s logs from Oregon’s rainy weather.
Photo by Roger Wade
Looking back on it, the Haberlachs realize they had no idea what they were getting into – this large log summer home just miles from downtown Portland, Ore., listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Read more!
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