Rare opportunity to reimagine one of Portland's most prominent estates located in Dunthorpe and designed by Herman Brookman on an incredible 1.55-acre lot. This Georgian-style home represents a bygone era with timeless details in a spectacular setting. Available for only the 5th time since it was built in 1939, this home has deep architectural roots and is ready for a new curator to take it into its second century. Known for the M. Lloyd Frank estate, AKA the Lewis & Clark Manor House, Menucha, the Julius Meier estate in Corbett and the Lee S. Elliot house, Brookman was a master architect who left a legacy of some of the area's most remarkable homes. Complete with a pool fit for the Rat Pack, glorious views, including Mt. Hood from the primary suite, this home's classic design is ready for the next generation to enjoy life on the tree-lined streets of Dunthorpe.