Stunning Northwest Modernist Retreat in the South Hills Overlooking the University of Oregon

Last Updated: Jun. 11th, 2019
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This is the perfect academic retreat at the extreme southern edge of the college/track town of Eugene, Oregon. It sits at an elevation of 1,000 ft, a full 600 ft above the Willamette valley and commands stunning views over the city of Eugene to the Coburg Hills to the north east.

The house is a unique seven-level Northwest modernist home that was custom designed for John Breeden, whose company built the majority of the homes in Eugene's South Hills, but is unlike any other.

The house is owned by a professor of architecture at the University of Oregon who is moving to the University of Hawaii. It is such a wonderful home that they want to rent rather than part with it.

It is a 4 mile, 15 minute drive from the University of Oregon, and its location offers automatic entry to the best elementary, middle and high schools in Eugene.


Home Details:

For rent!   
Contact: Kevin N., Academic - Faculty/Instructor
Location: Eugene, Oregon, US
Neighborhood: South Hills
Postal Code: 97405
  See a map of 635 Startouch Drive
Type: House (Single Family) (Suitable for up to 4 people)
Cost: (USD) $3,000.00 per month (Firm)
Lease: Aug. 1st, 2019, until Jun. 30th, 2020
(Minimum lease length: 6 months)
(Lease dates negotiable)
Utilities: No Utilities Included
Size: 2,100 square feet / 195 square meters
Rooms: 2 full-bathrooms
1 half-bathrooms
3 bedrooms
8 total rooms (excluding bathrooms)
Off Campus Rural Environment
Walk/jog Trails Near Schools
Air Conditioning Balcony
Cats Allowed Deck or Patio
Dishwasher Dryer
Family Friendly Fireplace
Furnished Garage
Garage Parking Garden
Hardwood Floors Landscaped
Laundry Microwave
Nonsmoking Refrigerator
Semi-furnished Storage
Storage Shed Two Story
Washer Washer/Dryer
Some Pets Allowed
Nearby Universities: University of Oregon
Northwest Christian College
Eugene Bible College
Gutenberg College
Lane Community College

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