This is one of two homes on the tour that was originally occupied by its designer. Curtis E. Green, PE was an engineer with the BL Montague Company, a mid-century Architectural and Engineering firm that was engaged in a number of state government projects. Green designed this well-sited, split-level home to overlook the Richland Creek gorge. He and his wife, Geraldine, lived in the home until 1963 when it was sold to the family that owned it until the present owners bought it in 2016. Having fallen into disrepair, the home was saved from calamity by its current owners with the result achieving national print media and award recognition.
This newly renovated mid-century modern home accommodates a 21st century lifestyle while maintaining the character and heart of the era in which it was built. Utilizing decorative screen walls and built-ins to delineate space, epoxy floors to mimic terrazzo, natural exterior cypress siding, and vertical-grain douglas fir wall and ceiling paneling on the interior, this home offers a contemporary interpretation of mid-century modernism. The award-winning renovation was designed by the team at Tindall Architecture Workshop and ID Studio Interiors and built by Carson Speer Builders. The newly updated landscape was designed by Clint Rigsby.