245 Valley View Drive Be a part of this story - Join the legacy of this exceptional Eastside English Tudor Mansion. This masterfully constructed Arts & Crafts revival of the English Tudor was designed by Louis Humphries, a British architect known for his work in the Bay Area. Built in 1929 by Edith and Hamilton Patton, it was the boyhood home of Bill Patton, the Executive Director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival honored in Lithia Park for his service of almost four decades. The legacy includes Harry of Harry & David & was host to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Lovingly restored by the current owner, this hilltop home retains its integrity of design, materials, workmanship, & setting. It has the original floor plan, which includes spacious rooms & high ceilings. Decorative hardware and detailing is evident throughout. Situated on almost an acre, the expansive grounds, extensive lawns, hedge borders, & mature trees create a peaceful & private setting that will allow you to travel back in time.