Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Integrity.
This Vernacular style Victorian home is in a prime location in Jacksonville, OR (on the National Historic Registry). A 2 story home with a picket fenced yard, 12 foot tall ceilings on the main level with picture moldings and more. Also known as the Davidson House on the historic registry as built in 1870 by Gustav Karewski. He owned several businesses in Jacksonville. Across from the current City Hall (formerly the County Seat and Museum) and Art Presence (original jail and later Children's Museum) make it an ideal opportunity for multiple purposes. Two blocks to the post office, one block to the grocery/hardware store and especially close to numerous top restaurants. The home has a newer roof, newer HVAC, hardwood flooring except in the kitchen & baths. Separate utility room and entrance to the garage in a hallway. Don't forget miles of hiking trails surrounding the town as well as music and art and wine festivals such as the Britt Festival featuring national acts & classical.
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