Built when quality was handcrafted and high standards were revered, this stately Craftsman home has been upgraded and enhanced to provide an elevated living experience seldom found in the era or area. Reside in the historic Upmeyer House – a prominent home built in 1913 to withstand time and recently modernized to age gracefully through the years. Situated on an oversized corner lot with gracious outdoor living space accessed from most rooms. An incredible opportunity for those who desire a quality home and charming small-town lifestyle wrapped into one.
4,103 SQ FT
2 Full and 1 Half Baths
Built in 1913
Updated forced air heat, electrical and plumbing
Stainless steel gas appliances
Three gas fireplaces
Stately exterior design
Original fir floors throughout
Original paned windows
*Per the City of Harrisburg website (click here)
EE Upmeyer came here in the mid-1870s. He owned a 500-acre stock farm two miles east of Harrisburg and 320 acres of timber on the Siuslaw River and bought 1/3 of a sawmill. In 1894, he promoted the Harrisburg Water Power Canal. He died in 1912, leaving his widow, Katherine, an estate valued at over $40,000. She bought an acre in 1913 and hired an architect to build this beautiful home from cedar trees on the property. This stately colonial style home with balconies and original paned windows is one of the largest in Harrisburg.
Harrisburg has a population of approximately 3,800 residents and is located in Linn County, between Lane and Benton counties, close to many conveniences and attractions.
Approximately 25 minutes to Eugene, 30 minutes to Corvallis, 1 hour to Salem