One of the older homes in Oregon is the Queen Anne style house built in 1897 for Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Marvin.
One of Oregon’s earliest settlers, Robert Thomson settled in section 12 of Oregon township in 1841. He purchased 46 acres from the government and built a log cabin on the bank of what is now Thomson’s Creek, near Janesville and S. Perry Parkway.
GILBERT HOUSE (1907) 357 N. Main Street American Queen Anne style houses are characterized by an irregularity of plan and massing and by a variety of surface textures, roofs, and wall projections. Shingle or clapboard siding predominates and sometimes is used above a brick ground story. Roofs are steeply pitches, usually with a dominant front-facing […]