The Beeson-Gleim House is a 2 story, wood framed Edwardian farm house, built circa 1906 by Emmett Beeson, one of the Rogue Valley's original pioneers. Today, it is a most attractive, lovingly restored 2279 sq ft family home. Offering 4 beds, 2 baths, and a bonus room with all the charm of yesteryear. The high ceilings, original trim work, large front porch make for a comfortable & aesthetically pleasing dwelling. Many updates have been recently completed including new exterior paint, freshly painted interior, refinished fir floors, some new wood flooring installed to match, radiant heated tile in bathroom floor, new water main & electrical from street to the house & much more. The views from the large picture windows encompass a 360 degree view of the valley & stunning Wagner Butte, Grizzly Peak & Roxy Ann. Zoned EFU with water available from TID and Beeson/Robison. A perfect blend of town & country living w/city water & a new septic system, close to town on .52 acre.
Each office is Independently Owned and Operated.