|Space||1,500 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
A cottage-style farmhouse, it includes a family-friendly open floor plan with a fully equipped kitchen, breakfast bar, dining area, and living room with a twin sleeper. The first floor includes two bedrooms, one with two twin beds and one with a queen bed. The queen bedroom has a patio door that opens onto the deck overlooking the nature park, bike path and playground. Not traveling with a bike? We have a stable of easy-to-ride bikes to choose from. The home has high speed internet, cable television, and off-street parking. A washer and dryer are located in the utility room off the full kitchen. There is a gas barbecue with serving area, utensils, and rolling cooler you can also use for day trips.
The second floor includes a bedroom with a California-king bed, separate sitting area with twin sleeper, full bath, kitchenette, executive desk, and private deck.
In the middle of Oregon horse country and on the edge of Oregon wine country, Wilsonville is within 30 minutes of the Woodburn Outlet Mall, Downtown Portland, the Oregon Zoo, Portland International Airport, the state capitol in Salem, and the Columbia River gorge. Within an hour you can be at Mt. Hood or in just a little longer, on the Oregon coast. Within 2 miles, you can walk, bike, or drive to numerous restaurants and bars from coffee bistros and fast food to fine dining. Pharmacies, groceries, department stores, Frys Electronics, the Family Fun Center, and many more retail shops are also available in Wilsonville. World of Speed is now open in Wilsonville for racing fans to enjoy.
If you are traveling for genealogy or history, we are very knowledgeable about our pioneer cemeteries, museums, and heritage attractions. The Aurora Colony is located just 5 miles away with many antique shops and museums. One of the most recent trees to gain status as an Oregon State Heritage Tree, the R.V. Short Fir, stands just outside this farmhouse.
Susan and Charlotte grew up in the other house on the property. Susan and her husband, Pat, live there with Charlotte. The three of us took on the challenge of moving this little house in order to save it from demolition. In the process we have learned a great deal about architectural restoration and we love to talk DIY with anyone who is interested! Talk about an adventure in moving!
Pat & Susan Harrison and Charlotte Lehan purchased this cottage in 2013
This little farm house, originally located in what is now Villebois, was slated for demolition when we decided to move it 1.5 miles to sit next to its sister house, of similar vintage and style that Susan and Charlotte grew up in. It is an example of the best of 1941 craftsmanship in a modest farm home. In the process of moving it we made the updates necessary to offer all the amenities and technology that any discerning business traveler has come to expect.
If you have an interest in architectural history or renovation we are sure you will enjoy this property, but even if you do not know a salt box from a log cabin, you will enjoy the privacy, comfort, amenities, location, and access this property has to offer.
This is a beautiful home in a quiet neighborhood...a perfect place to spend the weekend. The hosts were absolutely wonderful - even allowing us to stop by and drop off our luggage in the morning. There were 7 adults staying at the property and the house never felt small. I would love to stay here again!!!
The house is as charming on the inside as it is on the outside! It was thoughtfully stocked and had plenty of everything to make our stay a happy one. It was also impeccably clean! Charolette was very available to answer questions and share the interesting history of the home. You will love your stay at this property! We sure did! I know we will be back again.
This is a beautiful home! It's clean and fresh and filled with sunlight each day. Staying in this house allowed me to explore Portland and Salem and return to a peaceful oasis each evening with the sounds of frogs chirping. An extra bonus to staying here was seeing the well-cared-for happy chickens living on the property. Attention photographers: There's a trail behind the property that leads to a nature reserve providing plenty of opportunities for capturing photos of scenic fields and wildlife. I happened to be staying while the daffodils along this trail were in bloom; a real treat.
Amie R. Seattle, WA
We had a great time! The house was very comfortable which made our stay so relaxing!
We loved the property. Everything was great. Eggs from the chickens on the property. Very comfortable stay.
Twin Oaks is a modest 1941 farmhouse located next to a city park with a bike path connecting it to Graham Oaks Natural Area, a regional 250-acre nature park with trails and bike paths. Located just off Interstate-5 in Wilsonville, Oregon, it is convenient to the Portland metro area and the northern Willamette Valley.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|$1500 Damage Protection||$59|
Cleaning and linen service can be arranged for stays longer than one week.