We were just driving around and stumbled on to this old house set in park-like grounds right on the Willamette River. There is a small parking lot - no room for RVs.
The grounds are open and there is a very informative sign telling the history of the house. It was built in 1927 by Dr. Edward McLean and had all the modern conveniences available at the time. The rose garden planted by Mrs McLean is still there.
The interior of the house is usually closed to visitors and is not set up for tours. It is used primarily as a wedding venue. The outside is a pleasant place for a short visit.
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