Maxfield's is a turn of the century vintage home in Ashland, Oregon. Built in 1903, Maxfield's is a charming Victorian home in Ashland's historic district. Features include fir floors, oriental rugs and period inspired furniture. The name is inspired by the artist Maxfield Parrish. Some of his artwork is fondly displayed here.
This timeless classic features period details throughout. It has two levels and sleeps a maximum of eight. There are three queen size beds and two twins. The twins can be put together and converted into a king.
The lower level, main floor has about 1200 square feet and includes a parlor and drawing room, fully equipped kitchen, dining room, master bedroom and bath and spa plus another half bath and laundry off the kitchen. There is a queen sleeper sofa in the cozy drawing room which can be made very private.
An old-fashioned entry with wooden stairs and balustrade leads to the upper level which has two bedrooms featuring dormer windows and sloping ceilings. One has a queen bed, the other has a trundle bed (2 twins). Between them is a full bath.
The house features a fully equipped kitchen, BBQ, televisions, DVD, CD stereo, WiFi, video and book libraries, laundry, central air conditioning, steam/jet tub/shower and that’s just inside the house. Outside, there are two covered porches, one in front, one in the rear. Both with white wicker furniture. Each overlooks a small cottage garden.
Located just a few minutes from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival theaters, SOU and the heart of downtown Ashland, you will be close to all of the fine restaurants, bakeries, coffee houses, breweries, wine houses, art galleries, outdoor stores, and other specialty shops that historic Ashland offers. Don't miss beautiful Lithia Park, Emigrant Lake, or the many hiking trails. At the end of the day you have groceries, wine & beer, and fresh pastries a short walk away.
Folks love Maxfield’s. One traveler from Portland, Oregon writes, “The house reminded me of someplace out of the early 1900's. It was homey and pleasant. It is easy walking distance to town and has a very pleasant porch where we ate breakfast most mornings. The shower in the master bedroom was spectacular. A must experience.”
Enjoy the day outside experiencing the magnificence of Southern Oregon or take the family to experience downtown Ashland, there is always something to do your family will enjoy. And when you want a historical family home, think Maxfield’s, it has something for everyone.
For additional information on Maxfield’s vacation rental, visit their VRBO post:
City of Ashland Planning Action Number 10-218
About Maxfield’s Vacation Rental
Founded in 2010 by Steve Larson, who loves to travel and enjoy helping others make the most of their travels. Steve chose Ashland as it was a great place to live and put a great amount of time, thought and expense into making this vintage Victorian a dream home. He says, “It was well worth it but now it is just me so I decided to make it available to visitors. I think you will have everything you need to enjoy your visit to Ashland. Hopefully you'll feel right at home. If you like to walk you won't ever have to move your car to explore all that Ashland has to offer.”