Overlooking Main Street in Ashland, Oregon, the Coolidge House was built in 1875 for Orlando Coolidge, the first nurseryman in the town.
Coolidge came to Ashland in 1862 and bought a large farm, creating one of the largest nurseries in Southern Oregon, growing fruits, nuts, shrubs, flowers and ornamental trees.
After Coolidge and his wife passed, daughter Minnie continued living in the beautiful Italianate until 1929.
It remains one of the city’s finest examples of early private residences, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Now a bed and breakfast, it features four suites in the main house and a guest cottage.