McCaskey/Madden House, Montessori Children Center

Site Number: 

254

Approximate date: 

1910

Two and one-half story wood frame; gable roof with paired gable dormers on main (east) facade; broad overhanging eaves with knee braces; horizontal clapboard siding; windows multi-light casement and one-over-one double hung sash; some large single light fixed windows and sliding glass doors on main facade. Building of similar design in the rear (west) of main house.

Address: 

3347 Old Stage Road

Alterations: 

Replacement of original windows with large fixed panes and sliding glass doors.

Style: 

Bungalow/Craftsman

City: 

Central Point
2-Secondary

Sources of information: 

Robert Keeney interview 5/25/82

Clay, Scott, Jackson County Sites Survey, 1979

Certainty: 

Modified, View Full Record

Notes: 

On Register of Historic Places, but not attributed to Frank Clark, which lists Henry Farnum as architect (application prepared by George Kramer). http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natregsearchresult.do?fullresult=true&recordid=8

On National Register of Historic Places: 

No

In Lure of Medford Inventory: 

No
Yes

Image: 

Updates: 

Currently Willows Cooking School and B&B (2/10/2013). Henry Farnum, not Frank Clark, was the architect. Clark did remodel the garage (courtesy George Kramer)