Victor Bursell House

Site Number: 

21

Approximate date: 

1919

Two-story wood frame; rectangular in shape; 36 x 30 feet; one-story ell extends from rear west wall; horizontal clapboards on lower wall; stucco above sill line of second floor; central recessed entrance with Tuscan columns in main facade; hip roof portico supported by decorative brackets; multi-light casement windows on south end of house; second floor windows predominately six-over-one double hung sash.

Address: 

3075 Hanley Road

Alterations: 

Addition of window shutters (late 1940's); enclosure of small porch in rear of house.

Style: 

Prairie style

City: 

Central Point

Significance: 

Victor Bursell was a farmer and orchardist active in Jackson County politics; served as Jackson County Commissioner between 1920 and 1933.
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Sources of information: 

Medford Mail Tribune, 6/1/20

Evans, Gail, Victor and Bertha Bursell House National Register nomination, 1981.

Certainty: 

Confirmed, SOHS Inventory

On National Register of Historic Places: 

No

In Lure of Medford Inventory: 

No
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