The Historical United States Hotel in Jacksonville Oregon

The Historical United States Hotel in Jacksonville Oregon The Historical United States Hotel in Jacksonville Oregonmay be for sale in the near future.  One of Jacksonville's oldest historical buildings could be up for sale within 3 months.  The Southern Oregon Historical Society (SOHS) has proposed selling the United States Hotel on California St. in Jacksonville Oregon, in hopes that Jackson County will give the Southern Oregon Historical Society a cut of the profit.  Jackson County owns the 100+ year old building, which is leased and maintained by the SOHS.
Earlier this month, SOHS, which is struggling financially, proposed moving out of Jacksonville and consolidating its operation in a building it owns in Medford, Oregon.  If the county agrees to sell the hotel, it could be auctioned off within three months.  The picture above features Quilts on display at The Historical United States Hotel in Jacksonville, Oregon.

The U.S. Hotel was built around 1880, and today houses office space and a bank on the ground floor.  The upstairs Ballroom is available to rent for weddings, reunions, retreats and private parties.  It features a large space for events such as weddings and class reunions, as well as a smaller room with an antique bar and large table for meetings.

Perhaps you could be the future owner of The Historical United States Hotel in Jacksonville Oregon!


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Comment balloon 4 commentsMelinda (Mel) Peterson • January 30 2010 11:12PM


It's very similar to what's happening around the country.  The government here in California is trying to sell off all kinds of public assets, like the Orange County Fairgrounds.  These decisions should be made by the people, but apparently we don't count.  The whole country is ready for the taken, and China will be the beneficiary.  Commerce was one thing, but literally selling off such prime landmarks to our rival, that's treason.  God help the USA!

Posted by Alix Pinzon, (562)743-6086 (Open Mortgage, LLC NMLS # 2975) almost 9 years ago

Now that's a brick and mortar business!  I hope it sells to someone with local integrity.

Posted by Alix Pinzon, Lic# 1167761 (Southern California Mortgage Lending) almost 9 years ago

Hi Melinda,

Thank you for sharing a very good and informative blog.


Posted by John Pusa, Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest) almost 9 years ago

Howdy and Mornen Melinda

The United States Hotel, sure is a fine looken builden. I sure do hope they put some kind of provision on the sale, that it has to be keeped as a Historical builden. It sure is a same they are going to selle it. I have the same feelens that Gregg has.

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Posted by Baker Home Inspection and Commercial Properties Inspections, Home and Commercial Properties Inspections Vermont (Baker Residential and Commercial Properties Inspections) almost 9 years ago