Why I love Jacksonville Oregon

Dated: 09/21/2018

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Life seems to slow a bit in historic Jacksonville. This quaint little town had a wild start as a gold rush town when gold was first discoved at rich gulch in 1851. Originally name Table Rock City, Jacksonvile was born from the minning camps and grew into the largest city in Oregon at one time.  With over 100 buildings in the National Register of Historic Places most of Jacksonville is now a Historic Landmark. 

The slow pace of life and beautifully restored buildings give Jacksonville a unique feel from other towns in the Rogue Valley. For a little town there sure is a lot to do. Wine tasting at 4 tasting rooms in town and 2 wineries just one mile outside of town. The summer long concerts at the Britt Music and Art Festival host an assortment of music to fit everyones tastes. Indepently owned stores with a variety of goods and great resturants. 

What's not to love about Jacksonville.

I hope to see you in town, stop and say hello!

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Eric Kammer

As an agent who's an expert in this local area, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate here. It's not the same everywhere, so you need someone you can trust f....

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