Stayton Office Building is located in Stayton, Oregon, 12 miles SE of Salem, in Marion County. This beautiful multi-use building is an enlarged replica of a historic Napa Valley victorian home. It was professionally engineered and built in 1998. The building has a classic Queen Anne style with an ornate exterior, a corner tower with finial, two-tone paint, decorative windows, detailed exterior woodwork, and a covered porch that wraps around three sides of the main level. The well-built structure has 36” steel beams, and the exterior is finished in a wide, solid redwood siding that should last for many years.
The interior design shows the same attention to detail as the exterior. The building boasts extensive solid Mahogany woodwork throughout the building, patterned wallpaper, and carved wood pillars. Interior doors with decorative glass inserts and transom windows above, a mixture of hardwood floors and carpeted floors in rich-toned patterns, and a gas fireplace on each level all work together to create the feeling that you would get from a well-appointed historic building. Additionally, there are also two kitchenettes.
While the structure displays the quintessential victorian style, it has modern features including a large elevator that serves all three levels, natural gas, central air conditioning, large open spaces, and 4 large bathrooms. The 7,161± total sf has flexible spaces that work well for office space or retail. The full basement is partially finished, and has 11 ft. ceilings and exterior access.
The .29 acre corner lot is nicely landscaped with iron perimeter fencing and coordinating metal light poles that compliment the building design. A paved driveway provides easy access to the street, and some on-site parking.
The property is less than 1/2 mile from Pioneer Park and the Santiam River. The park contains the rebuilt Jordan Covered Bridge, a picturesque covered footbridge that leads to Wilderness Park and is home to the annual covered bridge festival.
There is much to see and do in this part of Oregon. The Santiam River, a tributary of the Willamette River, is known for year-round fishing and recreation.
Silver Falls State Park, known for its gorgeous waterfalls is about 12 miles NE. Further east is thousands of acres of National Forest lands, and Mt Jefferson, Oregon’s second highest peak (10,500 ft).
The rich soils and climate of the Willamette Valley make it an agricultural hotbed. The valley is home to over 500 wineries. Many agricultural products are grown here, and the area is also known for its Christmas tree farms and annual the tulip festival.
A great opportunity to purchase a multi-use building with Victorian character and modern construction and amenities. Could be used for office space, retail, an event center, or residential. Owner may carry with strong down, OAC.