This beautiful house on Avalon Way was built in 1904 for F. C. House, if I am reading the 1988 notes correctly. They indicate the oak tree on the left died in 1985 and the one on the far right died in 1988. This house was the home of Ned Marshall's family in 1988, and I'm happy to say it still is. The house still looks the same, though the background looks quite different today.
Category: [Downtown Hood River]
Tags: Avalon_Way Marshall
Love that window in the front door..........
Charlott on 20th July 2016 @ 7:02am
I like the house, I like the before and after pictures, I wish there was a "like" button as on facebook for this great site.
Kenn on 20th July 2016 @ 8:22am
I've known this house for the past 70 years, truly a wonderful home, because of the family's that have lived there.
Leslie on 20th July 2016 @ 9:57am
I spy a nice double swing on the left side of the home and scary fuzzy faces in the left window amoungst the reflection on the then much smaller pine tree needles that still appears present current day.
Steve r on 20th July 2016 @ 2:44pm
With 80 years of growth added to the trees, how large were they when they died?
I give a "like" to Kenn's comment.
L.E. on 20th July 2016 @ 2:45pm