The John Rouzer home is one of Oregon's most complete and outstanding buildings. Built in 1877 by Dayton master contractor, John Rouzer, this 3,890 sq ft building shows off Mr. Rouzer's woodworking ability. Finely crafted woodwork in its natural finish, exquisite high-victorian fireplace mantels, ornate plaster ceiling medallions and the original gently-curving staircase which graces the entry hall are but a few of the details Mr. Rouzer was regionally known for. Rouzer built the building which currently houses the Victoria Theater, Steele High School (as well as a number of other public educational buildings), the Dayton and Columbus Court Houses and Dayton's first skyscraper at the corner of 3rd and Main Streets, the Callahan Building. The commercially-zoned building is currently a law office, but could be reused as an antique shop, specialty shop, restaurant, B&B, professional office or even returned to its original use as one of Oregon's most stately residences. 1st floor apt.
Thanks for all your help in making our "dream home" a reality. We really appreciated that you went the extra mile to get us the best price for our home. You are truly a professional.John and Rhonda Robinson