National Register of Historic Places in Jackson County

National Register #93001506: Madden-McCaskey House in Central Point Photograph Taken c1913
Submitted with National Register Nomination
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National Register #93001506
Madden-McCaskey House
3347 Old Stage Road
Central Point
Built 1911

The Madden-McCaskey House is a two and one-half story orchard residence built for Frank H. Madden in 1911 and long occupied by the family of noted geologist Hiram D. McCaskey.

Built by local contractors Hathaway and Scott from a design by Central Point-based architect Henry Farnum, the Madden-McCaskey House was an early and influential example of the palatial bungalow-style dwellings built by the various members of the so-called "Chicago Colony" in the Central Point vicinity during the first "Orchard Boom" period in the Rogue River Valley.

Adapted from the NRHP nomination submitted in 1993.

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