The Moyer House – Brownsville Oregon 97327

The Moyer House in Historic Brownsville Oregon 97327When visiting Brownsville, make sure to make a stop at the historic Moyer House.

The elegant old Moyer House has spent more than 100 years overseeing the life and development of one of Oregon's oldest pioneer communities, Brownsville Oregon.  

Built in 1881, the house was built by J.M Moyer, who was married to Elizabeth Brown, the daughter of founding father Hugh L. Brown, after whom Brownsville was later named.

The house was originally built on seven acres, extending toward the Calapooya River and Brownsville's presentMoyer House Brownsville OR City Park.

Twelve foot ceilings, a white Italian marble fireplace, and curved walnut banisters decorated the inside, while elaborate trims and heavily bracketed cornices adorned the Italianate exterior.

Group Tours may be prearranged for any day and time. To arrange for tours, or for further information, please call (541) 466-3390.

Normal business hours are:

Saturday, 11:00 - 4:00
Sunday, 1:00 - 5:00

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541-466-5094 Office   541-936-1630 Cell 106 W Bishop Way, Brownsville OR 97327

Written By: Alecia A. Barnes -Proud to be a Realtor® in the State Of Oregon - Serving Albany, Brownsville, Corvallis, Eugene/Springfield, Halsey, Lebanon, Sweet Home, and the surrounding areas. If you are thinking of moving to Oregon, or are looking to list or buy property, give me a call, I'd love to help!




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Todd Clark
Keller Williams Realty - Beaverton, OR
Broker - Beaverton, Oregon Real Estate Expert - (503) 524-9494

I love cities like Brownsville that embrace their history and preserve for the world to see instead of tearing it down in the name of progress.

Nov 11, 2007 02:34 AM #1
landen pilant

I am really interested in the oregon trail. Recently my class to a trip to the moyor house. I forgot to ask one question. Can you still see the moyors old house?

May 02, 2012 02:25 PM #2
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