About the Victorian on 10th

About the Victorian on 10th

Since purchasing land in Oregon's Willamette Valley (2003),  Paul and Maria Wronski dreamed of opening a dog friendly vacation rental in a historic building conveniently located to shops and restaurants.  That opportunity came in 2014 when they purchased the Frank E. Roger's Queen Anne Victorian at the corner of Baker and 10th.  Built in 1896 and designated with the highest significance on McMinnville's Historic Register, the building was in dire need of extensive restoration.  Maria could see the potential of this tattered and worn building and had a vision of bringing the Grand Dame back to her original glory.  

While Paul focused on his vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills and honed his newly crafted wine making skills - Maria undertook the management of the year-long renovations to the Victorian.  Her efforts culminated with the opening of the Inn the winter of 2015.

Traveling around the world, spending time with their dogs, enjoying fine food and wine, connecting with friends and family and collecting antiques are cornerstones of Paul and Maria's life.  They hope like minded travelers will appreciate what they have created at The Victorian on 10th!

Featured in Roots to Roofs, the News Register's quarterly Real Estate guide (fall 2015) and 2018 recipient of the City of McMinnville's Prestigious Award for Historic Preservation, The Victorian on 10th has been showcased for it's quality renovations and period authenticities.  Open to those looking to experience modern comforts while appreciating craftsman details found only in turn-of-the-century architecture.  Plan your stay at The Victorian on 10th .  The dog friendly inn has been lovingly restored to it's original 1896 Queen Anne Victorian beauty and offers a "home away from home" quality.  The 2,600 square foot Victorian in the heart of the Willamette Valley Wine Country, has fully equipped apartments and kitchens include local fruit and homemade artisan pastries,  juice, and premium coffee and teas. 

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