This custom home project developed from the clients desire to upgrade
their then current residence in Ashland Oregon. They decided to design
and build a new home on a newly developed 5-acre site, also in Ashland,
retaining much that they loved about their original home, which was
also designed and built with the same Architect and Davis Construction.
Larry and Debra Wolfson had searched for a long time for a home site on
which the could design and build their retirement home in Ashland, and
were very surprised when they fell in love with an existing 1910
Craftsman home in Ashland, that needed only a few elements modified to
make it what they wanted for their lifestyle.
This 2001 project doubled the space of the original 1960’s animal clinic, while updating the facilities both aesthetically and functionally. The facility now houses nearly 2300 s.f. and includes a spacious lobby and reception area, four examination rooms, a large versatile treatment area, and surgery room. Offices, storage, bathing areas, and kennels...
This historic mercantile building built in 1903 has been an integral part of the commercial downtown Ashland landscape through many generations. The owners undertook this comprehensive renovation and restoration project to not only modernize the out-of-date and inefficient interior retail spaces, but to restore the character of the original façade on East...
Water pours down in glass-like sheets over four finely crafted rockwork steps, flanked by understated, drought-resistant native plants surrounding a patio where the owners retire each warm evening with a glass of wine and maybe a book — and enter into something of a paradise
Over the last three years, Larry and Debra Wolfson have reshaped a previously overgrown, virtually inaccessible (and steep) backyard on Ashland's Almond Street.
The yard is now a showpiece, and will be featured during this year's Ashland Spring Garden Tour, hosted June 1 by the local American Association of University Women.