Jesse Edwards House

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Jesse Edwards House
Jesse Edwards House Newberg Oregon.JPG
Jesse Edwards House viewed from the street.
Location 402 S. College St.
Newberg, Oregon
Coordinates 45°17′52″N 122°58′17″W / 45.29778°N 122.97139°W / 45.29778; -122.97139 (Edwards, Jesse, House)Coordinates: 45°17′52″N 122°58′17″W / 45.29778°N 122.97139°W / 45.29778; -122.97139 (Edwards, Jesse, House)
Built 1883
Architectural style Victorian[citation needed]
Governing body George Fox University
NRHP Reference # 80003393
Added to NRHP August 25, 1980

The Jesse Edwards House is a historic house in Newberg, Oregon, United States. Built by Jesse Edwards, the "Father of Newberg" and one of the founders of George Fox University, it is the second-oldest residence in the city, after the Hoover-Minthorn House. The house was built about 100 feet (30 m) from its current location; it was moved in 1905 to allow for street widening.

When Jesse Edwards died, his family purchased the home. In 1998, they sold it to George Fox University to house university presidents, for which it was restored.

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