Baby barn swallows rest on the porch railing, preparing for their first flight.
The stairs from the little dining room out to the back garden, which in summer is a cascade of roses and lilies.
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Located at the southern end of the Rogue Valley, the Mountain House enjoys great views. Black locust trees shade the flower garden at the back of the house, which brims with oakleaf hydrangea, shrub roses, and lilies.
A certified Wildlife Habitat, the property is home to many kinds of birds, foxes, raccoons, and other creatures. At night you can hear frogs and crickets, and sometimes coyotes from across the creek.
The view looking across the road in summer shows how the ridges of the Siskiyou Mountains slope down to the opening for the Rogue River Valley.