Rosemound Farm is located in Scholls, Oregon, just about 20 minutes southwest of Portland. This property was developed by a family that travelled the Oregon Trail and settled in the Chehalem Valley. Over the years, a log cabin was built, then a Victorian style frame house and eventually a Georgian style manor house. The Victorian and Georgian are residences, and are sited along SW River Road. The Georgian home was designed by well known architect Herman Brookman and built in 1936, as a modern house.
The properties include 17 acres and 29 acres of gardens and hazelnut and walnut orchards. The community surrounding the Scholls crossroads boasts apple farms, table grapes, berry farms, cut flowers, wheat, corn, potatoes, and much more. Several farm stores and U-Pick fields are available, along with Christmas tree farms. The community is very strong, supportive and full of wonderful characters. Our local South Store Café is a meeting place daily for neighbors, friends, and tourists.
The local wineries are many and offer tasting rooms, tours and hands-on harvesting and crush activities. We support our local wines!
The garden at Rosemound Farm is a joy every day. This garden was developed by many hands and hearts over the generations. Food crops as well as ornamental gardens are part of the plan and are open to the public by appointment. The grounds feature old shade trees, rare and odd species of perennials, beautiful flowering shrubs, open fields, and a truffle orchard.