Welcome to the Heirloom House! Built in the early 1940’s, the Heirloom House today maintains much of its original charm and is truly a historic piece of Orangevale. It has been a labor of love to restore and renovate this property and we couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome.
For a look at the before pictures, feel free to check out our blog post detailing the renovation process. (Coming soon)
House guests enjoy ten acres of property including picnic tables, tree swings and teeter-totters. There is ample space to roam and explore. Barnyard tours can be scheduled ahead of time—we are always more than happy to share our animals with our guests.
Those who stay at the ranch house aren’t surprised to see a few free range critters during their time at Heirloom Acres. Wild turkeys and pheasants often stroll through the fields and a quail family lives just off of the driveway and can be seen scurrying across the gravel. On occasion, a coyote will travel through the creek in the late evening hours, but they keep to themselves and are often heard rather than seen.
Guests experience all of the comforts of home during their stay. The Heirloom House is set up with Apple TV with Netflix and Hulu and heating and air are easily controlled with the Nest thermostat. On cooler nights, guests are welcome to use the pellet stove to provide extra warmth and a cozy atmosphere. The 3 bedroom, 3 full bath, 2,000 sq. ft. house comfortably sleeps eight with accommodations for more. Our goal is to make Heirloom Acres a home away from home.
As a working farm, guests often see our family out planting seeds in the cut flower gardens or otherwise tending to the land. Staying at the Heirloom House is a true farmcation experience and we couldn’t be happier to share it with you and your family.
To book your Heirloom House stay, check out our Airbnb listing here.