The city of Roseburg has had the historic Willis House on the market for a year, but city officials say potential buyers are not interested unless they can also purchase an adjacent park and gazebo. The city’s parks commission voted Wednesday to recommend the house and park be sold together. The City Council will make a final decision later this summer. The two most recent prospective buyers said they would like to convert the 139-year-old former city hall at 744 S.E. Rose St. into a bed and breakfast, but both also want the 7,400-square-foot park, according to city documents. The …
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