Jamison Brown House is a two-story wood residence that is significant due to its architecture and historical associations with two well-known Santa Clara families. In 1866, Samuel Jamison, who arrived in California during the Gold Rush, constructed the original house, a vernacular Italianate-style home, on 50 acres on Coffin Road (near Great America Boulevard. and Highway 101). The original distinctive corner quoins remain after several additions and remodels. This historic 1866 colonial house is a charming venue located in the center of Santa Clara. You and your guests will enjoy this 2 story, historical house with its hardwood floors and enchanting style. The wrap-around, covered porch and brick patio is ideal for outdoor set-ups, which open onto their redwood grove and sculpture garden. The contemporary Triton Museum of Art is a wonderful venue to include for indoor events.