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Comstock-Shadle Historic District

Comstock-Shadle Historic District

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994, as part of the Ninth Avenue National Register Historic District, the Comstock-Shadle Spokane Register Historic District forms a well-preserved contiguous façade presented in four houses built between 1905 and 1911. A reflection of 18th and 19th-century “black & white” dwellings and row houses built especially in the English village of Chester, the four homes that comprise the Comstock-Shadle Spokane Register Historic District are excellent adaptations of the Tudor Revival style.


Period of Significance: 1905 - 1948

Contributing Properties:

1106 W Ninth Avenue (Comstock-Shadle House)
1112 W Ninth Avenue (Shadle-Hughes House)
1118 W Ninth Avenue (Shadle-Veasey House)
1128 W Ninth Avenue (James and Elizabeth Comstock House)

Spokane Historic Register Nomination (PDF)

District Map (PDF)