Historic Properties of Spokane
The Bleecker House is a fine example of the Dutch Colonial Revival tradition with Craftsman-style influence. The home is a large two-story platform-frame dwelling with a medium-pitched, prominently-flared side gable roof with widely overhanging eaves, tongue-in-groove paneled wood soffits, and wood modillions. The house has a symmetrical façade design with symmetrical fenestration patterns, original louvered wood window shutters, a combination of original multi-paned casement and double-hung wood-sash windows, a covered center front porch, and double-course wood shingle siding. Well-preserved and in excellent condition, the Bleecker House retains good exterior and interior architectural integrity in original location, design, materials, workmanship, and association as an early twentieth-century single-family home built in northwest Spokane.