Historic Properties of Spokane
Designed for Dr. Joseph Hathaway, the Hathaway-Suksdorf House is a distinguished French Eclectic house. Architecturally significant, the Hathaway-Suksdorf House is one of few representative examples in Spokane, a style that was popular throughout America during this time. The house is one of the best remaining examples of the work of Hyrtice Marsh, the architect best known for the French Eclectic architectural style in Spokane. Easily recognized for its distinctive style, the home exhibits all the textbook character-defining French Eclectic features: the massive, steeply pitched, hipped pavilion roof, the flared eaves, the symmetrical brick veneer facade with its centrally placed door, the decorative quoins, the arched roof dormers and the tall chimney.
The Hathaway-Suksdorf House is a contributing property in the Rockwood Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places 4/14/1997.