Historic Properties of Spokane

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MacLeod House

MacLeod House
Lillian Conn Antiques
1001 W. Augusta Avenue See Map
1902
Unknown
West Central
None
N/A
08/29/2005

Built in 1902, the Alex and Addie MacLeod House is an excellent example of the Free Classic subtype of the Queen Anne style.  Located north of downtown Spokane in the Mountain View Addition of the city’s West Central neighborhood, the house is one of few homes in the area featuring brick masonry construction and a full-width front porch with a hexagonal porch turret.  The MacLeod House is well-preserved and conveys building techniques, materials, workmanship, and designs popularized by the Queen Anne style in Spokane during the late 1890s and early 1900s. 

 

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