Historic Properties of Spokane

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Weaver House

Weaver House
Weaver House
520 W. 16th Avenue See Map
1910
Alfred Jones
Cliff / Cannon
None
03/13/2002
09/17/2001

The Weaver House is architecturally significant as an excellent example of the Craftsman style of architecture and as the work of prominent Spokane architect Alfred Jones. The home was built in 1910 for Lawrence Weaver, a successful investor with ranching and fruit orchard interests in the Wenatchee Valley, and his wife Lydia. The couple remained in the home, where they raised a family of six, for over 60 years. It retains a high degree of its historic character and integrity.

 

Management Agreement

National Register Nomination

Nomination (PDF)