Historic Properties of Spokane

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Bayley House

Bayley House
My Father's House
3111 E. Marshall Avenue See Map
1889
Loren L. Rand
Chief Garry Park
None
N/A
07/13/2015

Built in 1889, the James and Sarah Bayley House is an almost textbook example of the Queen Anne style. Fish-scale shingling, decorative wood paterae, multiple bay windows and asymmetrical form all avoid a smooth-walled appearance, a notable feature of the Queen Anne style. Although originally built in the Ross Park Addition for James Luther Bayley, one of Spokane’s first pioneer bridge builders and civil contractors, and his wife, Sarah, the home has since been moved one mile east.

 

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