Historic Properties of Spokane

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Lloyd, Hubert & Bertha, House

Lloyd, Hubert & Bertha, House
451 W. Shoshone Pl See Map
Unknown / E. William Larson

Erected in 1910 in Spokane, Washington, the Hubert & Bertha Lloyd House is an artistic
blend of Spanish Mission and Craftsman-style traditions. The one-and-one-half story
home is covered by a very low-pitched pavilion hip roof with widely overhanging eaves
and exposed rafter tails. The north façade of the house features a full-width covered front
porch with an arched center entrance and a tall square tower at the home’s northwest
corner. The corner tower is distinguished with a concrete balcony and a protective
parapet wall. The house is supported by a basalt foundation and is clad in painted
pebbled stucco. The interior of the Lloyd House is expansive and features large open
living areas with boxed beamed ceilings, a fireplace, built-in bookcases, oak hardwood
floors with decorative perimeter inlays, and select vertical-grain fir woodwork finished to
a rich, deep brown. A north-facing two-car garage is located behind the Lloyd House.
Constructed in 1919, the garage is covered by a very shallow pyramid hip roof with
widely overhanging eaves and exposed rafter tails. It is clad in narrow-width horizontal
clapboard siding, and supports an overhanging metal garage door. The Lloyd
House/Garage retains very good integrity in original location, design, materials,
workmanship and association, and is eligible for listing on the Spokane Register of
Historic Places

Management Agreement

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