Reid House

Snickers on a Stick here, vicariously showing off another cool house in Spokane, Washington.

“Built in 1900 and designed by prominent Spokane architect Albert Held, the Reid House is one of the finest examples of Craftsman Bungalow style architecture in Spokane. In continuous use as a single-family residence for over 100 years, the house has been home to four of Spokane’s most prominent families: early pioneer banker Aaron Kuhn and his wife Leah; noted physician and surgeon Dr. Peter Reid and his wife Jean; and Dr. Robert Reid, Jean and Peter’s son. The house has been in continuous use as a single-family residence for over 100 years.

The Reid House is a contributing property in the Browne’s Addition Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and was included as a contributing property in the Browne’s Addition Local Historic District Overlay zone in 2019.” — HistoricSpokane.org

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