Can you imagine a teenager designing a house like this? That’s exactly what Earl Morrison — famous as “Boy Architect” — was known for.
Morrison designed several home on Spokane, Washington’s South Hill while he was still a student at South Central High School (now Lewis & Clark). He teamed up with contractor Aaron L. Lundquist to create this beauty in 1910. They collaborated on many homes and even shared an office downtown.
The house was sold to Charles Winter, vice president of Spokane and Eastern Trust Company.