While it looks incredible in the pictures, we got a bit of an uneasy (yet unexplainable) feeling pulling up to this 1899 house in Spokane, Washington.
According to historicspokane.org, “As one of the largest historic landmark residences in Spokane, the brick-and-stucco Leo and Katie Long House is a high-style example of the Queen Anne tradition with French Eclectic and Tudor Revival-style influence.
“The two-and-one-half-story home commands a panoramic view of north Spokane from a steep hillside site in the Second Railroad Addition on the South Hill. The home is characterized by typical Queen Anne-style features including an irregular footprint, an irregular steeply pitched hip roof, multiple dormers and bays, and two full-height towers. The Long House retains a high degree of architectural integrity in original location, design, materials, workmanship, and association as a single-family residence erected at the dawn of the twentieth century in Spokane.”