Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Storey, Ellsworth P., Architect (firm); Ellsworth Prime Storey (architect)

Dates: constructed 1913

2 stories, total floor area: 3,540 sq. ft.

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2306 34th Avenue South
Mount Baker, Seattle, WA 98144-5554

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Building History

Noted Arts and Crafts Movement architect Ellsworth P. Storey (1879-1960) designed this residence, completed in 1913, for Robert M. Evans. According to the Seattle City Directory of 1914 (p. 699), Evans served as the Secretary of the Seattle Frog and Switch Company, a manufacturer of railroad equipment. In 2015, John Theiss owned the property.

Building Notes

The four-bedroom, one-bath Smith House occupied a 6,000-square-foot (.14 acre) lot in 2015. The two-story residence had 1,480 square feet on the first floor, 1,260 on the second, and 1,060 in the basement, 800 of it finished. This left 2,740 gross square feet on the first two floors, 3,540 total gross square feet of living space including the basement.

PCAD id: 10232