AKA: Island Point Sub-division, Mercer Island, WA

Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Jones, Bassi and Associates, Surveyors (firm); Jacob Steen Bassi (surveyor); Robert Wallin Jones (surveyor)

Dates: constructed 1955

Mercer Island, WA

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Building History

The Tarywood Forest Addition sub-division was originally platted in 1955, developed by a cadre of developers called Tarywood Forest, Incorporated. The Tarywood development occupied land on which the Girl Scout Camp Tarywood, established in 1933, existed previously. Three later parcels within this property, known as Island Point, were developed in 1963 by developer Edward Maxfield and the development/construction firm of Black and Caldwell. Island Point contained 77 houses.

PCAD id: 13927