Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Badgley, Charles G., Architect (firm); Charles Grayum Badgley (architect)

Dates: constructed 1908-1909

2 stories

Architect Charles G. Badgley designed this eight-room bungalow for D.E. Balch. A photo published in the Seattle Times of 09/13/1908 had a caption that read in part: "It has clinker brick on the first story and shingle above. The eight rooms, including reception, living and dining rooms, are finished in beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. The bedrooms are large and have exceptionally large closets. The laundry has porcelain trays. The house has furnace heat. It is to cost $3,600." Balch selected a lot in the Fairmount Addition part of West Seattle.

This house was erected shortly after West Seattle was annexed into the City of Seattle in 1907.

PCAD id: 18826