Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Thompson and Thompson, Architects (firm); Charles Bennett Thompson Sr. (architect); Charles Lawton Thompson (architect)

Dates: constructed 1902-1903

1 story

12th Avenue
Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA 98102

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This location near the intersection of 12th Avenue East and East John Street is approximate.

Building History

Seattle architects Thompson and Thompson designed and built this small, one-and-a-half-story house on speculation. TheSeattle Daily Times reported on 06/08/1902: "O.B. Thompson, [sic] of the firm of Thompson & Thompson, purchased a 40x80 lot on Twelfth Avenue near John Street from Kershner & Stanley for $700. He has prepared plans for a cosy little seven-room cottage, one and one-half stories high, which when built will cost $2,300. The work will be done by the day." (See "Real Estate and Building Review," Seattle Daily Times, 06/08/1902, p. 32.)


It is possible that this small residence was either heavily altered and enlarged or demolished.

PCAD id: 24206