Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: BOLA Architecture + Planning (firm); Bebb and Gould, Architects (firm); Charles Herbert Bebb ; Carl Freylinghausen Gould Sr. (architect)

Dates: constructed 1913-1914

2 stories

5511 17th Avenue NE
University District, Seattle, WA 98105-3416

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Carl Gould (1873-1939) designed this two-story, Dutch Colonial Revival Style residence for Joseph Daniels (1884-1965), a University of Washington Professor of Mining Engineering and Metallurgy. Professor Daniels taught courses in mining and metallurgy at the nearby University of Washington (UW), and supervised the erection of the Washington State Mineral Exhibit at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition (PPIE) in San Francisco, CA. Subsequent owners included: Frederick and Elizabeth Ward (1919-1933), Gladys Lumsdaine (1937-1938) and Edgar MacLeod (1941-1965). (See "Neighborhood Sites Summary for 5511 17th Avenue,"Accessed 04/20/2011.)

Bebb and Gould designed this modest residence in the Dutch Colonial Style; the gambrel roof faced to the side. A front porch projected out to shelter visitors at the main entry. All windows were expansive, each divided by muntins and mullions into many panes.

BOLA Architects designed a rear addition to the residence in 2000; this firm directed the demolition of the existing detached garage, and added a new two-car garage and one-story addition. BOLA's addition on the west facade changed the fenestration, with a window being replaced by doors, a sun room and a sun deck.