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Summary for 810 30TH AVE / Parcel ID 5366200175 / Inv # 0

Historic Name: Common Name:
Style: American Foursquare - Craftsman Neighborhood: Madrona
Built By: Year Built: 1906
This is a fairly typical example of American Foursquare architecture exhibitinh a high degree of design integrity despite some very mionr alterations.

This is one of approximately 2,200 houses that are still extant out of more than 5,000 that were built by the end of 1906 in Seattleā€™s Central Area, Eastlake, First Hill, Leschi, Madison Park, Madrona, and North Capitol Hill neighborhoods.

A complete permit history, and a complete record of ownership and occupation have not yet been prepared for this property.


King County GIS Center Property Report (; accessed August 18, 2008)

King County Property Record Card (c. 1938-1972) Washington State Archives

This house was built in 1906.

The houses at 806 and 810 30th Avenue appear to have been built as a group (or as part of a group), to share a floor plan, and to exhibit similar fenestration and detailing.

Storm windows appear to have been added to most of the window openings. The exposed rafter tails are hidden by an added gutter assembly.

Detail for 810 30TH AVE / Parcel ID 5366200175 / Inv # 0

Status: Yes - Hold
Classication: Building District Status:
Cladding(s): Shingle, Wood, Wood - Clapboard Foundation(s): Concrete - Poured
Roof Type(s): Hip, Shed Roof Material(s): Asphalt/Composition-Shingle
Building Type: Domestic - Single Family Plan: Rectangular
Structural System: Balloon Frame/Platform Frame No. of Stories: two
Unit Theme(s):
Changes to Plan: Intact
Changes to Original Cladding: Slight
Changes to Windows: Slight
Changes to Interior: Unknown
Major Bibliographic References

Photo collection for 810 30TH AVE / Parcel ID 5366200175 / Inv # 0

Photo taken May 28, 2008

Photo taken May 28, 2008
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