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Summary for 3201 HUNTER BLVD / Parcel ID 5700002905 / Inv #

Historic Name: Common Name:
Style: Other Neighborhood: Mount Baker
Built By: Year Built: 1924
In the opinion of the survey, this property appears to meet the criteria of the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Ordinance.
Built in 1924, this Renaissance Revival style church stands on a rectangular corner lot at the intersection of South Hanford Street and Hunter Boulevard South. The building is oriented to Hunter Boulevard South on a sloped site slightly above street level. This 6570 square foot, two-story church with a full daylight basement features an L-shaped plan, measuring approximately 50’ by 110’ by 32’ by 30’, with a triple arched front entrance. A poured concrete foundation supports the un-reinforced brick masonry superstructure. Clay tile covers the gable roof. A prominent bell tower rises adjacent to the building. Arcaded sidewalls and terra cotta detailing accent the building. This remarkable building provides an important cultural and visual neighborhood landmark.

Detail for 3201 HUNTER BLVD / Parcel ID 5700002905 / Inv #

Status: Yes - Hold
Classication: Building District Status:
Cladding(s): Brick - Flemish Bond Foundation(s): Concrete - Poured
Roof Type(s): Gable Roof Material(s): Clay Tile
Building Type: Religion - Religious facility Plan: L-Shape
Structural System: Balloon Frame/Platform Frame No. of Stories: two
Unit Theme(s):
Changes to Original Cladding: Intact
Changes to Plan: Intact
Changes to Windows: Intact
Major Bibliographic References
City of Seattle DCLU Microfilm Records.
King County Property Record Card (c. 1938-1972), Washington State Archives.
Polk's Seattle Directories, 1890-1996.
City of Seattle. Survey of City-Owned Historic Resources. Prepared by Cathy Wickwire, Seattle, 2001. Forms for Ravenna Park structures.
Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority. "Mount Baker: An Inventory of Buildings and Urban Design Resources."
Mount Baker Community Club. Flowers We All Love Best in Mount Baker Park, (reprint of 1915 ed.)
Tobin, Caroline. (2004) "Mount Baker Historic Context Statement."

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