In the opinion of the survey, this property appears to meet the criteria of the National Register of Historic Places.
In the opinion of the survey, this property appears to meet the criteria of the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Ordinance.
This Craftsman style single family residence is in the Uptown neighborhood.
The 1935 Polk directory listed Charles F. and Estella V. as the building occupants. Charles worked as a trainman with Municipal Street Railway System. The couple previously lived at 213 Crockett. Dominico Zadra purchased the house in November of 1936. The couple moved to 807 Sixth Avenue N by 1937. Charles F. Bramble lived in the house from 1938 through 1939. Hubert DelMissier lived in the house in 1941. August J. Zadra lived in the house from 1942 through ca. 1947, he had previously lived at 567 Valley Street, and moved back there in 1948. Jessie L. McCormick lived at 565 Valley Street from 1948 through 1951. Olaf Record lived in the house by 1953. Anne Larsen lived in the house in 1954. No listings were available for 1955 and 1956, but by 1957 Jay R. Hannon lived in the house. He remained through 1958 followed by David Satko in 1959. The house was vacant in 1960. T. W. Eschbach lived in the house from 1961 through 1962 before it sat vacant. Drewey W. Christian lived in the house from 1965 through 1967. The house was vacant from 1968 through 1975.
The house retains good integrity and is a good example of a Craftsman style residence in the neighborhood.
City of Seattle DCLU Microfilm Records.
Jeffrey Karl Ochsner, ed., Shaping Seattle Architecture: A Guide to the Architects (Seattle, University of Washington Press: 2014), 2nd edition.
King County Property Record Card (c. 1938–1972), Washington State Archives.
Polk's Seattle Directories, 1890–1996.