Patsy Clark Mansion
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|Location||W. 2208 2nd Ave., Spokane, Washington|
|Area||less than one acre|
|Architect||Cutter, Kirtland Kelsey|
|NRHP reference #||75001873|
|Added to NRHP||October 31, 1975|
The Patsy Clark Mansion is a Spokane, Washington, United States, residence that was designed by architect Kirtland Cutter in 1897 for mining millionaire Patsy Clark. It is located at 2208 West Second Avenue in the city's historic Browne's Addition. The mansion had long been used as a restaurant. In 2002, a law firm purchased the mansion for $1.03 million in order to rescue the landmark from further deterioration. The mansion now houses that firm and Richard E. Lewis, P.S., while still remaining open for private rentals for small events.
- Sunset at the Patsy Clark Mansion, Spokane, Washington
- Information and Event Reservations Patsy Clark Mansion
- Spokane City-County Historic Preservation Department Patsy Clark Mansion
- Spokane WA Personal Injury Lawyer Richard E. Lewis, P.S.
Henry C Matthews, Kirtland Cutter: Architect in the Land of Promise, University of Washington Press 1998
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