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Name (common, present, or historic):
Weatherford Antiques
Year Built:
1902
 
Street and Number:
133 14th Avenue E.
Assessor's File No.
600300-1840
 Legal Description:
Lot 7 and the North half of Lot 8, Block 42, Addition to the City of Seattle, as laid off by D.T. Denny, guardian of the Estate of J.H. Nagle (commonly known as Nagle’s Addition to the City of Seattle), according to the platthereof, recorded in Volume 1 of Plats, page 153, in King County, Washington; except the West 8 feet thereof conveyed to the City of Seattle for Alley by deed recorded under recording number 179537.
Plat Name:
Nagle’s Addition
Block:
 
42
Lot:
7-8
 Present Owner:
Murray Franklyn Companies
Present Use:
Antiques store & apartment
 Owner Address:
14410 Bel-Red RoadBellevue, WA 98007Phone: 425-644-2323Contact: Ron Boscola
 
Original Owner:
Unknown; first known owner Vernon D. Maddocks (1907)
Original Use:
Single Family residence
Architect:
(None; builder-house)
Builder:
Unknown
 
 
 
 Weatherford AntiquesSeattle Landmark Nomination
March 12, 2012
This report was prepared by:David PetersonNicholson Kovalchick Architects4302 SW Alaska Street, Suite 200Seattle WA 98116206-933-1150www.nkarch.com
 
 
Nicholson Kovalchick Architects – 133 14
th
Avenue E. Seattle Landmark Nomination – March 12, 2012
 
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 Weatherford AntiquesSeattle Landmark NominationINDEX
I. Introduction 3II. Building information 4III. Architectural description 5A. Adjacent neighborhood contextB. SiteC. Building exterior and structureD. Building interiorE. Alterations to the buildingF. Other buildings on siteG. Summary of primary alterationsIV. Historical contextA. The development of the Capitol Hill neighborhood 10B. The Queen Anne “Free Classic” style, and the Colonial Revival style 11C. Building owners and occupants 121. Vernon D. and Carrie S. Maddocks, owner 1907-19342. George Matheny and C. Henry Bacon, owner 1936-19393. Richard H. and Elizabeth H. Anderson, owner 1939-19724. Ella McBride, resident 1939-c.19625. Morris L. and Emily R. Weatherford, and David Weatherford, owner 1965-20116. Murray Franklyn Companies, owner 2011D. Elizabeth Ayer, architect of remodels 16V. Bibliography and sources 19VI. Preparer and Reviewer information 21VII. Report illustrations 22Appendix A Images of the subject building, and selected architectural material 30Tax assessor records, site plan FollowingThis report was prepared by:David PetersonNicholson Kovalchick Architects4302 SW Alaska Street, Suite 200Seattle WA 98116206-933-1150www.nkarch.com

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