While 2013 featured only one Beach Drive home (and a lighthouse) turning 100, this year needs enough candles for a half-dozen! Check ‘em out…
This Lowman Beach Cottage remembers when Lincoln Park was named Fauntleroy Park prior to 1922.
One of my favs to be sure on the 5000 block.
An extensive remodel in 2009 but the bones are unmistakably 1914. Being nestled right up against Emma Schmitz Memorial Overlook, I’m pretty certain it witnessed some pretty swank Schmitz parties!
This gem is so well hidden these days, I had to use a county photo from 2003.
This most northern 100 yo on Beach Drive may have a 1914 sports page in the attic featuring the Boston Braves sweep of the Philadelphia A’s, 1st sweep in World Series history.
Think it knows it was built the same year as the Smith Tower??
This is one of those beauties that sits down from the street south of where the Peavey Saw Mill used to reside on Alki Ave. (now named Beach Drive).
*A majority of these photos were lifted off the King County Dept of Assessments site.
Scupper, reporting for Beach Drive Blog