Gamwell House

Designed by architects Longstaff & Black, the Gamwell House was built in 1892.
It is one of the most distinguished late Victorian era homes in the Bellingham, Washington area.
It was incorporated in 1972 in the National Register of Historic Places.
It is one of the finest illustrations of Victorian architecture both on Bellingham Bay and the in the Pacific Northwest.
Wonderful stained glass windows adorn the three-story hand carved oak stairway, created by Italian artisans from Seattle, making it the centerpiece of the house.
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Gamwell House
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