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W.H. Robinson House

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This house was originally part of a farm greater than 200 acres in size.

Built

Circa ~ 1901

Address

12605 N.E. Salmon Creek Ave., Vancouver
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W.H. Robinson House

 

     

Since 1901 the W.H. Robinson House has stood, relatively unchanged, in its current location on Salmon Creek Avenue. The house is a good example of Pioneer style and features a very large porch, gable roof, and many fine folk details. Inside the home many doorways, fireplaces, and the stair case are still accented by hand-carved designs that are very likely unique to this house.

The home was originally part of a farm greater than 200 acres in size. The farm had been homesteaded by Abraham Gentis who crossed the Oregon Trail in 1852. The farm has since been developed as a residential subdivision.

  • Listed on the Clark County Heritage Register in 2002.
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