11 Bedroom 1889 Starrett Mansion On National Register Lists For $1.5 Mil. See Inside!

Introducing the Starrett House, affectionately known as ‘the Grand Dame’, a renowned Victorian masterpiece in Port Townsend, recognized on the National Historic Register as one of just three pivotal homes of its kind in the area. This magnificent property, built in 1889 by George Starrett for his beloved wife Ann, offers a versatile opportunity as either a private residence or a bed and breakfast business.

Step inside to discover a world where the charm of the past meets the comfort of the present. This home boasts an impressive 11 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, alongside a library, parlor, and sitting room, providing ample space for family living or guest accommodation. One of its most extraordinary features is the rare free-hung staircase that ascends an astonishing 70 feet from the entryway to the dome, adorned with enchanting frescoes of maidens.

Nestled on a corner lot, the Starrett House has been strategically placed to ensure that light floods into every room, offering stunning views. The interior showcases exquisite woodwork, high ceilings painted with care, period-appropriate light fixtures and hardware, and durable fir floors, all contributing to its historical charm. Additionally, the home is equipped with a fire suppression system for added safety.

Conveniently located close to the heart of downtown, residents or guests can easily access shopping, the library, and beautiful beaches. The home’s longevity is assured by its time-tested brick foundation and sturdy faux slate roof.

Viewing this property is a unique experience and is available by appointment only, with the listing agent present to guide you through its history and splendor. This is not just a home; it’s a piece of living history.

Property Details:

  • Price: $1,500,000
  • Size: 5,796 sq ft
  • Bedrooms: 11
  • Bathrooms: 10
  • Address: 744 Clay Street, Port Townsend, WA 98368

Listing Agent:

  • Teresa Nomura, Windermere R.E. Port Townsend

For more information and to see photos, please inquire in English.

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