The Stimson-Green Mansion
1204 Minor Avenue, Seattle WA
5 o’clock in the evening

Built in 1901 by logging baron C.D. Stimson, The Stimson-Green mansion a beautiful example of the eclectic style of architecture. The architecture term “eclectic” amusingly translates to “We decided to mash up a ton of different styles and this is what you get!”

We’re planning a fun reception that takes advantage of the mansion’s unique space, including a large library, parlor, Turkish Room, dining room, veranda, and backyard. There will be music, dancing, games and good drinks for everyone to enjoy.

 If you’re interested in geeking out and learning more about the house’s design, this brochure does a great job of explaining the house’s architectural elements.