139 Second Street

Built 1893 and originally owned by H. Tornroth. The spectacular historic “Eagle House”, now the Inn at 2nd and C in the historic Eagle House, has seen major renovations since its inception. Originally a three-story Queen Anne commercial building with a projecting corner bay, the building to the west of the Eagle house was originally directly on the corner. It was cut apart from its neighbors to the north and moved west to make way for the Eagle house. The facades you see on the Eastlakes are a blend of the original and the new. The fourth story was added in the late 1900s. 

(Source: “Eureka: An Architectural View”)