Now a vacant lot, this site was once the location of a home built in 1883. The symmetrical Eastlake style house was a one-story with twin bay windows and featured a roof pediment. The former home even boasted a water tower. This structure was lost to a devastating fire. Some of the ornamentation off of this house was re-used on the rear alley facade of 422 Second Street in Eureka.
(Credit: “Eureka: An Architectural View”)