We have used apartment 3 of the Wakefield on and off for the last ten years as a furnished unit. Not very many people have stayed there, because it has a tendency to have its renters move in and just not move out.
The back right corner–you can sort of see the steps.
Here is the front face of the house:
If you looked right towards the bluff and river here are some of the views:
This one taken from the picture window in the living/dining room. The light through the trees is the Spokane River, down the bluff and an easy–though steep–walk through the museum grounds next door.
The one above is standing on the stairs looking north.
Whose attention to detail is something you don’t hear very often coupled with “rental unit.”
And leads to the bedroom.
The bedroom has a little sitting area, access the the bath, and a tiny sun room, which is actually nice for opening in the summer nights to increase the airflow. The view of course is beyond beautiful.
It’s a nice space.
It’s called the Painter’s Perch because a famous local landscape artist once had his studio there. He now paints just down the hill.