Location: 1825 Water St SW
Local Register; Women’s History; South Capitol National Historic District
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Eugley House today (2010) photograph by
The Eugley House on Water Street was built by Bertha and MC Eugley in about 1908. According to one owner, it was based on a design from the Rhine area of Germany. It is an unusual style described as Queen Anne and Italianate, with a tower reminiscent of Italianate and decorative features. It has been well preserved and is on the local register. The Eugleys only lived here for a short time. Bertha Eugley was a well-known milliner. See Site of Bertha Eugley Millinery on Where Are We? The house is on the local register and is located in the South Capitol Neighborhood National Historic District.
Washington State Historical Society photograph. Enter the catalog number in the Collections Search Box: C19220.127.116.11.3
Women’s History Walking Tour, M.C. and Bertha Eugley House
For additional information on the Eugley family, see the Residents section of this website.