Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD)

Structures

Bullitt, Stimson and Katherine (Kay), House, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA

ID: 14062
Construction Date: Start Date: 1955
End Date: 1956
Notes: The family room and dining room of the Bullitt House was housed in a tall A-frame structure. The house occupied a large double lot, on which every July, weekly picnics were held for friends. Images of the Bullitt House are included in Photo Collection #191, American Institute of Architects Photograph Collection, 1943-1976 held in the University of Washington Libraries, Department of Special Collections, Seattle, WA.
Building History: Stimson Bullitt (1919-2009) and Katherine (Kay) Muller Bullitt created an informal residence in this elegant section of Capitol Hill. Stimson Bullit, a lawyer, attended Yale University and the University of Washington Law School, and served as President of the family company, the King Broadcasting Company. Kay Bullitt attended Radcliffe College (graduating magna cum laude in 1946) and, along with her husband, was very involved in local charitable events, and a had a deep interest in the arts. The Bullitts were and continue to be some of the most significant philanthropists in the city during the last half of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first.
Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses
Locations: Structure:
Seattle, WA
USA