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National Register of Historic Places in Sonoma County

National Register #83001245: W. H. Lumsden House in Santa Rosa 5 June 2004
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National Register #83001245
W. H. Lumsden House
727 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa
Built 1901

The Queen Ann style W.H. Lumsden House is one of the finer remaining homes in Santa Rosa designed by locally prominent architect Brainerd Jones. Santa Rosa has fewer than six Queen Anne buildings with a towers, and the Lumsden House is the only one with an open belvedere.

W. H. Lumsden, the original owner, was superintendent of one of the largest wineries in the State of California, the DeTurk Winery.

The building has been home to various bars and restaurants recently.

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