Winters House

NOTICE: Due to Sound Transit construction, the Winters House will be closed for all programs and rentals starting October 1, 2016. This closure will last throughout Sound Transit Light Rail construction. Winters House will not be available until 2022 or later.

2102 Bellevue Way SE

Winters House - front of building

The Winters House was built in 1929 in Mission Revival style for $32,000 by Frederick and Cecilia Winters. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992, and is the only nationally-designated property in the city of Bellevue. It is on Bellevue Way, on the west side of the Mercer Slough Nature Park. It is easily accessible, yet borders a quiet, natural setting.

The Interpretive Viewing Terrace is located on the back side of the house. The 675 square foot terrace features terra-cotta style tiles, a sitting wall, wood trellis and beautifully landscaped grounds.


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450 110th Avenue NE or PO Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009-9012
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Additional photos of the Winters House

Front of the Winters House

Front of the Winters House

Winters House - living room

Main Floor - Living Room

Winters House - living room

Main Floor - Living Room

Winters House - reception area looking into library

Main Floor - Reception Area looking into Library

Winters House - library looking to reception area

Main Floor - Library looking out to Reception Area

Winters House - kitchen

Main Floor - Kitchen

Winters House - breakfast area

Main Floor - Breakfast Room

Winters House - Mercer Room

Lower Level - Mercer Room

Winters House - beverage alcove to Mercer Room

Lower Level - Beverage Alcove looking into Mercer Room

Winters House - coffee counter

Lower Level - Coffee Counter

Winters House - viewing terrace

Interpretive Viewing Terrace

Winters House - beverage alcove

Lower Level - Beverage Alcove