Historic Patsy Clark mansion in Browne’s Addition is up for sale

The Patsy Clark mansion is up for sale.

The historic building was built in 1887 and is a grand 11,422 square feet. The property was designed by Kirtland Cutter, a renowned architect, for mining millionaire Patsy Clark.

According to the mansion’s listing on the historic register, Cutter traveled the world, collecting materials and furnishings for the house. The exterior sandstone is from Italy, the brick was made in St. Louis and the stained-glass windows were made by Louis Comfort Tiffany in New York City.

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Clark lived in the mansion until his death in 1915. His wife, Mary, stayed in the house until 1926.

It was then sold to Eugene Enloe, who sold it again in 1950.

The mansion has had many purposes over the years; not only was it a home, but it served as the Francis Lester Inn restaurant until 1982. It was then restored at Pasty Clark’s Restaurant.

Currently, the mansion is the home to the Eymann, Allison, Hunter and Jones law firm.

The law firm is not setting an initial price tag on the mansion.

“It’s very important to us having put our blood, sweat, and toil into this building for this many years to find the right people to hand it off to, and we’re ready to wait months or years if it takes that long,” John Allison said.

The mansion has been on the national historic register since 1975 and the Spokane register since 2004.

“It’s priceless you really can’t put a number on it, it’s really about finding the right people and starting a conversation,” Allison said.

Historic Patsy Clark mansion in Browne’s Addition is up for sale