F. Lewis Clark Lodge Gate
1889: Cutter built this lodge opposite his own chalet for pioneer businessman F. Lewis Clark as a temporary home while he was waiting for a new house. At the same time Cutter divided the street in a picturesque manner to accommodate a change of level. The design, exploiting the rugged character of rough basalt draws from the influence of the Ames Gate Lodge in North Easton, Mass., by H. H. Richardson (1885). This building is an essential element of the Marycliff /Cliff Park Historic District which includes the F. Lewis Clark Mansion of 1889.
Directions to the next stop: Austin Corbin House
36 ft away
Head west on W 7th Ave