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September 18, 2009 in City
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Steven Sanford and Mike Schultz restored the old Muzzy Mansion, July 15, 2008, on the north side of Spokane, WA.

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The Muzzy family circa 1860

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The Muzzy mansion, pictured in the wide open space in the upper left, is Muzzy’s home surrounded by his fruit orchard. The map is from 1890.

Colin Mulvany photo

The Muzzy mansion at 1506 W Mission was built in 1889 by homesteader Hiram Muzzy. The Landmarks Commission unanimously recommended the house be placed on the historic register listings earlier this week.

Colin Mulvany photo

The Muzzy mansion is an unusually large house built by a homesteader named Hiram Muzzy, who platted Muzzy’s Addition in northwest Spokane. Its present owners Steven Sanford, left, and Mike Schultz have been seeking historic register listings, which The Landmarks Commission unanimously recommended the house for earlier this week.