Historical Residences

Historical Buildings & Sites


Sammamish History


Early People of Sammamish



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Historical Residences

Bengston Cabin The Bengston Cabin
is an example of pioneer log cabin construction in the greater Sammamish area. The cabin, currently vacant, and is located in the front yard of Duane Isackson's home, 3019 244th Ave. NE

Freed HouseThe Reard - Freed House
The Reard/Freed House is located on 212th Ave. SE, just north of SE 20th St. in the city of Sammamish. The house is listed on the King County Historic Resource Inventory

Weber House Photo not availableThe Weber House
Located on 3462 E Lk. Sammamish Pkwy. The house sits on what was part of a railroad land grant. King County Tax Records & King County Historic Sites Survey indicate the house was built in 1895.

Tanska House Thumbnail photoThe Tanska Resort and Family
The Tanska Auto Camp was an early twentieth-century retreat located on the northwestern shore of Pine Lake.



   

Logging photoSammamish Logging History
You might be surprised to find what WAS here in 1955.

Sammamish in the 1960s  


 

Freed House Freed House