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Queen Anne Cottage in Astoria, Oregon

698 15th St, Astoria, OR 97103, USA


Historic Queen Anne Cottage just blocks from Astoria breweries, restaurants and downtown Riverwalk. Inside spaces feature an abundance of natural light, high ceilings, many original features including original windows, original fir floors and original fixtures. Main level bathroom with clawfoot tub, formal dining, soapstone countertops, Columbia River view from kitchen sink. Upstairs you’ll find two more bedrooms and a bathroom with another Columbia River view. The basement has high ceilings, workshop, laundry and yard access. Yard and garden with a variety of trees, established landscaping and two fenced in yards.

From the Oregon Inventory of Historic Property Historic Resource Survey Form

This early house (supposedly built about 1865) was originally located on the southeast corner of 14th Street and Franklin and was relocated to this site by the prominent Astoria banker Frank Patton in 1894.  Patton moved the house in preparation for the construction of a new house he wanted to erect on the lot.  He donated this house to Father Dieleman, pastor of St. Mary’s Church, the pastor lived here until 1900.

The house is a good example of a Queen Anne cottage, a smaller less grandiose version of the Queen Anne Style.  Some of the exterior ornamentation was probably added to the house after it was moved to this site, especially if the house really was constructed around 1865 (a date too early for the beginnings of the Queen Anne style in Astoria).


  • Property ID
  • 4
  • 2
  • Square Footage
    1692 sqft
  • Lot Size
    0.11 acres
  • Queen Anne
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    Year Built

Updated on August 18, 2020 at 8:06 am


  • Address: 698 15th St.
  • City: Astoria
  • State/county: Oregon
  • Zip/Postal Code: 97103
  • Country: United States

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