National Register #82004131
Charles Baldwin House
229 South 1200 East
Salt Lake City
Built in 1890 in the Victorian Eclectic style, the Charles Baldwin House is significant for its association with the development of Salt
Lake City architecture. It was one of the first houses built on the east bench of the City and is a very good example of the brick architecture of that
Of particular note are the side hall with its two story Eastlake porch, many decorative elements characteristic
of the Queen Anne Style, stained glass windows, and beautiful carved woodwork.
The house has received excellent care from its four owners who have occupied it for nearly one hundred years. The original appearance both inside and out
has been maintained, and it has had few structural changes.
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