National Register of Historic Places in Washoe County
The Robison Tract House is a two-story, wood frame, asymmetrical Colonial Revival residence.
It appears that the house was built around 1904 for George A. Robison, within the Robison's Addition developed by his father. Images of the mansion-like residence were used to advertise lots in Robison's Addition, one of the first neighborhoods to be subdivided and settled in Sparks after Central Pacific moved its shops to the former agricultural area.
Source: Adapted from the NRHP nomination form submitted in 2006.