Pivot North Architecture

Franklin Residence

Originally designed in the spring of 1903, the J. W. McLean House was an architectural vision of three brick terraced homes with exceptional decorative qualities constructed for Boise councilman James W. McLean. A flat roof-line with a symmetrical facade and decorative brick-work at the cornice and each entryway. The window sills and lintels were of stone, and added to the decorative qualities of the handsome structure. With exceptional views from each of the three residences, the J.W McLean House provides a unique perspective on the ways in which history and contemporary life blend together in Downtown Boise.


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