In 1909, Kirtland Cutter designed a "new" country house north of Seattle, Washington for the C.D. Stimpson family. The house was built atop a magnificent, high bluff site, with sweeping views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. The ten acre site was designed by the Olmsted Brothers, who plotted the Highlands and designed the Seattle Golf Club. They also designed Seattle's Arboretum, Boston's Fenway Park, and New York's Central Park. The house combines both English Tudor and Mission-style architecture and was a step toward the design of Spanish Colonial Revival mansions that Cutter later built in Santa Barbara, California.  

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