Building No. 330   
Site ID No.: 14
Sand Point Naval Air Station
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HISTORY DISTRICT
Name: 330 Married Officers’ Quarters “A”     
Built: 1939       Address: 6524 62nd Ave NE

Built in 1939 to house married, commissioned officers, Building 330 (one of three similar houses) is typical of the style of residences popular at the time (Colonial Revival). This row of houses would have fit in a residential neighborhood. All military bases from earlier eras contained senior commissioned officers’ quarters, which set them apart from more junior officers and enlisted personnel. Renovated in 2000, the building contains transitional housing for homeless young women (Friends of Youth Harmony House).

Elevation North
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1939 Construction Photo

Historic Preservation -149th Meeting - Spokane

Married Officers Quarters "A" Building 330

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Married Officers Quarters "B" Building 331
Site ID No.: 13      6610 62nd Ave NE

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Garage entry between Bldg's 331 and 332

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Married Officers Quarters "3" Building 332
Site ID No.: 12      6622 62nd Ave NE

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Aerial 1953

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