174 F Street
This two-story house was built in 1909 by Charles A. Lanbourne, a postal service employee, and his wife, Emma. It is one of several homes built in the Avenues by members of the Lambourne family. Their sons, Charles, Jr. and Doyles E., inherited the property c.1935. The foursquare house type was popular in Utah between 1900 and 1920 and, as in this house, often incorporated stylistic features such as the broad-eaved hip roof with center dormer and wide one-story front porch.
This historic home is located in the Avenues Historic District in Salt Lake City, Utah.