234 E Street
Constructed circa 1895, this exceptional one-story, stucco house is a good example of the Victorian Eclectic style, popular during the late nineteenth century. The gable roof provides a Victorian appearance which contributes to the unique architecture of the Avenues. It was built by Daniel and Agnes Huddleston Stuart, who had come to Utah in 1850 from England. Daniel worked as a blacksmith and farmer. The Stuarts used the home as a rental property and as a residence for family members. In 1905, the home passed out of Daniel’s estate to his daughter Zina Lamborne Watkins, who owned the property for many years.
This historic home is located in the Avenues Historic District in Salt Lake City, Utah.