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Lairmont Manor

Historic house in Washington, United States / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lairmont Manor, also known as the Larrabee House, is a 1914 Italian Renaissance style home located in Bellingham, Washington. It was designed by Carl Gould,[2] who is most known for designing the main library at the University of Washington. The home was built for C. X. Larrabee, who wanted one of the finest homes in the northwest, but he died before its completion.[3] Currently, the home is used for weddings and other special occasions.

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Larrabee House
Lairmont Manor is located in Washington (state)
Lairmont Manor
LocationBellingham, Washington
Coordinates48°42′43″N 122°30′26″W
ArchitectBebb & Gould, Carl Gould
NRHP reference No.75001880[1]
Added to NRHPMay 30, 1975