219 5th Avenue NW
Puyallup, WA 98371
The Stewart-Brew House was built circa 1889 for William A. & Elizabeth “Laddie” Stewart. The Queen Anne style house has a clipped, front-facing gable roof. It is the third home listed on the Washington Heritage Register in Puyallup.
The first floor entry is sheltered by a long, front porch trimmed with turned balusters, typical of late Victorian houses in the U.S. In 2010 the home was converted to a duplex.
Unit A, main floor, 2-bedroom, 1 ½ bath, living room, dining room, parlor with fireplace, leaded & stained-glass windows. 1560 SF plus rec room--finished portion of 780 SF basement.
Unit B, upstairs 3-bedroom, huge bathroom with clawfoot tub, 1230 SF. Expansive unfinished attic.
Both units have washer & dryer.
Fenced front & back yards. 2-car garage.
2 blocks to Pierce Transit Route 402 (Meridian), 2 blocks to Route 400 (Puyallup-Downtown Tacoma) & 3 blocks to Puyallup Sounder station.