The entry is comprised of a series of archways leading to the receiving room. The brick work is framed by engraved sandstone quoins. The semi-hexagonal window and roof parapets are classic tudor features
Notice how the exterior arch is echoed in the stone work around the solid mahogany 15-panelled door and the door itself.
The large elaborate multi-chambered chimneys are a favorite Tudor detail. They are place prominently in front and side of the house. These chimneys are a work of art in and of themselves.
There are beautiful lawns and an iconic oak tree that grace the front of the property
The Mansion's East Wing was designed for the Weyerhaueser's.The West Wing was reserved for the servants
The formal entry is paneled with white oak from Sherwood Forest, the organ chamber is visible behind the desk.
Hand-carved newels and turned oak balusters grace the staircase.The south-facing wall is graced by leaded-mullioned windows also typical of Tudor Revival style.
The interior mullioned arched door provides an air-lock between the exterior door, helping to keep the house warm.
The library with sandstone fireplace and radius gold-leaf-decorated ceiling offers floor to ceiling enclosed book cases. There are also several secret cupboards built into the woodwork.
The warmth of the wood create a cozy and welcoming feeling making this a perfect space to linger with a book on a cold winter day.
The Passage leads from the entry to French Doors at the rear of the house that open to the arched breezeway and courtyard
This space occupies the South East corner of the Drawing Room. Imageine a chamber music trio nestled in this corner providing enjoyment for your guests. The same oak paneling from the entry and library are carried through as are the bank of leaded mullioned windows.
The Drawing Room, so named because this is where the family would 'withdraw' to with guests and family members.
Prior to 1830s fireplaces were a dominant essential feature as they were the sole source of heat. Haddaway Hall was and still is heated by radiant heat and thus the fireplaces were more for esthetics and decoration. The stone work on each of the fireplaces is hand-carved.
The delicately molded beams and acres of gold leaf and a touch of opulence to the Drawing Room.
This graceful room at the end of the East Wing is surrounded by beautiful doors and windows that open up on all sides
The dining room is beautifully proportioned overlooks Commencement Bay with a side door that leads to the courtyard. The square oak paneling is a consistent element throughout the house as is the carved sandstone fireplace.
The plaster ceilings is delicately ornamented with a gold leaf medallion.
The doors lead to the East Wing of the second floor and to 3 master suites and a sitting room.These were the Weyerhaueser suites.
There are extensive and expansive views of Commencement Bay from the North Side of the property.
Views include Commencement Bay, the Cascade Mountains, Browns Point, Vashon Island to the mouth of Gig Harbor.
Classic parapeted roof, triple archs and overhanging gables are all strong elements of the Tudor Revival style.
The stone balustrades surround the courtyard that overlooks Commencement Bay
The room above the three arches in the Guest Suite which has a commanding view of Commencement Bay.
Extensive lawns grace the front of the property with mature trees and the glorious Oak tree that is as old as the house.
This garden space was originally the kitchen/herb garden.
The property is surrounded by a brick wall as any Estate would be.
This shot which is taken from the walled kitchen-garden captues the West and North sides of the property. It captues the scale and majesty of the Mansion.
Commencement Bay view looking towards Vashon Island
The gazebo sits at the North End of the Rose Garden overlooking Commencement Bay
The Carriage house contains approximately 4000 square feet. It sits at the Northwest corner of the 6 acre property. It now consits of two self-contained apartments.
The carriage house, once just that, contains space for 3 cars and 2 apartments. Notice the same level of craftsmanship and detailing throughout the building including the beautiful chimneys.
The East Wing of the 3rd floor contains several bedrooms, sitting room and a spacious bathroom.
This building is the perfect Golden Rectangle approximately 16,200 square feet. It is currently used as classrooms and a library.The building also contains a large 1 bedroom apartment and a commercial kitchen.
The Education Building and Mansion are on approximately 2 of the six acre site.
A huge space with tons of windows that can very easily be turned into multiple spaces.
The East Wing of the Education building contains the commercial kitchen. Additionally, there is a huge cold storage area - a walk-in fridge/freezer.
The whole of the 2nd floor is currently used as a library. It is the perfect Golden Rectangle and the space can be configured for multiple uses.
The chapel is comprised of 2 floors, approximately 2900 square feet on each floor. The main floor is a very simple vaulted chapel. The lower level offers 2900 very flexible suare feet. Conference space, classroom space and or offices.
A beamed, vaulted, simple light-filled space.
The simplicity of the space also provides flexibility to next owners.
The lower level of the Chapel offers 2900 square feet of flexible space.