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Pink House (Kansas City, Missouri)

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  83001015
Added to NRHP  8 September 1983
Built  1922
Opened  1922
Architect  Mary Rockwell Hook
Pink House (Kansas City, Missouri)
Location  5012 Summit St., Kansas City, Missouri
MPS  Residential Structures by Mary Rockwell Hook TR
Similar  Bernard Corrigan House, Mack B Nelson House, Tom Pendergast House, Clarence Sondern House, Mineral Hall

The Pink House is a historic home located at Kansas City, Missouri. It was designed by architect Mary Rockwell Hook and built in 1922. It became known as the "Pink House" for its pink plaster exterior, which was a reference to San Francisco, whose 1915 world fair Hook had visited. It is a two-story dwelling with stucco walls, red clay roofing tile, three balconies, and brick chimney with an arcaded, roofed opening atop its stack.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.

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Pink House (Kansas City, Missouri) Wikipedia


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