Washington School House Hotel
Historic Adaptive Reuse
543 Park Avenue, Park City, UT
Built in 1889 as one of the three original schools in Park City, Utah, the school was named for George Washington. The schoolhouse was built of Limestone and contained three rooms, each 30 x 30 with 16 foot ceilings.
The historic renovation (think gutted to the studs), turned this fabulously preserved 1889 limestone gem into an iconic bed and breakfast hotel.