Samuel Hyde HouseEdit profile
Samuel Hyde House is a building at 3726 East Madison Street in Seattle, Washington, United States listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The building, built in 1909–1910 for liquor magnate Samuel Hyde, now houses the residence of the Russia consul-general.
The two-story brick house is fronted by a portico with Corinthian columns; there is a brick carriage house in back. It is believed that the grounds were laid out by the Olmsted Brothers. The Olmsteds played a prominent role in designing Seattle's system of parks and boulevards, and were responsible for landscaping the grounds of the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition on the campus of the University of Washington.