The Perkins House is a historic home in Colfax, Washington operated by the Whitman County Historical Society (the house is adjacent to the society building). The house was built by James A. Perkins, one of the founders of the city, and designed in the Victorian style. The property consists of a log cabin, believed to have been built in 1870, and a small garage. The house was was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. It is available for small weddings, anniversary parties, and other events for those interested in a Victorian style location.
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