The house on Rosehurst Garden was built during the Great Depression by Rose Hurst in 1934, using salvaged goods that were found throughout Spokane.
The house crest, now our elegant logo, was crafted from plastered cake pans and fruit shaped items. The crest stays lit by porch lights originating from oil lanterns of a horse drawn carriage.
Rose used her creativity throughout the house and her garden.
Today, this beacon in the middle of town remains historically charming, while acting as an event venue.
Rosehurst Garden is mystical. The focal point of the garden is a beautiful stone grotto, dating back 80 years, surrounded by the lush foliage. Winding paths of lush green grass take you to another world.
The acreage is surrounded by tall trees, bright plants and colorful flowers. Its historical charm and lush foliage will leave you breathless.
Contact us to schedule a private tour of Rosehurst Garden today.