One of Gig Harbor’s oldest homes was demolished Monday after 100 years of serving as a residence to a local family. The home, located at 9204 Peacock Hill, was built built in 1890 by Jethro and Jessie Bale.
One of Gig Harbor’s oldest homes was demolished Monday after 100 years of serving as a residence to a local family. The home, located at 9204 Peacock Hill, was built built in 1890 by Jethro and Jessie Bale. Danielle Chastaine danielle.chastaine@gateline.com
One of Gig Harbor’s oldest homes was demolished Monday after 100 years of serving as a residence to a local family. The home, located at 9204 Peacock Hill, was built built in 1890 by Jethro and Jessie Bale. Danielle Chastaine danielle.chastaine@gateline.com

One of Gig Harbor’s oldest homes is demolished

November 29, 2017 09:30 AM

UPDATED December 05, 2017 04:57 PM

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