Clark House

When Spokane millionaire F. Lewis Clark built his mansion in Hayden Lake in 1909, it was one of the largest and most expensive homes in Idaho. The mansion included;

  • 7 Bathrooms
  • 9 Fireplaces
  • 29 Rooms
  • A Billiard Room
  • A Library
  • Servant's Quarters-All Surrounded by a 1,400-Acre Estate
  • Smoking Rooms

History of the Clark House

In 1914 the 51-year-old Clark took a trip to Santa Barbara, California, and mysteriously disappeared, along with his wealth. Mrs. Clark sold the estate at auction in 1917. The house passed through many owners and was used as a hotel, a convalescent center during World War II, a youth home, and a restaurant. When Monty Danner purchased the residence in 1989, it was in disrepair. Through his efforts, the house was massively renovated into a restaurant and hotel.