Whether you’re planning a charming family reunion or an elegant reception, discover the picturesque ambiance of this unique historical setting. Experience and enjoy the Lytle House at Bothell Landing, a meticulously renovated historic home located on the picturesque Sammamish Rivers Edge in Downtown Bothell.

An idyllic setting for your group retreat, conference, workshop, reunion, reception, wedding or group gathering!

Built in 1896, the Lytle House served as a home and office for Dr. Elmer Lytle and is one of the oldest houses still standing in Bothell. The house was originally built on Main Street but was moved to the Park at Bothell Landing in 1974 where it is situated among other historical buildings in the park.

Quick Facts:

  • Renovated Historic Home
  • Views of Sammamish River
  • Up to 100 people
  • Great Room, Kitchen, Restrooms
  • Eight 5’ Round Tables,
  • Four 6’ Rectangle Tables,
  • 100 Folding Chairs
  • TV/DVD/VCR
  • Portable stereo with CD player
  • White board & Easel
  • Projection screen & “In-Focus” Projector
  • On-Site Parking*
  • Parks and Recreation Offices on Site

*   Ample parking is available in gravel lot across the street from the Lytle House.

Directions:

From I-405, take exit 23. Head west on WA-522. Turn left at Bothell Way NE. Turn left at NE 180th Street. Arrive at 9919 NE 180th St, Bothell 98011.

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