Skinner/Lee House
1344 N. Topeka

Built by L. D. Skinner, a pioneer banker in Wichita, this Gothic Revival Victorian two-story house was constructed in 1886 and was originally located at 637 N. Topeka. It is noted for being one of the most architecturally significant residences built in the 1880s.

The main facade has two bays, a wrap around porch, and double front doors with stained glass windows. Note the steeply pitched roof gables. In 1990, the structure was moved seven blocks north to its present location.