Dinning-Hutchens House

dh-houseThe Dinning-Hutchens House is a uniquely styled Colonial Revival and modified English Tudor inspired Craftsman house that is architecturally singular to the local area.  The house was constructed for local attorney William Groves Dinning in 1916, in an area that was once considered the western edge of Helena, with the Dinning family occupying the residence continuously for over 60 years. The house features large expansive rooms with ample woodwork and oversized windows that contributes to an openness in the design and flow of the interior structure, coupled with truncated gables along the roof line that reflects in its exterior the Craftsman design element. The Dinning-Hutchens house is listed as a contributing structure to the Beech Street Historic District and is a private residence, not open for tours.