- Built in 1903 by Charles Whittlesey, this Norwegian-style log cabin perches on a hill just east of Downtown. The house was sold in 1920 to a couple who opened it to writers and artists who congregated here for the peaceful atmosphere and the view of the Sandia Mountains. Now, The Whittlesey House is home to the Albuquerque Press Club, whose members and guests gather before the massive stone fireplace in the great room to discuss current events. Visitors are welcome to visit the building which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
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