King County Landmarks: Burton Masonic Hall (1894), Burton, Vashon Island
Address: 23927 Vashon Highway SW, Burton, Vashon Island. The Burton Masonic Hall, built in 1894, is a prominent structure in the Vashon Island community of Burton. Constructed by carpenter/builder Howard C. Stone, the building has a prominent front gable roof and a shed roof porch across the front that offers views of the harbor.
The lodge was originally constructed by the Woodmen of the World. The Mark P. Waterman Lodge No. 177 of the Free and Accepted Masons acquired the building in 1925. The first floor has long housed commercial uses, with the upstairs reserved for lodge meetings and social gatherings.