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This Opulent Mansion Has a Scandalous Origin Story and Medieval Vibes

Rumor has it that this turreted mansion in the Portage Bay area was originally built for the left-handed mistress of a...

Property Watch: A Midcentury Time Capsule on Lake Washington

Tucked at the bottom of a hillside looking over Lake Washington, this 1954 house has a relatively rare combination: a luxurious...

Property Watch: An Exposed-Brick Apartment across from Cal Anderson Park

This one-bedroom, top-floor, corner co-op apartment has the vibe of a beautiful loft, complete with exposed brick and arched windows. It's...

Property Watch: Classic Seattle Charm in a Cozy Package

This North Seattle home has the storybook look of many larger Seattle homes of the Tudor-revival era—dormers and all—but in a...

Property Watch: A Hidden Midcentury Oasis

From the outside, this midcentury modern home is entirely incognito, just a squat black box set behind a short, wide driveway...

Property Watch: Old Seattle’s Finest

Just a block away from the Capitol Hill branch of the Seattle Public Library, this one-bedroom condo is a little bit art...

Property Watch: Live in a Storybook; Walk to the Bars

Longtime Property Watch readers (or longtime observers of local architecture) are familiar with Frederick Anhalt, the prolific yet whimsical builder of...

Property Watch: A Historic Foursquare with Its Own Lego Room

Jeffrey Pelletier—founder and managing principal of the architecture firm Board and Vellum—and his husband took on this 1902 foursquare-style house in...

Property Watch: This Ski Cabin Could Be Winter Party Central

In the Northwest, woodsy cabins are useful year-round. But as we enter autumn, ski season is right around the corner. Many ski...

Property Watch: Why Be a Landlord When You Can Be a Lakelord?

This tudor revival offers something more than the typical waterfront home: a maritime community. Set behind the vibrant floating homes along...

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