Price Point: Eastlake Castle Condo vs. West Seattle Vintage Charmer

Welcome back to Price Point, our real estate column that explores two different options for the same budget. This month: two 1910s with modern updates—in two different configurations—for $750,000. Would you take the heavily updated Eastlake condo with a turret or the West Seattle house with a clawfoot tub?

Home 1: Castle life in Eastlake

Just on the Eastlake side of the University Bridge, the Martello has lived a few lives. It started out as a massive single-family home in 1916, but in the 1920s, noted European Revival multifamily builder Fred Anhalt converted it to apartments. In 1990, it went through another major remodel before converting into

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