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Seattle Landmark 'The Admiral's House' Salutes The Market

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Originally known as Quarters A, The Admiral's House on Pier 91 was the home of the commanding admiral and his family while stationed at Sandpoint Naval Air Station in Seattle. Before closing as a naval facility in 2006, it was known for hosting everyone from royalty to foreign dignitaries to government leaders.

In 2010, Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board voted unanimously to designate it as an historic landmark. The Navy sold the home in 2009 but it has recently gone back on the market.

The three-story building sits on 3.89 acres of land above Smith Cove and offers unobstructed views of Downtown Seattle and the Puget Sound. The house also includes a whopping 8-BRs, a full basement and detached garage. Multiple second-level porches give you chances to take in the sunrise over the Sound and salute the ships as they dock, if you like.

Very few civilians have had the chance to live here. If you've got the $3.2M asking price handy, consider signing up for duty.

· 2001 W Garfield St. [Cooper Jacobs]