When a Curbed Seattle tipster sent this glass monstrosity our way, we were filled with horrified delight. Like a moth to a flame, we barely noticed the gorgeous views of the Sound or could appreciate the 6-car garage, as we were unable to tear our eyes away from the glaring lights coursing through this stained glass disaster in Mukilteo. What makes things even better/worse is knowing that the listing agent described this well-lit 5,445 sq. ft. train wreck as having "timeless architecture", which we can only hope means that "there will never be a time that this church/casino/retreat house-style architecture will ever look good." If you now find yourself trance that makes the house somehow enticing, maybe this will dissuade you: the 5-bed "home" will run you $1.89 million.
· Listing: 9716 58th Pl W [Redfin]