Before he was the Father of Pioneer Square, Ralph Anderson cut his teeth building houses in Seattle's eastside suburbs Mercer Island and Bellevue. One of those homes, this 1965-built 5-BR on Mercer Island, is back on the market for $1.68M. Like most Anderson homes, massive, vertical windows are the star. The surrounding gardens were designed by Robert Chittock and behind the house is a 50-foot beach line with moorage. Certainly of its era, however you can't go wrong with Ralph Anderson-style windows.
· 5425 96th Ave SE, Mercer Island [Estately]