Designed by noted 20th-century architect Kirtland Cutter, First Hill's Stimson Green Mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a City of Seattle Landmark. It's also been converted into office space, which is currently available and looking for tenants.
The 1901-built restoration is an eclectic mix of architectural styles, including English Tudor Revival, and notable features include pitched roofs, casement windows with diamond-shaped leaded panes and very elaborate chimneys, just to name a few.
Currently home to the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, other space available for lease includes the entire Carriage House (2,116 sq. ft.) and the third floor of the Mansion (2,812 sq. ft.). Those interested in learning more should contact Kji Kelly at Kji Kelly.
· Kirtland Cutter [Wikipedia]
· Stimson-Green House [NPS]