Elllsworth Storey, who rose up to become one of Seattle's most poplar architects in the early 20th century with a style that melded contemporary trends with local materials. The 1910 home he designed at 232 Dorffel Dr E in the Denny Blaine neighborhood just hit the market for $1.549M. Highlights include an inviting fireplace nook, a snug patio with a Lake Washington view and the its placement up a hill, nestled amongst the trees. The 4,270 square-foot 6-BR, 3-bath house is a link to Seattle's architectural history with enough modern touches to make it feel of the moment.
· 232 Dorffel Dr E [Estately]