Elizabeth Ayer was the first female architect registered within the state of Washington. She went on to join Edwin J. Ivey's firm, Ivey & Riley, which went on to help shape architecture in Seattle and beyond. You can get a taste of what they were doing with this Windermere 4-BR available for $1.19M. Built in 1946, this post-war era home features oversized windows and large living spaces, including the kitchen and library/den. Usually a home like this has already been updated with modern touches but in this case, that's been left for you.
· 5512 NE Windermere Rd [Estately]