Every couple weeks it seems like another William J. Bain home hits the market in Seattle. This latest one is making its first appearance on the open market in 37 years. Built in 1946, the NBBJ co-founder designed the 3-BR at 1910 NW 100th St in Blue Ridge that's asking a shade under $2.2M. Owned by the daughter of Seattle baking legend Phil Gai, the home sits on a wrap-around lot with a spectacular view of Puget Sound & The Olympics. Gardens and Italianate terraces dot the landscape. Inside, a mid-century charm dotted with ornate touches. We lost count of how many tables and chairs dot the property, just know that if you lived here, you'd probably be sitting by now.
· 1910 NW 100th St [Estately]
· All William J. Bain coverage [CS]