Known to many as "the father of Pioneer Square," architect Ralph Anderson is not only remembered for kickstarting the revitalization of one of Seattle's oldest neighborhoods but also for helping develop the Northwest Style of architecture that we know today. That style is on display in the 3-BR/2.5-bath home at 1127 Federal Ave E, which just hit the market asking $1.79M. Depending on your view, the house feels modernist (outside), rustic (kitchen) and opulent (master suite). The sweeping staircase design, marble fireplaces and French doors are just some of the accents that seem to make every space stand out. Built in 1984, it's one of Anderson's later designs, but proof the kid still had it.
· 1127 Federal Ave E [Estately]
· All Ralph Anderson coverage [Curbed Seattle]