Built in 1909, Fire Station #25 was the first brick firehouse in Seattle. Designed for the days when horse-drawn carriages pulled engines, the building was decommissioned in 1970 and reborn as a collection of 16 condos in 1980. If the idea of living in a place listed on the National Register of Historic Places gets your blood pumping, you should consider Unit 8, which just hit the market for $475K. The loft-style unit features open spaces, soaring ceilings & raw original posts. It's close to the eventual light rail station and based on recent trends, that's only going to make it more valuable.
· 1406 Harvard Ave, Unit 8 [Estately]
· Fire Station #25 [Historic Seattle]
· 13 Historic Seattle Buildings Converted Into Homes [Curbed Seattle]