Built in 1909, the Hainsworth Mansion was designated as a Seattle Landmark in 1981. Originally built for real estate developer William Hainsworth, the 4-BR/5-th is perched on a 15K sq. ft. lot in North Admiral and it's back on the market asking $2.35M. Sold in 2007 for $1.49M and again in 2013 for $1.27M at a foreclosure auction, the renovated brick Tudor is ready to once again host "intimate gatherings & lavish events" and has the space to do it comfortably. Amenities include a library, billiard room, sauna and striking views over West Seattle across to Downtown Seattle. Architect John Graham Sr., along with David Myers, not only designed the mansion but many other notable buildings that still define Seattle to this day.
· 2657 37th Ave SW [Estately]
· West Seattle landmark back on the market [SeattlePI]