The Trillium Heritage Awards recognize outstanding examples of historic architecture in the communities of Lake Forest Park, North Seattle and Shoreline. In 2013, the 12-bedroom manor in Broadview known as Scotstone Manor took home the honor for North Seattle. Now, the 4,980 square-foot residence in on the open market asking $1.399M. Built in 1919 as Rest View Sanitarium, it was a "retreat from the cares of the city" before eventually becoming Rest View University of Chiropractic and eventually a residence in it's own right. The new owner will be only the fifth in almost 100 years and you'll be in charge of not just 12 bedrooms and 3.5 baths but also 52 total windows. It might be more of an estate now but that goal of being a respite from the rest of the world still holds up, even if the world has encroached around the 16,400 square-foot lot.