Tacoma native and UW grad Albert Rosellini made history when he became governor of Washington in 1957, becoming the first Italian-American and Catholic governor elected west of the Mississippi River. What you probably know as the 520 Bridge is officially called the Governor Albert D. Rosellini Bridge as he helped shepherd it into existence. Now that you've got your history lesson for the day, know that the reason we bring it up is because Rosellini's former home in Windermere is on the market asking $2.3M. The mid-century house sits on a perched corner lot and offers plenty of views and space for entertaining, as you figure a governor must do. Built in 1950, it certainly still feels like 1950, so keep in mind it's a lot more mid-century than modern. The lower level is it's own separate living quarters and the home includes a three-car garage, so gather up the family cause there's plenty of room for everyone here.