You can't miss an Ellsworth Storey home. They're often big and imposing but also classically-impressive with a style that still stands out. That can be said of the 5-BR at 1415 Shenandoah Dr E which designed in 1926 and recently hit the market asking $2.495M. If this home looks familiar it's probably because it's a model for many others like it. Deep crowns, mahogany inlaid hardwoods, built-ins & arched doorways maintain the traditional style infused when it was first built. Each bedroom maximizes space at the corners of the house and the 3.25 bathrooms are a nice mix of vintage and remodeled materials. Looks like the attic remains unfinished after all these years, which gives the buyer an opportunity to integrate themselves into the home. Storey was one of Seattle's originators of Realism, a style that integrated local materials with design. He was an architectural locavore. That makes this a Seattle classic in more ways than one.