Once part of the Weyerhaeuser family's summer estate, the original structure that would become this three-bedroom Lakewood residence was designed by renowned architect Alan Liddle in 1973. Liddle is probably best known as the supervising architect for Frank Lloyd Wright's Chauncey Griggs House in Tacoma as well as many designs of his own. When two antiques dealers purchased this place, they expanded and updated in part to showcase the European antiques they imported. Tucked behind gates, the 4,067 square-foot residence boasts a grand central gallery that leads from the formal entry to a dramatic formal living room with twenty foot ceilings, a marble fireplace and access to the patio out back. There's two master suites as well as a junior, each with a full bathroom. On the other side of the house, a gourmet kitchen features a Lacanche seven burner range with a dual fuel double oven. That's steps away from spacious living and dining rooms where you'll no-doubt entertain. You'll have to get your own antiques for people to admire but with an $899K price tag, you might just have some antiquing funds leftover anyway. Turns out this Liddle gets you a lot (we've been waiting the whole time to say that).