When you're selling a home design by Carl Gould, you've got something special. When you're selling a home remodeled by Arthur Loveless, that's special too. If you're saying your home was designed by Gould and then remodeled by Loveless, well, that's worthy of a $1.295M asking price. UW architecture program founder Carl Gould designed this 6-bedroom, 3 bath Mount Baker home in 1914 and Pacific Northwest architectural notable Arthur Loveless came along and redesigned the place in 1931. What you get is a stately 5,230 square-foot Colonial with big windows, multiple built-ins, patterned oak & fir flooring and period details worth preserving. It looks like it's in need of some TLC but with it's pedigree, the 13,390 lot it sits on and the Lake Washington view, it'll be worth the price for someone. And if that person wants to keep the architectural theme going, maybe they'll hire someone like Tom Kundig for the next remodel.