Usually when you're talking about historically-significant builder and contractor Fred Anhalt, you're talking about his iconic apartment buildings with their turrets, stained-glass windows and spiral staircases. But the honorary member of the American Institute of Architects and his company also built many bungalow-style houses around Seattle and one of them just hit the market. Built in 1938 for Mr. & Mrs. Harold Heathman, the 2-BR home at 3532 45th Ave NE in Laurelhurst just listed for $750K. Tucked behind the landscaping and trees, the 1,540 square-foot residence has some classic features, including a stained-glass window, built-ins, old fireplace and skylights. It will need some updating, but the right kind can keep the appeal of the original home while bringing it into modern living. Out back, the detached garage harkens back to Seattle's old ways while the grounds is primed for building a garden. Anhalt stopped building homes in 1942 so this is your chance to get one of the final ones the Seattle building icon created.