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    Art Deco Studio

    Seventeenth Avenue between Union and Spring is a street lined with historic apartment buildings from the roaring twenties, a very charming row of Seattle history. If you like vintage real estate that retains its original character, check out…

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    Shingled Cottage, Totally Zen

    Sometimes, less really is more, isn’t it? Especially in our overwrought and booming, busy city. This shingled cottage in the Arboretum proves the point perfectly. A refuge, a sanctuary, a simple place to call…

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    A Mount Baker Romance

    If you lived here, your life is sure to be more romantic, like living in a fairy tale. This pretty, sweet-talking Tudor sits up above a tree-lined street in Mount Baker, offering an amazingly…

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    Splendid Split

    Mid-century homes made a big comeback a while ago, so it’s only right that this split-level join their ranks. Its appeal is undeniable with an open concept floor plan, vaulted ceilings, and picture windows that…

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    Concrete and Steel

    Downtown living can be sweet in the right location. Chose this one! The Concord condominium rises above a surprisingly quiet and leafy spot in Belltown where not only can you walk to work, but…

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    Tudor Revival

    When I first started my real estate practice and throughout the early 1990’s, I sometimes sold homes still owned by the original owners, owners who had lived in one place for forty or fifty…

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    Walls of Glass in the Downtown Sky

    I wouldn’t mind waking up to this. Living downtown. Such a sophisticated pleasure. At 5th and Madison the across-the-street neighbor is our iconic Koolhaas public library, with the 5th Avenue Theater down the block. Find…