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An Historic Henry Bittman Home is Looking For New Life in Seattle

Architect Henry Bittman's legacy is intertwined with Seattle's. The Decatur Building. The Mann Building. King County Courthouse #3. Many of the the architect and engineer's creations still stand and mark the early growth of the city and its surrounding areas. Bittman built this house in the city's Wallingford area around 1916 for himself and his wife Jessie and the Tudor Revival has somehow survived as the neighborhood, and city, grew up around it. That's not to say there isn't work to do (the $1.8M price tag is just the beginning) for anyone who wants to try and restore the potential landmark.

More interiors shots, and the lovely Tudor exteriors, over at Curbed Seattle. >>