One of Seattle’s only turn-of-the-century Mission Style homes, this 1905 landmark home has both history and irreplaceable quality, in construction and materials. Designed for lumber baron John Brace, the home was constructed from old growth timber sourced from Brace’s South Lake Union lumber mill.
The unparalleled craftsmanship and prominent location led to a 1980 designation as a Seattle Historic Landmark and was once the French Consulate. Sited on a double corner lot with an adjacent dead end strt this palatial home boasts grand scale formals for entertaining, views of the city, sound and mountains, a parlor, 6 fireplaces, MIL/nannies quarters and more. Located on the south slope and within easy access to culture, restaurants and shops.