Tudor-style castle lists in Magnolia for $2 million

by Liz Economou

If you’ve longed to live in a castle, now might be the time.

Close to downtown Seattle, but off the beaten path in the Magnolia neighborhood, stands a European-inspired home, reminiscent of a Tudor castle. It listed recently by Windermere agent Tamara Dean for $2 million.

Originally built in 1900, the charming abode, located at 1706 Magnolia Way West, received an addition by renowned Seattle architect Ralph Anderson, a modernist and a preservationist.

The 4,290-square-foot home comes with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, exposed beams, and ornate fireplaces. And it sits on a third of an acre, near a greenbelt.

With views of Elliot Bay and the Seattle skyline, the iconic home is an architectural tour de force, marrying the Tudor style with a mid-modern aesthetic — befitting of royalty.

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