An extraordinary home created to emulate Spanish Monterey architecture by original owner, and a fine arts painter, in the early 1930s. The attention-to-detail during construction was very intentional with the distinct look of the roof formation made from the old style of kiln, along with an indestructible paving brick exterior. The recessed living room focuses on the grandiose fireplace, impressive beams & stunning windows w/ carved wood shutters overlooking the UW stadium in distance. Deliberate wall cubbies & wrought iron rails also play a starring role while charming Dutch doors allows for a cool breeze off the Montlake cut. Updated PEX plumbing/high-efficiency furnace provide modern amenities. Coveted location with one-of-a-kind design.