Landmark James A. Gibbs House Reduced to $8.5M in Seattle (PHOTOS)

Landmark James A. Gibbs House Reduced to $8.5M in Seattle

$8,500,000 | Built c.1931 | 6,823 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 5 Baths | 0.43 Acres
1000 Warren Avenue N, Seattle, Washington, United States, 98109

A meticulously restored 1930s jewel on Queen Anne’s desirable South Slope showcasing iconic views of the Seattle skyline & Elliott Bay has been reduced to $8.5 million. The landmark James A. Gibbs House was built for James A., President of Gibbs & Hudson Inc. Securities, and wife, Vera Gibbs. Perched above the City & Bay on a light filled 0.43 acre property, this true in-city compound features mature, manicured grounds, terraced gardens, a gated entry & courtyard, elevated pool deck with pool house, outdoor kitchen & fireplace, sport court & two extra large 2 car garages. The interior of the 6,823 square foot house was extensively remodelled and the exterior was restored in 2003. The house is believed to be modelled after the Albert Rhodes house located at 1901 10th Avenue E. on Capitol Hill. The James A. Gibbs House is on the market for $8.5 million with Patrick Chinn of Windermere Real Estate.

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