Peek Inside a Seattle Capitol Hill Mansion with Its Own Bank Vault
This Seattle Mansion Worth $16,000,000 Has Its Own Bank Vault
We have found a Seattle mansion that looks so opulent even Uncle Scrooge McDuck would probably love to live in it. The manor has its own bank vault and everything! Can’t you just picture yourself living in this Seattle mansion? What a dream that would be!
The mansion is located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle and has unbelievable views of the pristine Lake Union, Saint Marks Cathedral, and some mountains, too.
Look at this incredible view of the millions-of-dollars mansion, as seen on the Mansion Global website! It could easily fill in as a movie set location, don’t you think?
HOW OLD IS THIS SEATTLE MANSION?
It is currently privately owned and off the real estate market. The mansion was built in 1910 and is listed as a historical site. I wonder if the phrase, “What in the Sam Hill?!” is about the builder of this house? Legend has it that railroad superstar had the mansion built for a member of the Belgian royal family. Wealthy Seattle patrons purchased the home and lived in it until their passing.
HOW MANY BATHROOMS DO YOU THINK THIS SEATTLE MANSION HAS?
The Seattle mansion has five bedrooms and nine, count ‘em, NINE, bathrooms. Six of those bathrooms are full bathrooms. The front gate is one of those old-timey iron gates from the early 1900s.
DOES THE MANSION HAVE A POOL?
If you love infinity pools, this mansion has one of those, as well as a gas-powered fire pit on the patio.
THIS SEATTLE MANSION HAS INTERGALACTIC VIEWS
Because this mansion sits on a high point on the street, window views in this home aren’t blocked by other houses or trees. This means if you lived here you could set up a telescope and go to town searching the galaxy for shooting stars and planetary sightings.
IT’S GIVING MODERN!
The inside of the mansion has been renovated and has a futuristic feel. If I lived here, I would park myself in front of one of the mansion’s fireplaces and devour books during those cold and dreary Seattle rainy and snowy nights. I hope the current owners are doing living my best dream life as I write this, namely, just lounging around with quick dips in the pool and reading steamy romance novels by the fireplace!
CAN I TOUR THE MANSION SINCE IT IS A HISTORIC LANDMARK?
Dang, we can’t tour the mansion anymore because it is privately owned. Perhaps if it goes on sale in the coming decades you can tour it (and maybe buy it)!
A Peek Inside a Seattle Mansion So Swank, It Has Its Own Bank Vault