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Foxglove Guesthouse
117 18th Ave East
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: +1--2063284173
Cellular: +1--2064784347

John Fox & Daniel Handshue


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The gracious front stairs feature lovely paneling and newels. The bottom steps are rounded and ebonized in clear fir.
the hall tree is an American Aesthetic movement piece from the 1880's. It is truly one of a kind.Wonderful original details abound throughout the house. The massive brick gas fireplace, box beam ceilings, double ribbon inlaid hardwood floors with intricate corners. Pocket doors close off the dining room. All of the woodwork was never painted and is in amazingly good condition.
Looking into the living room/entry hallLooking into the dining room which features linen covered walls with batten strips topped with a plate rail.
A Bradbury and Bradbury frieze completes the room.
An artsy shot of Room #1 which features an amazing American Victorian bedroom set and a bright, sunny bathroom with shower.Bedroom of room #2 gets wonderful East light.
Sitting room in room #2 has a wonderful chaise and a beautiful antique desk.Room #3 features a wonderful American Renaissance Revival bed in black walnut.
A large window overlooks the lush garden.
This handsome house was built in 1905 for Mr. Charles William Young and his family in a style known as the Classic Seattle Box.