Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood is known for its hip bars and restaurants, but it’s also home to a historic mansion district and a block known as Millionaires Row, named for the wealthy citizens who built homes there in the early 1900s. This neoclassical home, built in 1905, is technically one street east of Millionaires Row, but it fits right in with the area’s architectural gems.
The previous owners of the property made a sound investment when they bought it for $1,775,000 in May 2020. The spacious home was in major need of an overhaul, so they got to work on a dramatic interior renovation. Less than a year later (in March 2022), they sold the 5,500-square-foot home for $3.35 million—almost double what they paid.