A Look at Five Historic Neighborhoods in Seattle

View from Mount Baker ridge, looking northwest toward Smith Tower. The Olympic Mountains are in the background. Photo: Larry Kreisman

Seattle is known for its neighborhoods. Check out this article by Larry Kreisman in Old House Journal about some of his favorite streetcar neighborhoods and the historic architecture in these communities. It’s a good read for locals and visitors alike.

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