riginally built by a longshoreman in 1923, this house has an amazing history, and stands out in the neighborhood as being one of the most charming and elegantly appointed classic homes around.

The house had been located near the corner of Raymond and California until April 14, 2001, when House to Home rescued it from being demolished due to development, and moved to this location down 45th street. House to Home began by restoring the two smaller Bungalows at the corner of 45th & Graham, which now have proud new owners.

Work began on the Craftsman in 2002, and it has since been given a fresh start as “a brand new house in old house’s clothing.” Articles have appeared in the Seattle Times and the journals of Historic Seattle and the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation about this project.

Located in one of West Seattle’s favorite neighborhoods, the Morgan Junction is minutes from the Fauntleroy ferry terminal, walking distance to the water and Lincoln Park, and three blocks from West Seattle Thriftway, Starbucks, restaurants, the newly renovated Beveridge Place Pub (non-smoking), and the last station on the upcoming Monorail project which was originally scheduled to begin construction in 2005.

Note: The monorail will have fifteen minute service to downtown and 35 minute service to Ballard. Current busses to downtown are about a 25-30 minute ride.