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Ann Starrett House

744 Clay Street, Port Townsend, , 98368 , Property Website Dated Posted: September 6, 2014

$750,000

Richard Hild

John L. Scott

richardhi@johnlscott.com

o: (360) 379-4559

m: (360) 531-1889

Circa 1889

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About This Old House

This beautiful Victorian is the gem of Port Townsend, a wonderful Victorian era seaport located in the Pacific Northwest. The home overlooks the city & bay of Port Townsend. The mansion was built in 1889 by George E. Starrett for his beloved wife Ann. The house is named the Ann Starrett House; also known as The House of the Four Seasons because of the George Chapman hand painted frescoes of the four seasons on the ceiling of the 3 story tower.

It has been a B&B and Boutique Hotel but is currently being sold as a home. A mysterious three tiered spiral staircase rises up from the gracious formal entry to a 70 foot tower. At the dome of the tower is the glorified solar calendar. Frescoes of angelic maidens painted in Ann’s image will enchant you.

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