In the late 1800s, James Stephen was appointed the official architect of Seattle Schools. His elegant designs changed the aesthetic of education across the city. West Queen Anne School is an example of his work, and in 1984, nearly 90 years later, the classrooms were converted into private residences. This adaptive reuse not only preserved the historical exterior of the building but also many internal features. High ceilings and large windows became the hallmark of the homes, along with the stately park-like grounds at the top of Queen Anne. Unit 314 benefits from these details, the dramatic design and views highlighted in a recent full renovation. Fully unique, this is the first opportunity in nearly 32 years to own this stunning home.