Little Red House Along The Creek

Small house built in the 40's in Kirkland, Washington.

920 points

The little red house is situated almost in downtown Kirkland, which used to be connected to Seattle via ferry across Lake Washington. I looked up the property info, and the house was built in 1945 and is 300 SF. The setting is storybook, with a creek running through grass and trees. It’s probably only a matter of time before the lot is scraped and new structures are crammed in (Kirkland is a higher income suburb of Seattle now). Maybe the creek will save it?

Photos by Ingrid Jennings

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  1. Oh! What an adorably small cute thing that house is! And on such a charming little plot too. 1945… Wow. If only I lived on the same coast and wasn’t a doubly starting artist/college student I would buy this place up and set up shop there. *sigh* I hope all goes well with this place.

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