AKA: Carlson, Edward E., House, Seattle, WA
Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses
Dates: constructed 1965
1 story, total floor area: 3,060 sq. ft.
Edward "Eddie" Carlson (1911-1990), a prominent and charismatic Seattle businessman, lived in this house c. 1970. In the 1950s, Carlson stood out as a dynamic civic leader, taking the lead in the mid-to-late 1950s in organizing what became the Century 21 Exhibit, the Seattle World's Fair. A later owner was Jerome Alhadeff, a well-known Seattle businessman, who purchased the residence in 1997 and sold it the following year.
In 2011, this dwelling had two bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 three-quarter bath and on half bath. Land and buildings had a taxable value of $1,726,000 at that time.