AKA: 270 Dorffel Drive East House, Denny Blaine, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Storey, Ellsworth P., Architect (firm); Ellsworth Prime Storey (architect)

Dates: constructed 1904-1905

270 Dorffel Drive East
Denny Blaine, Seattle, WA 98112

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Architect's own house; Seattle architect Ellsworth P. Storey (1879-1960), lived in the house at 260 Dorffel Drive East for many years; his parents, Henry C. and Lavinia Northway Storey retired to live in the house at 270 Dorffel Drive. By 1930, the 270 Dorffel Drive House had been rented (for $85 per month) to Alfred F. Woolsey (born c. 1889 in OR), a bond salesman, and his wife, two children and a servant. Lavinia lived with Ellsworth at 260. In 1942, Ellsworth Storey and his wife lived at the 270 Dorffel Drive address. In 2012, Seattle Met magazine voted the houses at 260 Dorffel Drive East and 270 Dorffel Drive East as collectively one of the city's "10 Greatest Homes."

PCAD id: 5259