Seattle Based Real Estate Firm Is Selected To Represent Historic Admiral’s House For Private Sale

Cooper Jacobs Real Estate Selected to Represent Seattle Icon The Admiral's House through the brokerage's Platinum Properties Division. The City of Seattle Landmark will be listed for private sale this week for $3,200,000.
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Dec. 5, 2012 - PRLog -- Cooper Jacobs Real Estate’s Platinum Properties Division in Seattle, Washington was selected over competing Seattle brokerages to represent the historic Admiral’s House above Smith Cove in Magnolia.  Realtors® Staci Baldwin and Courtney Cooper of Cooper Jacobs Real Estate are listing the property this week for $3,200,000 and you can see more pictures at  Cooper Jacobs Real Estate is located at 3645C Wallingford Ave N in Seattle.

The distinctive Admiral’s House is a stunning combination of notable architecture, remarkable history, and unparalleled location. Situated on 3.89 acres above Smith Cove, this unique 7316 square foot, eight bedroom residence takes in unobstructed Southwest views of Downtown Seattle and the Puget Sound as no other home in Seattle can. This premier three story gated estate has enjoyed an extensive and refined history as housing for the Admirals of the Navy since World War II.  Many highly esteemed government officials and foreign dignitaries have frequented it and cemented its historical significance. Quarters A, as it was called by the Navy, is designated as a City of Seattle landmark and nominated for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

For more information about The Admiral’s House ( or Cooper Jacobs Platinum Property Division for Seattle luxury homes ( contact Courtney Cooper at 206-850-8841 or
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