The first official sale at the Homes at Fort Lawton has closed and the Seattle Times announced the momentous occasion! The 1,994 square foot brick home sold for over the asking price, at $1.05 million.
Just as unique as the homes themselves are, so too is the first buyer, Ken Bryan. Represented by Realogics Sotheby's International Realty's own Aaron Freeman, Bryan himself has an affinity for historic and iconic homes; he has never owned a home built after 1935. Currently residing in an Edwardian townhome built in 1910 in Cambridge, England, Bryan was immediately drawn to the historic value of the homes. Plus its location adds to the uniqueness: "You get the 534-acre park for free," Bryan said.