Shields of red & white can be seen on the round stained glass windows as passes through the gates of the Bacon Mansion . Built in 1909 on Seattle's Capitol Hill, this classical Edwardian style Tudor, shows not only the trademark family crest but a fine preservation of original woods, 3000 crystal chandelier, marble fireplace and a treasured library . the main guest house , 8,000 sq ft, of living space is divided between 4 levels . A spacious outside patio leads to the historic Carriage House . Besides a delicious breakfast, catered lunches, dinners and receptions are also available . Just a short distance from the Capitol Hill and downtown Seattle commercial districts, you will be sure to enjoy shopping and access to Seattle's many attractions .
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