Home of the Week: The Frederick – Historic Home on Fort Lawton’s Officer’s Row

4010 Washington Ave W, Seattle WA
| Updated: November 27, 2018

Sponsored By  


4010 Washington Ave W | Seattle, WA.
6 Bedrooms | 4.5 Bathrooms | Square Feet: 6,278 Interior| 15,623 Lot SF

Located at the center of Seattle’s 534-acre Discovery Park, commanding unparalleled views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, The Frederick's natural beauty and serene atmosphere create an unrivaled living experience. 

Fredrick Mann was an architect and preservationist who consulted in the development of Discovery Park and the preservation of Officer's Row. He is considered the custodian of the site's architectural history and passed away in 2002.

The home originally built in 1904 for military officers has been carefully restored to retain its historic charm and character while introducing all new systems and modern conveniences for today’s family living. 


Learn more about this home



Related Content

Seattle is among the epicenters of the growing passive house movement.

Bold colors and shapes define this Leschi remodel.

Architect, homeowners overcome sizable challenges

Cozy Whidbey Island project is seemingly at one with nature