Over at Crosscut, Barbara Stenson Spaeth has written a piece about the hidden architectural treasures tucked into the Fremont neighborhood. After participating in the Fremont Historical Societies’ 2009 Historic Survey Project, Barbara offers her thoughts on the history and changing character of one of Seattle’s most unique neighborhoods.
From her opening line:
Fremont is a classic in-between neighborhood in Seattle, full of houses that reflect individual builders slowly adding homes of character over the past century. You just have to wander away from the main streets to find them.
It’s a great read, take a moment to check it out.