Here is the house on Eagle Harbor Dr. that we are considering right now. Just need a little nudge to get the ball rollling. Nudge! Nudge!!! :)

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The house from the bottom of the front yard The left side of the front yard Right side of front yard, those hedges on the right block the neighbors' yard.
This is the front from the driveway, balcony off the living room. The overgrown steps up to the double front door. Inside the entry way, up towards the main living space.
Looking back at the entry stairs and out to the balcony off the living room More balcony and living room The fire place on the right wall of the LR
This is the dining room, attached to the LR This is the view out the LR windows and off the balcony. Zoomed in - Magnolia in Seattle and on a clear day, the Cascades are in the distance, including one snowy peak. Glacier Peak?
This view of the kitchen from the kitchenette nook shows the dropped ceiling. A closer look at the kitchen Down the hall to the - On the right bathroom and master. 2 bedrooms on the left (backside of the house)
This is the first bath in the hallway. Obviously was the kids bath. :) Needs work right away! :) The Master Bedroom. Actually bigger than this picture makes it appear. The master bath.
One of the two other bedrooms upstairs. Down to the entry door Down to the basement level.
Immediately to the right at the bottom of the stairs is the garage door. Excuse the mess. It's not ours. :) Nice storage, closet and workbench.
Bedroom downstairs. Other strange room between bedroom and utility room. 6 feet wide, no windows, no door. Whatever. :) The utility room/bathroom. Needs a rearranging of things to be more functional
The fireplace at the end of the long "rec room". The other direction in the long rec room  
Back upstairs, the back yard and deck off the kitchen area.
The backyard to the west, including a great old maple tree and the guest house for visitors. :) From the maple tree, looking past a fire pit and down to the front of the house and driveway. The other direction in the back yard, to the east.
One concern is the proximity of this neighbor. He's a good guy, but his house isn't in great repair. The front/white house is original to the property, about 1915-ish. The brown part added later 60's-70's? Overall, I don't think it's a deal stopper, but something to be aware of and to think about.