The 501 W Highland Dr apartment in Seattle, Washington is close to South Lake Union, Park Aboretum and the University of Washington. This apartment includes scheduled housekeeping, new kitchen cabinets, and quartz countertops. The apartment also comes with a bike rack, off-street parking, and a transit score of 59. This is an ideal apartment for those who want to live near the city center without having to commute for hours to work.
Although the fire is still under investigation, it is believed to have been caused by human error. The Seattle Fire Department says two people were inside the home when the fire broke out. Both were able to escape the fire safely. The fire also engulfed the attic and second floors. The neighborhood was evacuated by firefighters on Tuesday. However, roads may remain closed while the investigation is ongoing. Several fire companies and emergency workers were dispatched to the scene. Some crews are still on the scene to monitor hot spots.
The Seattle Historic Resources Survey surveyed this home in 2003. Mimi Sheridan, a consultant from the Queen Anne Historical Society, surveyed the home with the help of several volunteers. A 2003 photo of the house was also included in the survey. The Queen Anne Historical Society added a second story to the flat-roofed garage.