Beautiful 1903 home perched on a hill on the North Slope, built by a Belgian artist, still maintains much of its integrity. The period front door opens to a foyer with a mural painted by the artist depicting an aerial view of the Columbia River & a lovely lead glass window at the landing of the appealing staircase. Grand columns separate the living & dining rooms which have 9' coved ceilings. Rich mahogany wainscoting in the dining area provides a touch of elegance. Tucked up in the attic is a delightful space with spectacular views & a balcony.