Aberdeen Mansion

April 03, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

For a photographic tour of the beautiful Aberdeen Mansion, scroll down to see several of the rooms throughout the home.  To see the full feature in Washington Coast Magazine be sure to pick up your copy of the Spring issue at news stands before the next issue comes out in Summer 2016.

Photography: Julie Rajcich

Feature story: Washington Coast Magazine & The Daily World

 

Below: Home owners Al and Joan Waters. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe owners of the Aberdeen Mansion, Al and Joan Waters.

Below: The formal dining room. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe dining room. Below: The formal dining room looking to the foyer, study, and formal living room. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe dining room. Below: Original storage built-ins in the formal dining room.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThese are original built-ins in the formal dining room.

Below: This used to be a secret button used by the past homeowners to call for the maid during dinner. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe call button underneath the dining room table which was originally used by the home owner to call for the maid during dinner. Below: The study nook.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe study nook.

Below: The formal living room. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe formal living room. Below: This sitting room used to be the casual dining room where breakfast and lunch was served.  Dinner was only served in the formal dining room.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThis used to be the casual dining room where the family would sit for breakfast and lunch. The formal dining room was used for dinner only.

Below: The foyer.  The door on the left leads to the formal dining room. The door on the right leads to the casual dining room which is now used as a sitting/gathering room. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe foyer.

Below: The foyer looking to the side entry and the original staircase leading to the second floor. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe foyer looking to the side entry and stairway to the second floor.

Below: The original staircase complete with intricate details.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe original staircase complete with intricate details.

Below: The built in window seat located on the stair landing.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionA built-in window seat on the landing before reaching the second floor.

Below: Looking from the built in window seat to the hallway leading to the bedrooms. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionA view from the window seat on the landing looking to the hallway leading to the bedrooms.

Below: A small siting area in one of the guest rooms.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionA small sitting area in one of the guest bedrooms.

Below: Guest room. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionGuest room. Below: Guest room. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionGuest room. Below: The hallways outside of the bedrooms.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionThe hallway outside of the bedrooms on the second floor.

Below: The bathroom which still has the original claw foot tub.

Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionBathroom with original claw foot tub.

Below: The master bedroom. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionMaster bedroom. Below: The recreational area complete with pool table and plenty of table space for board games. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionA recreational area on the top floor with a pool table, and plenty of seating for board games. Below: An inviting window seat offering views of Aberdeen. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionAnother inviting window seat offering views of Aberdeen.

Below: Another example of just one of the many details in great condition at The Aberdeen Mansion. Aberdeen MansionAberdeen MansionOne of the many beautiful, original details of the home.


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