A legendary house worth worldwide attention.

Edith famously refused to sell this tiny house to a development that now surrounds it and is known to be a folk hero & icon of resistance. She wanted to die in the home where her mother had died - & on Father's Day at the age of 86, she died on the same orange couch her mother did.

It was fun to visit this famous house in the USA. Still standing(barely), but crammed amid a magnificent business district with retail shops, grocery shops, and restaurants.

We parked our car in no time. It is a tiny cottage where balloons were hanging along the boundaries. A few trees block the house, but you can still walk right up to it and take a photo or two.

If you are interested in history and stories, be sure to stop by to see the house next time you are in Seattle.

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