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Seattle, Washington. 1925.  This Mediterranean style, brick bungalow was built with bootleg gin profits by a crooked, Seattle judge as a reward for a local police lieutenant who helped him supply speakeasies during Prohibition.  Even the judge must have felt it was ironic that he was later arrested, caught smuggling the illegal hooch by a photographer from the bungalow's living room window!  The house was still remarkably intact when the current owners bought it in 1981 and they had to make only minor, cosmetic repairs.