College Inn

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This inn, originally built in 1909, boasts a haunted pub. A musical male ghost has been seen there, and it’s said that he also may be heard playing the piano when no one else is in the room.

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4000 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
United States

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47.6554843, -122.31296370000001
King County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Seattle, WA (3.5 mi.)
Hunts Point, WA (3.9 mi.)
Yarrow Point, WA (4.5 mi.)
Medina, WA (4.6 mi.)
Clyde Hill, WA (4.7 mi.)
Kirkland, WA (5.2 mi.)
Inglewood-Finn Hill, WA (5.9 mi.)
Bellevue, WA (6.1 mi.)
Shoreline, WA (7.0 mi.)
Lake Forest Park, WA (7.2 mi.)

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