Say what you will of his many faults, but Frasier Crane, from Frasier, knew just what he was doing when he bought a place in Seattle's Elliott Bay Towers. The luxurious three-bedroom, two-bath spread with killer views of the Space Needle is without question one of the finest fictional bachelor pads ever conjured up. 

Even though it hasn't changed in over 20 years, it's as fetching as ever. Where better to spend your Tuesday? 

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The wide open common living and dining area very much suits the space, soaking the sophisticated decor with refreshing sunlight. Let's be real though, Seattle doesn't get that much sun.

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The view is just as stunning at night, even in a torrential downpour.

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From the balcony there's an unobstructed view of the Space Needle, Kerry Park, and a wide swath of the metropolitan area. Not too shabby.

(Editor's Note: there is no actual building in Seattle that has the view from Frasier's residence. The backdrop is most likely from a photo that was taken from a cliff ledge in Kerry Park. Sorry.)

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Considering its location, there's no way Frasier didn't drop a mint on this place. In fact, a listing for a comparably sized spread in 2014 is on the market for nearly $3,000,000. Psychiatry: it's a lucrative biz!

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The kitchen may seem small, but it's really quite well laid out to prepare whatever fancy munchies and wine you're in the mood for. 

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There is no such thing as a bad bedroom, since each one gets its own sick view. Eddie knows what's up.

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There is such thing as a better bathroom, though. The palatial master bath, which comes complete with sauna and a whirlpool, can take off the stress of a rough day right quick. 

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Again, Eddie just gets it. 


Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor, and enjoys both tossed salad and scrambled eggs.

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