Seattle’s Gaslight Inn is more than just a house for sale for many folks — it is, in fact, more than just a conveniently located bed and breakfast, something it’s been known as for decades. No, the Gaslight Inn — now being listed for $3.5 million — has a much longer history. The house itself dates back to the early 1900s, when the grand house was first built by Paul Singerman, a business owner and philanthropist in the budding Seattle scene, according to listing agent John Fox. By the 1920s, the building had become a rooming house, and in 1983, Stephen Bennett bought the home and worked to restore it to its original grandeur. Over the years, he accomplished much: The home now boasts bold colors and dark woods, stained and beveled glass windows, and stunning tile work. It’s the sort of touches that Fox says would be taken away or played down for a normal sale, but make up all that the Gaslight is. “It’s the originality of the house is really, what sets it apart,” Fox said. “The Gaslight is all dark woodwork and period colors; most houses you see an agent say, ‘We want everything painted white, beige,’ and br...