Alyssa and Clinton Seal are pictured in the living room of their craftsman home in Everett. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Alyssa and Clinton Seal are pictured in the living room of their craftsman home in Everett. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

A 1918 Craftsman bungalow in north Everett is reborn

When renovating their 100-year-old home, Clinton and Alyssa Seal uncovered history of the first owner.

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