The small brick historic building at 2116 NW Vernon Place is up for sale.
Stimson Lumber built the Paymaster Building in 1911, using it primarily as an office and payroll pick-up location, according to the Seattle DJC.
According to the real estate listing, the property is valued at $4.2 million.
The building includes 3,769 square feet of interior office space, a 720 square foot detached garage, and 13 parking spots. The building itself has a copper roof, a spiral staircase, and a repurposed antique safe, according to the listing.
The building is not part of the Ballard Avenue Landmark District, which means it could be demolished to make way for something else.