Pricespotter: How much for this West Seattle Craftsman with character?

Gorgeous wallpaper, luxurious touches, and a wood-fire brick oven all found here

PriceSpotter is Curbed’s asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from a real estate listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. Tomorrow we reveal the answer. And hey, no cheating!

What Is It?: Three bedroom home in Arbor Heights originally built in 1917 on a 7,980 sf. lot.
Home Square Footage: 2,128
Taxes: $4,251
The Skinny: This place is described as an “Artist’s Craftsman home” and has been extensively remodeled as it’s coming up on it’s 100-year anniversary. Some really beautiful touches throughout, including that wallpaper in the living room, a cozy study/reading room, shoji doors that separate the bedroom and outdoors, and a backyard patio made for  get-togethers and meals. That’s a wood-fire brick oven out back as well. There’s a mixture of luxury and comfortable artistry at place here, making it a unique home in West Seattle.

So, knowing all of this, how much do you think they’re asking for it?

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