Last week’s biggest sales: William J. Bain Tudor takes $3.48M

A classic Seattle home from a classic Seattle architect takes home last week’s top prize

Listed for: $3.88M
Received: $3.475M
Size: 5-BR, 3.5-bath, 5,460 sf.
Location1818 Broadmoor Dr E, Madison Park
The Skinny: We
profiled this place in our Pricespotter game back when it listed for $3.88M. The 1929 Tudor was built by noted architect William J. Bain. It’s full of wonderful features including high ceilings, a paneled library with built-in bookshelves, sunken living room with fireplace and a private dining room behind double mahogany paneled doors. The pool’s not too shabby either.

Listed for: $2.69M
Received: $2.57M
Size: 5-BR, 4.25-bath, 4,843 sf.
Location10922 SE 24th Place, Bellevue
The Skinny: Nantucket on the Eastside thanks to MN Custom Homes as well as interiors by Timeless Grace Interiors by Carrie. Features a grand entry, chef’s kitchen, master suite with spa bath, and cool outdoor living room on the back patio.

Listed for: $2.65M
Received: $2.53M
Size: 4-BR, 3-bath, 3,745 sf.
Location5142 NE 41st St, Laurelhurst
The SkinnyAnother new home on the list, this one by Thomas Group LLC. Some craftsman details are mixed with painted millwork, crown molding, box beam ceilings and stylish built-ins. Kitchen features Thermador appliances and classic Calacatta Marble. This one took all of six days to go pending before it sold.

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