Washington Park Geoff Prentiss Remodel

3332 E Ford Place is a pricey modern re-model in Washington Park. Built in 1990 it was remodeled in 2007 by Seattle architect Geoff Prentiss.

4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3,602 square feet. 5,237 square foot lot. Sold in 1994 for $793k and in 2002 for $1.595m. Now listed at $2.595m.

We find the fireplace, staircase railing, builtins and some bathrooms a little too traditional though.

We’re going to go out on a limb and say this one is overpriced.

3332 E Ford Pl - Exterior

3332 E Ford Pl - Living Room

3332 E Ford Pl - Kitchen

3332 E Ford Pl - Kitchen 2

3332 E Ford Pl - Back deck

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  • ninaf

    Wow, the price seems really high. It’ll be interesting to see what it sells for.

  • Steven Lazen

    What was remodeled was very well done. With that said, looks like the upper floor was not touched, and over 720 dollars per square foot is insane. I can already picture the owner insisting this is a one-of-a-kind home that is incomparable to anything on the market and the real estate agent groaning internally about the future conversation in which the inevitable price-drop will be discussed. It will sell for just under $2mil. after it has been taken off the market for 4 months and re-listed.

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Let the guessing begin on what the final price will be and how many days it will take!

  • Steven Lazen

    I’m game: 1.95mil. and that is being generous (just under 550/sf). For 2.5mil I’d buy the sweet Roland Terry house in the area: http://www.estately.com/listings/info/1101-mcgilvra-blvd-e–3
    Which is 400/sf!

  • Steven Snider

    That’s a really fantastic area of Madison Park, I’m guessing $2.2. I continue to be blow away with what things are selling for. Just last week there was a new construction house listed down there for $1,768,000, which I never thought it would sell for, two buyers got in a bidding war and it sold for significantly more.

  • phil

    Prices like these should motivate a few older folks to sell. I’ve met several Sr citizens recently who own multiple houses; one in Seattle and the other/s elsewhere. They don’t spend much time in more than one and the Seattle one is usually the least used.