According to a recent Seattle Times article, embattled pastor Mark Driscoll is staging a comeback after the demise of his Mars Hill Church organization last year. If he is, he's still making a clean break with the past, in business and real estate. In the Times article, they note that "late last week, a Swiss-chalet inspired, Snohomish County estate recently owned by a trust controlled by Driscoll and his wife — now belonging to a different trust registered to a woman believed to be the pastor's sister — was put on the market for $1.6 million." That would be this Woodway four-bedroom, which last sold in 2012 for $1,055,888. The interior is a hodgepodge of styles, with exposed wood and brick features mingling, and there is something church-like about some of the windows and arch design. Driscoll also sold his Montlake home for $685K in December and saw his old churches sell as well, so it truly is new beginnings for him and all the places he once called home.