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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Södergren Studio House Sold

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Listed for: $2.395M
Received: $2.295M
Size: 3-BR, 3-bath, 3,610 sf.
Location: 3332 E Ford Place, Washington Park
The Skinny: Perched atop a quiet street in the heart of Washington Park you'll find this stylish and artistic "tree-house." On and off the market a few times since mid-2014, it's also seen it's fair share of price chops along the way. The new owners are sure to enjoy that Nana door to the backyard.


Listed for: $1.7M
Received: $1.725M
Size: 3-BR, 3.5-bath, 3,609 sf.
Location: 9752 Lake Shore Blvd NE, Matthews Beach
The Skinny: Conceived as a house and as a studio workshop, The Södergren Studio House was a collaboration between two people whose work has shaped the aesthetic trend known as Pacific Northwest Regionalism: studio furniture maker Evert Sodergren and architect Ralph Anderson. Originally a tiny beach cabin, the duo expanded the living space in 1972 to almost 3,700 square-feet, not including the garage and shop. No surprise it got slightly more than asking price.


Listed for: $1.595M
Received: $1.565M
Size: 5-BR, 3-bath, 4,380 sf.
Location: 1226 McGilvra Blvd E, Washington Park
The Skinny: There always seems to be at least one McGilvra Blvd house on this list. This Palm Springs-style gem was on the market for the first time in 30 years and offers 4,300 square feet of living. It took a few months to find the right buyer but perhaps they just needed to find someone to take it for the next thirty years.