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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Capitol Hill Prosser House Gets $2.25M

Listed for: $3.68M
Received: $3.6M
Size: 3-BR, 2.5-bath, 3,190 sf.
Location: 99 Union St, #1204, Downtown
The Skinny: So that's how much it costs to buy a three-bedroom place in Four Seasons Private Residences. Listed 2012, this place has bided it's time until late 2015 when it finally went pending. Plus it looks like it was listed a few times before that as well, so congrats to the seller for finally closing the door on this sale.

Listed for: $3.289M
Received: $3.298M
Size: 5-BR, 4.75-bath, 5,132 sf.
Location: 3823 94th Ave NE, Yarrow Point
The Skinny: This new luxury farmhouse comes courtesy of BDR Fine Homes and only took about two weeks on the open market for before someone paid slightly-higher than asking price for it.

Listed for: $2.9M
Received: $2.25M
Size: 6-BR, 6.5-bath, 10,160 sf.
Location: 1000 E Garfield St, Capitol Hill
The Skinny: Architecture firm Graham & Myers was started in 1906 by John Graham and David Myers and one of the homes they designed was this 6-BR Tudor Revival located at 1000 E Garfield Street in North Capitol Hill. Originally built for Seattle City Treasurer William Prosser, the home has morphed and changed over the years into apartments and back into a single-family home. Inside, you'll still find stained glass, original hardwood floors, pocket doors, original light fixtures and original fireplaces. Looks like they had to come down some to sell it.