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Pricespotter: How much for this 1927 Spanish-style Cedar Park home?

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This William J. Bain-designed work is on the market but it's up to you to tell us how much they want for it

PriceSpotter is Curbed's asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from a real estate listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. Tomorrow we reveal the answer. And hey, no cheating!

What Is It?: Three-bedroom, 2.25-bath home in Cedar Park designed by William J. Bain
Home Square Footage: 3,190
Taxes: $9,172
The Skinny: Originally built in 1927, this Spanish-influenced home was designed by noted Seattle architect William J. Bain. Located on a near-acre lot, this place was built to be both a family sanctuary as well as an entertainer's home. Huge rooms with hardwood floors and period millwork are separated by French doors and other timely features. Things have obviously seen renovations but we appreciate that some of the original tilework remains, especially around the stairs. Out back you'll find lush grounds and a garden that's in great shape.

So, knowing all of this, how much do you think they're asking for it?