PriceSpotter is Curbed's asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from an apartment listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. And hey, no cheating!
Well, we gave y'all the weekend to mull this one over and it still only attracted one guess. Either it was too difficult to ballpark or we need to think of some ways to incentivize this game. We figured what guesses did come in would err on the low side considering the abhorrent listing photo quality and the generally inexpensive Irving Park neighborhood. And the one good sport who ventured a guess did indeed aim low ($645K), probably thinking it was too high. The actual asking price is $799,500. The decorative four-bed frame home is roughly 140 years old and has great curb appeal and interiors. Bestowed with Irving Park's honorary 'Century House' plaque (there's around 100 homes over 100 years old), this is certainly among the few oldest in the area. Interested? Better get your act together, the seller is also a licensed real estate broker.
·Listing: 3857 N Kedvale Ave. [Tree Realty]
·Guess the Ask on this 140-Year-Old Irving Park Queen Anne [PriceSpotter]