Purchased as a 1940’s two-unit building of 2,756 square feet for $1,740,000 in April 2010; torn down to the studs, expanded to 4,180 square feet and returned to the market this past October following a multi-million dollar rebuild and redesign by the Green Couch team (think custom milled crown molding, thick cut marble, and designer finishes throughout).
The sale of 2250 Washington closed escrow earlier this month with a reported contract price of $4,995,000. And no, the buyers aren’t from China (nor Europe), but they do fly a foreign flag. And as such, perhaps a turkey won’t be roasting in that kitchen tomorrow.
Regardless, here’s to hoping your pantry is plentiful and your table is overflowing with family and friends. Safe travels if you are. We’ll see you next week.
∙ 2250 Washington: Design [greencouch.com] | Listing [teedhaze.com]
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