Monthly Archives: February 2012

Real Estate Market Statistics for Seattle’s Broadmoor Neighborhood (98112)

Market Statistics provided for Broadmoor are current as of this post date.

Properties SOLD in the last 180 days:

1651 Windermere Drive East. 5Bed 3.25Bath. SqFt 3,070. Lot 7,021 SOLD $800,500 *Bankrupcy Sale*

1554 Parkside Drive East. 4 bed 3.25 Bath. 3,820 SqFt. Lot 8,624 SOLD $905,000  *Estate Sale*

1201 Shenandoah Drive East. 2 bed 2.5 Bath. 2,780 SqFt. Lot 8049 SOLD $1,214,150

3418 East St Andrews Way. 4 Bed 3.5 Bath. 3,930 SqFt. Lot 7,741 SOLD $1,350,000

1414 Shenandoah Drive East. 5 Bed 3.25 Bath. 4,900 SqFt. Lot 10,000 SOLD $2,045,000

1818 Broadmoor Drive East. 5 Bed 3.5 Bath. 5,460 SqFt. Lot 10,760 SOLD $2,070,000

Average SqFt. of homes SOLD 4,236                                                                                 Average Price Per SqFt. $327.53                                                                                                      Average Days On Market 143                                                                                                    High $2,070,000     Low $800,500      Median $1,282,075                                                  Sales Price To Listing Price 86.55%

Number of Homes Currently FOR SALE: 12

Average SqFt. 5,357 Average                                                                                                    Price Per SqFt. $491.98                                                                                                           Average Days On Market 312                                                                                                      High $7,950,000     Low $895,000     Median $2,072,500

Number Of Homes Currently PENDING: 1

For further information or more specific details regarding the data provided, please contact Vincent Mullally @ vmullally@ewingandclark.com

 

Seattle Police Officer Assaulted in Broadmoor

PoliceA Seattle Police Officer was assaulted in Broadmoor on Friday night by a trespasser who refused to stop for the security guards at the front gate.  Shortly before 10:30 a man in his mid-20’s enter Broadmoor by foot.  When he would not stop for the front gate guards, the Seattle Police were contacted while a guard followed the man so not to lose track of him.  When the police officer found them, she approached the trespasser.  The trespasser responded by taking a swing at the police officer.  She was able to block the blow, but in the ensuing struggle the man tried to grab the officer’s gun and it took both the Broadmoor guard and the police officer to get the trespasser’s hands from the gun.  Other police officers were soon on the scene and took the man into custody.  The police officer sustain only minor injuries during the struggle.

It was determined that the man was mentally ill and was not taking his medication.