Wash U assistant gynecology prof spends $712K on Clayton 4BD

Dr. Indira U. Mysorekar and her husband, Jason C. Mills, bought a four-bedroom, 3.5 bath at 61 Broadview Dr. in Clayton for $712,000 from Linda Chambliss on May 6.

Chambliss paid $720,000 for the home in Sept. 2006. The 2,592 square foot house was built in 1933.

Patrick Kelly of Coldwell Banker Gundaker real estate was the agent the sale. The home was listed for $764,900 when it appeared on the market in October.

Dr. Mysorekar is an assistant professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Washington University School of Medicine. Her current research interests include studies of chronic and recurrent urinary tract infections, mechanisms of urinary bladder development and homeostasis and bladder cancer.

She received her bachelor's and master's in molecular biology from the University of Lund in Sweden and a Ph.D. in developmental biology from Washington University.

Home sales in Clayton have increased 5.6 percent thus far in 2008. The median sale price, however, has dropped from $511,000 in 2007 to $376,000 so far this year.

Address: 61 Broadview Drive
Buyer(s): Jason C Mills (and wife)
Seller(s): Linda Chambliss
Sale date: May. 6, 2008