Your question seems to have two parts: the house electric bill and the pool electric bill.
Be aware that your water bill for the pool, plus the chemicals, will run much higher than the electric to drive the pump. If you have an electric heater or an electric cooling mechanism for the pool water, that can be extremely costly to run.
A 3200-sf house needs energy input to warm it according to the degree-days of heating, the insulation in the walls etc, and the set temperature. Similarly, the cooling energy will be based on the thermostat, the efficiency of the A/C, and the degree-days.
These 6 variables do make it hard to estimate what the energy consumption would be. BUT, even if we could come up with estimate, the price people pay for electricity varies all over the map. A quick trip to http://www.PowerToChoose.org
will open your eyes to the fact that well-known electric retail providers offer rates from as little as 8 cents/kW-hr to over 16 cents. This means your bill might be higher even though your usage is lower, and vice versa, your bill might be lower than your neighbor who uses a lot more electricity.
Just so you know from my personal experience with my own pool, the pump added about $35 per month to the electric bill. The water bill added 5 times that to my cost. And the chemicals 3 times that.