The Bulls’ Joakim Noah is already moving on from his Lincoln Park home he recently purchased a year ago.
Just Sold for $2.875 Million
So, now Joakim Noah is saying goodbye to Lincoln Park.
On Monday, he placed his seven-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot mansion on the market for $3.15 million.
Located at 712 W Schubert Avenue, Noah paid a good $2.85 million on July 14, 2014. You can see he’s making something out of selling the home.
Listing agent Emily Sachs Wong of @properties says “It’s a really great house with an attached garage.”
Built in 2009, Noah’s place in Lincoln Park has 7 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, four fireplaces, a spiral staircase, an finished basement and a master bath with a whirlpool, steam shower, double sink and more.
Wong’s also says Noah is looking to live closer to the United Center and the Bulls’ new practice facility.
Makes sense, right?
Check out the place below:
So, who is up to buy this NBA All-stars mansion?
Contact Emily Sachs Wong
Visit the official listing website here.
About Lincoln Park – Choose Chicago:
In Lincoln Park, Chicago’s motto urbs in horto—or “City in a Garden”—truly comes to life. Historic churches and handsome brick row houses nestled within landmark districts sit next to peaceful parks, while quiet, tree-lined residential areas give way to bustling business corridors.
Armitage Avenue is lined with independent boutiques and high-end retailers; Clark Street is packed with casual cafes, ethnic restaurants and sweet shops that spill out onto the sidewalks during warm weather; and Lincoln Avenue buzzes all night with bars and taverns that cater to the young college crowd from the nearby DePaul University campus. In addition to shopping and dining, Lincoln Park is a diverse arts and entertainment destination as well with a plethora of museums, top theaters and live music clubs to pick from.
For scenery, there’s plenty of natural beauty and outdoors to enjoy. This North Side neighborhood’s namesake park is a sprawling 1,208 acres of green space with a free zoo open year-round, a nature museum and conservatory. And when the weather’s right, head over to the lakefront trail and beaches, where sand and surf are set against a backdrop of downtown skyscrapers.